Posted by Bennett & Game Recruitment
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Profile for Commercial Plumber / Plumbing Engineer -
Commercial Plumber required for our client, a specialist Mechanical and Electrical service, maintenance and installation provider. They are currently based in the East London area and require a Commercial Plumber to be based locally to the office.
The Commercial Plumber will be tasked with the service and installation of both hot and cold water systems/pipework. The Commercial Plumber / Plumbing Engineer will also be tasked with installation of pipework for new projects, replacement of pipework, pressure testing and installation boosted water tanks and occasionally pump.
The Commercial Plumber will attend sites such as apartment buildings, new build flats and offices throughout the East London area.
Commercial Plumber / Plumbing Engineer Position Overview
The Commercial Plumber will travel throughout East London performing pipe installation and working on systems such as relief valves, non-return valves, dosing pots and pressurisation units.
Commercial Plumber / Plumbing Engineer Position Requirements
Commercial Plumber / Plumbing Engineer Position Remuneration
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Date listed: 17/04/2019
Listed Until: 29/05/2019
Location: North London, Great Britain
Employment Details: permanent, full time standard full time hours each week
Yearly Salary: GBP £30000
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