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The gas industry demands innovative professionals that must always keep safety as their the highest priority. Such individuals work together to produce, store and distribute one of the world’s most important natural resources to commercial and public organisations alike, as well as to consumers for everyday purposes.
This field of work requires a wide range of skill sets; common industry professionals include engineers, consultants, geologists, project managers, equipment operators, surveyors, plumbers, piping designers, draughtsmen and numerous others, such as administrators, accountants, lobbyists, executives and marketing specialists.
A large majority of these posts will require jobholders to have a university degree in engineering, natural sciences, construction management or a related field, although administrators, executives and the like may be better off with disciplines like marketing, accounting or business management, alongside industry knowledge/experience.
Remuneration rates for gas industry professionals in the United Kingdom vary substantially; typically, figures span from about £20,000 per annum for entry-level field servicemen to more than £60,000 per annum for project managers and other senior-level officials. Executives working for major international firms can see figures in excess of £100,000 per annum.
Gas area is a wide industry composed by different types of professionals working on gas systems. Among people working on this area are gas engineers and gas service technicians. The first group is related to gas production procedures and maintenance of pipelines for gas distribution. Gas technicians maintain and repair gas systems and appliances in offices, industrial facilities, and domestic homes.
People working on Gas area usually perform many of the following tasks:
• Replacing faulty equipment.
• Carrying out tests.
• Installing systems to deliver gas.
• Searching pipeline’s failures.
• Designing heating systems for factories.
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Latest Job Offers
£14.05 per hour
Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, UK
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
£35000 - £45000 per annum + holiday, van, pension
Up to £40000 per annum + Overtime Opportunities
£26000 - £32000 per annum
£27000 - £30000 per annum + + Car & Benefits
Milton Keynes, England
£26000 - £32000/annum
Burnley, United Kingdom
£18 - £25/hour
Nationwide, United Kingdom
£14 - 17 per hour + Van, fuel card, overtime
West Midlands, West Midlands, UK
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