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HVAC jobs are available for a variety of roles across Thermodial.

Thermodial are also recruiting for the following field-based roles:

  • HVAC Service Engineer
  • Trades person (to up-skill to HVAC Service Engineer)
  • Apprentice

View job specifications below for open positions.

HVAC jobs and training

Rest assured, full training and mentoring will be provided through a blend of on and off the job education, appropriate to the role you are applying for.

Fully certified training will be provided by industry leading third parties, who possess extensive knowledge in their subject field and who have a proven track record of candidate success.

Mentoring is provided from senior staff, no matter which role you are applying for, helping you get up to speed on the Thermodial way, while also ensuring you are never left in position beyond your capabilities.

Further training is provided as you develop in your role, to grow your skillset, refresh your knowledge and enhance your problem solving capabilities.

These HVAC jobs are field based throughout Leinster, however, as Thermodial have a wide geographical spread of customers, every effort will be made to schedule jobs close to your home base. This not only aids Thermodial in achieving customer response times and satisfaction ratings, but it also reduces company greenhouse gas emissions in accordance with our energy management system – ISO 50001.

HVAC Service Engineer
Current job status: open

Thermodial invite applications for the role of HVAC Service Engineer to join our expanding field team.

In your HVAC job, you will report to the Operations Manager, co-ordinating with the Scheduling Manager and working closely with contracts managers.

This role comprises of three key areas

Delivering planned preventative maintenance (PPM) service, repairs and minor upgrade works to HVAC systems.

Communication and co-ordination with customers, Thermodial’s Scheduling Manager, contracts managers and fellow field operatives.

Adherence to plans, specifications and procedures, ensuring visits are completed on time, in-line with best practice, producing fully completed reports and quotations (where necessary).

Benefits

Competitive salary and allowances

  • Bonus and benefits package
  • Earn up to two days’ additional annual leave, on top of normal leave, which includes Good Friday and Christmas Eve
  • Company vehicle, toll tag, parking app and fuel card provided
  • Snickers workwear and quality PPE
  • Tools and ancillary ICT equipment provided
  • Mentoring and support from a senior engineer
  • Training to upskill and progress
  • Opportunity for career progression

Your qualifications and key criteria

At least three years’ experience in a commercial HVAC services role.

Solas/national craft certificate/trade cert in either electrical, plumbing or refrigeration and air conditioning is essential.

Registered gas installer.

F-Gas certification.

Proven experience in fault finding and problem solving on HVAC systems.

A self-starter who can self-manage and take accountability for allocated tasks within a weekly schedule.

Highly trustworthy and responsible, due to the criticality and sensitive nature of customers’ businesses.

Enthusiastic about customer care, seeking to provide a first time fix to repairs and a reduction in energy savings for customers.

A willingness to up-skill, come out of your comfort zone and learn about other systems.

Ability to work across relevant internal departments including, operations, finance, sales, marketing, compliance and external suppliers to ensure a collaborative approach.

‘B’ category driving license, as this is a field-based role.

Good presentation and interpersonal skills.

Fluent in English, both written and spoken.

Two verifiable references are required.

Please apply with CV and covering letter to Alan Keegan.

Thermodial are an equal opportunities employer.

Contract type: permanent employee

Job location: field-based, Leinster, Ireland

Trades person
Current job status: open

Thermodial invite applications from trades persons with a qualification as a plumber, electrician or refrigeration and air conditioning, to apply for the role HVAC Service Engineer to join our expanding field team.

In your HVAC job, trades persons will commit to additional training – provided by Thermodial – in areas such as: gas safety and F-Gas, to achieve HVAC Service Engineer status.

In your job, you will report to the Operations Manager, co-ordinating with the Scheduling Manager and working closely with contracts managers.

This role comprises of three key areas

Delivering planned preventative maintenance (PPM) service, repairs and minor upgrade works to HVAC systems.

Communication and co-ordination with customers, Thermodial’s Scheduling Manager, contracts managers and fellow field operatives.

Adherence to plans, specifications and procedures, ensuring visits are completed on time, in-line with best practice, producing fully completed reports and quotations (where necessary).

Benefits

  • Competitive salary and allowances
  • Bonus and benefits package
  • Earn up to two days’ additional annual leave, on top of normal leave, which includes Good Friday and Christmas Eve
  • Company vehicle, toll tag, parking app and fuel card provided
  • Snickers workwear and quality PPE
  • Tools and ancillary ICT equipment provided
  • Mentoring and support from a senior engineer
  • Training to upskill and progress
  • Opportunity for career progression

Your qualifications and key criteria

At least three years’ experience in a commercial plumbing, electrical or refrigeration and air conditioning role.

