Heating Inspector – (Gas Boiler Inspections)
Heating Inspector – Gas Boiler Inspections (Permanent)
North West/North East/Yorkshire/Midlands/North Wales/ East Midlands
Basic £26 500 plus Bonuses
28 Days Annual leave (Including Bank Holidays)
Uniform and PPE Provided
- To manage quality control and carry out inspections of gas boiler installations within domestic properties ensuring compliance with manufacturers, Gas Safe & any scheme regulations (ECO3 etc) to help us maintain a high standard of work.
- To manage a process that responds to the needs of our customers, whilst being efficient and courteous.
- Working with the Gas Manager to ensure communication is maintained with the engineers and any remedial works are carried out in a timely manner.
- Identify any further training needs or extra work in progress inspections required for the engineers where the need arises based on inspections
- Confirm the quality of the installations using our own brilliant CRM system for the post inspections to ensure works are carried out in accordance with manufacturers, Gas Safe & any scheme regulations (ECO3 etc).
- Carry out any gas investigations, customer complaints helping to find a satisfactory resolution
- Carry out any small remedial work whilst on site i.e. clipping wires, small patching etc and liaise with the engineers to give them constructive or positive feedback on the quality of their inspections
- Maintain up to date knowledge on changes in legislation in order to ensure the service meets changing legal obligations and implement best practice to improve services.
- Work with the Gas Manager to update him on the results of the post-inspection visits
- Deputise when the Gas Manager is on annual leave – we would have trained you well by now to ensure this is a seamless process (you will always have me to revert to for any assistance)
- This job description is not to be regarded as exclusive or exhaustive. It is intended as an outline indication of the areas of activity and will be amended in the light of the changing needs of the company
This role involves providing services in the homes of vulnerable customers. If your application is successful, we will require you to complete a Basic Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check, relevant to the post that you have applied for, at the point that we issue your offer letter. You will be required to present your original ID documents to support your DBS application. If you are unable to present these documents later, you may provide them at the interview stage. A list of suitable documents can be found on the Gov.uk website. Failure to declare any unspent conviction(s) may disqualify you from the appointment, or result in dismissal if information subsequently comes to light. The disclosure of unspent criminal conviction(s) will not necessarily exclude you from appointment. You must only declare at interview, any convictions, cautions, reprimands or final warnings that are not “spent” as defined by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.