Pinder Cooling are actively recruiting for full-time Air Conditioning Engineers to join our busy team. View the latest air conditioning engineer jobs.
Join our busy team covering the growing demand for air conditioning installs across the north of England. We also have an ever-expanding list of air conditioning maintenance clients so we also looking for a dedicated air conditioning service engineer working (either full or part-time) to a planned maintenance programme.
Perks and benefits
Attractive basic hourly rate
Time and a half paid for hours worked over 8 hour day
Time and a half paid for weekend work
Hours worked are calculated from leaving home address to return (door to door)
All wages are paid, by bank transfer, weekly on a Friday.
You will receive 20 days paid leave per annum, plus Bank Holidays. Holiday entitlement is from 1 January
As part of our attendance reward scheme, you will be awarded 24 ACE hours to cover unplanned absence. 52 additional ACE hours can be earned each year.
Company vehicle provided (Ford Transit Custom Limited). Private use is allowed
Company fuel card provided
Android Tablet provided
Immediate enrolment in our workplace pension (optional)
Pinder Cooling indoor/outdoor workwear provided
Our air conditioning engineers work to to high standards
All of our engineers carry out regular training that meets manufacturers standards, both internally and externally, so you will have an in depth understanding of a wide range of systems, brands and scenarios. Speak to us about the latest air conditioning engineer jobs.Join The Team
Interested in joining the team?
If you’re interested in air conditioning engineer jobs, or to would like to know how Pinder Cooling can further your career, please contact us to arrange a chat.Arrange A Chat
From the blog
Pinder Cooling & Heating has reported a rise in demand for air conditioning installation. The Bradford-based team of air conditioning and commercial refrigeration specialists has seen enquiries for air conditioning installation services increase by 41%