Solas/national craft certificate/trade cert in either plumbing, electrical or refrigeration and air conditioning is essential.

Registered gas installer is preferable.

F-Gas certification is an advantage.

Proven experience in fault finding and problem solving on either plumbing, electrical or refrigeration and air conditioning systems.

A self-starter who can self-manage and take accountability for allocated tasks within a weekly schedule.

Highly trustworthy and responsible, due to the criticality and sensitive nature of customers’ businesses.

Enthusiastic about customer care, seeking to provide a first time fix to repairs and a reduction in energy savings for customers.

A willingness to up-skill, come out of your comfort zone and learn about other systems.

Ability to work across relevant internal departments including, operations, finance, sales, marketing, compliance and external suppliers to ensure a collaborative approach.

‘B’ category driving license, as this is a field-based role.

Good presentation and interpersonal skills.

Fluent in English, both written and spoken.

Please apply with CV and covering letter to Alan Keegan.

Thermodial are an equal opportunities employer.

Two verifiable references are required.

Contract type: permanent employee

Job location: field-based, Leinster, Ireland

Apprentice
Current job status: open

Thermodial invite applications for the role of Apprentice to join our expanding field team.

Your apprentice training will blend on-the-job shadowing and learning from HVAC Service Engineers, coupled with off-the-job college phases, as dictated by Solas.

Once your apprenticeship has been completed, additional training will be provided by Thermodial – in areas such as: gas safety and F-Gas – to achieve HVAC Service Engineer status.

In your job, you will report to the Apprentice Supervisor, co-ordinating with the Scheduling Manager and working closely with service engineers.

This role comprises of three key areas

Delivering planned preventative maintenance (PPM) service, repairs and minor upgrade works to HVAC systems.

Communication and co-ordination with customers, Thermodial’s Apprentice Supervisor, Scheduling Manager, contracts managers and fellow field operatives.

Adherence to plans, specifications and procedures, ensuring visits are completed on time, in-line with best practice, producing fully completed reports and quotations (where necessary).

Benefits

  • Competitive pay rate and allowances
  • Bonus and benefits package
  • Earn up to two days’ additional annual leave, on top of normal leave, which includes Good Friday and Christmas Eve
  • Travel expense (monthly)
  • Snickers workwear and quality PPE
  • Tools and ancillary ICT equipment provided
  • Mentoring and support from a dedicated Apprentice Supervisor and senior engineers
  • Training to upskill and progress
  • Opportunity for career progression

Your qualifications and key criteria

Solas/national craft certificate/trade cert enrolment in either plumbing, electrical or refrigeration and air conditioning is essential.

A self-starter who can self-manage and take accountability for allocated tasks within a weekly schedule.

Highly trustworthy and responsible, due to the criticality and sensitive nature of customers’ businesses.

Enthusiastic about customer care.

A willingness to up-skill, come out of your comfort zone and learn about other systems.

Ability to work across relevant internal departments including, operations, finance, sales, marketing, compliance and external suppliers to ensure a collaborative approach.

‘B’ category driving license is an advantage – as this is a field-based role – but not essential,

Good presentation and interpersonal skills.

Fluent in English, both written and spoken.

Two verifiable references are required.

Please apply with CV and covering letter to Alan Keegan.

Thermodial are an equal opportunities employer.

Contract type: permanent employee

Job location: field-based, Leinster, Ireland

More about HVAC service engineer careers

If you are interested in learning more about the service engineer role, two Thermodial service engineers give their view on what’s involved in the role and how Thermodial provide support.

Will McDonnell has the perspective of joining Thermodial as an apprentice and serving his entire apprenticeship with Thermodial; while Andy Reynolds joined as a qualified electrician who had experience with different electrical contractors.

Will outlines what it takes to become a multi-skilled service engineer, what a typical day or week looks like, how Thermodial provides support, what skills are required and some advice for those thinking of taking up the service engineer role.

Andy discusses joining Thermodial as an electrician, the vital role of the service engineer, helpful support from colleagues, the training and benefits received, the work environment, skills learnt and advice he’d give to himself if he was starting out with Thermodial again.

Thermodial's Will McDonnell - about the service engineer role

Thermodial's Andy Reynolds - about the service engineer role

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