£30000 - £33000 per annum, Benefits: 20 days holiday, private healthcare van & fuel card
Mobile Plumber/ Fabric Engineer – NO London £30/33k My Client are a maintenance engineering company based in Stevenage who provide service maintenance and reactive breakdown cover to their customer portfolio. ABOUT THE COMPANY : • 10 employees strong • Reactive M&E side + Water hygiene side • Offices based in Stevenage & Stansted • 8 years in trading • Clients such as : Care Homes, Multi tenanted office spaces, mixed used developments. THE ROLE : You will be working on a mobile basis mainly within Hertfordshire and Essex providing general maintenance, service and reactive on the following : TMV’s, toilets , valves, risers, fixing leaks and general handyman duties such as Door hinges, change a lock , fix a tap, leaks, Mainly cover Hertfordshire and Essex on a mobile basis, with no central London cover. Occasional single site visits in areas further afield, but once a month maximum – 90% is Hertfordshire and Essex. Package : £30/ 32k 9 till 5pm Van & fuel card Weekend Call out rota 1 in 4 - £60 standby and 4 hours minimum when called upon Private healthcare scheme Overtime rates time and half 20 holidays + 8 bank holidays Initial telephone interview to begin with to begin with then face to face interviews week commencing 10th Jan at their Stevenage office.
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