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Clarity Heating are looking for Heating Engineers!

We are seeking enthusiastic Gas Safe and/or OFTEC Heating Installers on a sub-contract basis, with the possibility of a full-time position for the right person(s). You will be installing, testing and commissioning heating systems, we are able to offer this role with an immediate start due to business expansion and you will be working in domestic properties within Cambridgeshire, Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex borders.

We pride ourselves on our customer service and quality of workmanship so your professionalism, positivity, technical and communication skills are key. You will need a can-do attitude, be computer literate as you will be required to use our job management system and complete documentation using a mobile device, ability to work to timescales as part of a team and as an individual using your own initiative. Have at least 5 years experience on a range of gas and/or oil heating systems and be Gas Safe or OFTEC registered.

You will require your own transport, full UK driving licence, tools, smartphone, a minimum of £2m public liability insurance, waste carriers licence and calibrated analyser.

More information about our Company can be found on this website.

If you feel this role is for you as you know your way around heating systems, please send us your CV for consideration, join@clarityheating.com or call us for an informal chat with Vince on 01353 862 315.

Please note: no agencies will be considered.

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