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Refrigeration Engineer (Industrial)

Refrigeration Engineer (Industrial)

Location: East Midlands / West Midlands

Salary: £38k - £45k + Excellent Benefits

Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 5:00pm (40 hours)

The Client:

Our client is a well-established company in refrigeration systems, catering to industries such as food processing, cold storage, beverages, and pharmaceuticals.

The Role:

As a Refrigeration Engineer, you will be servicing, maintenance, and repair of industrial refrigeration systems utilising various refrigerants like Ammonia, C02, Hydrocarbons, and HFC.


Previously worked as a Refrigeration Engineer or in a similar role.
Possess relevant experience.
City & Guilds 2079-11 (F-Gas & ODS), City & Guilds 2078-2 (Ammonia) or CITB equivalent qualification.
City & Guilds 6187-21 (Hydrocarbons) qualification would be beneficial.
Willingness to participate in callout rota.


25 days plus bank holidays
Health Insurance
Private healthcare
Company pension
Company van
Mobile phone
Overtime availability
Death in service insurance
40 hour week paid door to door
Company branded clothing provided

Apply now for this exceptional opportunity to work with a dynamic team and further enhance your career.

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