Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Maintenance Engineer Location: Peterlee /Co. Durham - Houghall/Durham Salary: £27,238pa - £28.857pa Closing Date: Wednesday 21 November 2018 East Durham College ‘Where Careers Grow’ East Durham College is one of the leading Further Education colleges in the North East of England. The College continues to go from strength to strength; with retention, achievement and success rates significantly improving year on year. The College has three unique campuses. The Peterlee Campus is a stunning £36m build that opened in January 2009. The Houghall Campus, on the outskirts of the City of Durham, is the leading provider of land based courses in the region and includes a beautiful 500 acre estate. It has recently had a £12.75m redevelopment which has brought some market-leading specialist facilities to the Campus. The Technical Academy is a 30,000 sq. ft. purpose-built facility providing training in a range of in-demand construction trades. HVAC Maintenance Engineer - 37 hours per week To ensure that the all HVAC PPM’s and reactive maintenance is carried out on the College estate in a timely and cost-effective fashion, compliant to legislation and statutory regulation, and to ensure a high-quality teaching, learning and working environment that is fit for purpose and safe. You should hold qualifications in L2 NVQ Heating Engineer or L2 Plumbing and Heating, alongside this a Commercial Gas and Boiler certification and / or F Gas 2079/11 certification. Gas Safe Certification (domestic). COCN1 - Commercial gas safety. For a full list of main duties please view the attached job description. Please note that applications for this role should be submitted electronically using the online application form, CVs will not be accepted. An enhanced criminal record check will be requested for all staff. Strictly no agencies or canvassing. Any contact made by the College e.g. interview invitation will be made by e-mail. If you are applying for a Lecturing position and do not hold a relevant teaching qualification (Cert Ed or PGCE) you will be expected to work towards this. Please be aware that a maths and English qualification at level 2 is required prior to enrolling on the Cert Ed/PGCE. These qualifications include GCSE, Functional Skills, Key Skills and Adult Basic Skills (all at level 2). The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.