Heating Engineer recruitment agency listing
Heating Engineers are required to perform a number of tasks such as changing boilers, installing central heating systems, and other similar activities. A typical applicant would not require an extensive formal education, as practical skills are the most crucial here, but employers may look for an NVQ in Heating and Ventilation as a minimum level of training.
Recruitment agencies tend to look for applicants who have exhibited a passion for engineering through apprenticeships and work experience - as well as a suitable 'can-do' attitude. Employers will generally demand that staff have all of the required training and certifications in order to ensure that they are familiar with all of the health and safety rules that surround the Engineering Industry. Roles will sometimes be temporary, but most often advertised jobs are for permanent positions.
Person specification and salaries
Vital skills for a Heating Engineer include:
- Technical Engineering ability, and problem solving skills.
- Organisational and communication skills.
- The ability to remain calm and collected in the event of an emergency.
- Awareness of all relevant regulations and safety issues.
- Good team skills.
- Industry Knowledge.
- Literacy and numeracy skills.
A Heating Engineer can expect to earn in the region of £24,000 to £34,000 per annum, with an average salary of around £28,000 PA. Applicants with the right mix of skills, training, and attitude will stand a good chance of employment. There are a currently a significant amount of jobs available in the UK Engineering Sector - and as such, recruitment prospects within this niche are good.
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