Looking for a Gas Engineer Job? We may have the position for you!
The successful person must be a qualified gas safe engineer, multi-skilled with a trade qualification an advantage. You will be working within the maintenance team completing reactive maintenance for our guests and projects for the owners and across the parks. Covering boiler and central heating installations, boiler breakdowns, gas certifications and connecting caravans when sited.
You must be able to demonstrate multi-trade experience within a similar role, able to achieve the highest level of customer service, work under pressure, possess a flexible approach and be prepared to work occasional weekends and bank holidays.
Shifts will be on a five-day working week. This may include some weekends, based on a 42.5 hr week, working mainly 8am- 5pm, with a 9am-6pm week approx. Every 5th week is on a rota basis.
There is an onsite vehicle that you will use around park to carry all your tools and materials required to carry out the necessary works.
There is possible on-site accommodation with this position, to cover emergency call outs on a rota basis.
Previous experience within facilities or maintenance is essential.
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Dawlish Warren Life Saving club put a plea on Facebook on the 5<sup>th</sup> of April this year for funds to help the club after seeing their fundraising efforts suffer due to covid over the past two years, Dawlish Life Saving Club posted that they faced an uncertain future, Lady’s Mile Holiday Park and Oakcliff Holiday park owner Jason Jeffery contacted the club’s secretary and offered to help and secure the club’s future with a rolling 2-year funding agreement.
Dawlish Warren lifesaving club have been training beach lifeguards, first aiders, and children from age 7 at the Warren for over 55 years. During the summer season and busy bank holidays they provide a voluntary lifeguarding service both independently and alongside the RNLI. As well as suppling lifeguard cover for numerous open water swimming events, Triathlons and even music festivals all over the country.
Jason Jeffery owner of both Lady’s Mile Holiday Park and Oakcliff Holiday park said “we appreciate all the hard work the committee and the members do to keep the beach safe for our guests and local residents over the summer. We are proud to sponsor the club who are keeping our community safe.
Club Chairman Gareth Jones said “Our club is thrilled with our new sponsors, their community values reflect our own and have enabled us to invest in vital lifesaving equipment to help train new lifeguards and save lives on our beautiful beach and the local area.”