Engineering - General

Engineering Surveyor

Permanent

Nolan Recruitment

Engineering Surveyor Leeds

Engineering Surveyor- Compressed Air

Employment type: Permanent, full-time

Location: Leeds (national travel involved)

Hours: 8am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. Occasionally weekend work

Salary: 32,000-35,000 p.a. + company car + expenses card

My client is currently seeking an Engineering Surveyor to join their business on a permanent basis. They assist customers in achieving compliance and meeting safety regulations with compressed air equipment in a variety of environments.

Responsibilities

  • Completing quality assessments and equipment examinations/ surveys
  • Carrying out detailed reporting, with attention to detail and professionalism
  • Undertake small protective devices swap out
  • Ensuring all customers are compliant with vital regulations that help to govern their industry in the UK (including PSSR)
  • Helping to prolong the life of pressure equipment by spotting any potential defects and providing best advice to customers
  • Supporting office team with any customer technical queries
  • Work closely with our logistics team delivering on a planned work schedule with remote working frequent

Experience/ Skills Required

  • Substantial experience with compressed air equipment, mixed gas systems and  steam systems 
  • Ideally you will be mechanically qualified
  • Knowledge of regulations and directives such as PSSR, PUWER or LOLER would be beneficial
  • NEBOSH certified, or working towards would be beneficial, but not essential
  • A flexible approach to work. There will be national travel involved for this position  
  • Full clean UK driving licence

This a great opportunity to join an organisation, with a fantastic reputation in their field. They pride themselves on providing service excellence for clients and they are seeking an engineer who values this approach.

Key words: Compressed Air, Compressed Air Engineering, Compressed Air Engineer, Engineering Surveyor PSSR, LOLER, PUWER , mixed gas systems, steam systems

Tagged as: Engineering Surveyor