Being a boiler technician is a physically demanding, practical and varied job which requires a high standard of Health and Safety and advanced technical knowledge. Technicians usually travel to numerous sites during an average working day, so a driving licence is often a requirement. Working hours are usually Monday-Friday between 9 and 5 but you may also be required to work out of hours and on call. As well as the ability to work on your own initiative and solve problems, you will need good customer service skills and the ability to explain technical information to clients. You will also need to have an aptitude for maths and science and a good standard of physical fitness. To be able to work as a boiler technician you will need to gain an industry recognised qualification such as NVQ L3 in Domestic Gas Installation or Level 3 Diploma in Domestic Plumbing and heating. You will also need to gain Gas Safe registration. It is possible to enter this work as an apprentice.
Boiler Technician Cover Letter Example
Re- Boiler Technician
Dear Mr Manager
I am writing in response to your advertisement for the above post, and am attaching my CV for your information.
I am applying for this position because I have recently completed my NVQ Level 3 in Domestic Natural Gas Installation and Maintenance and I am looking to develop a lasting career in this area.
I am registered with Gas Safe and have a strong commitment to health and safety. I am a natural problem solver and enjoy the challenge of diagnosing issues and finding solutions. I work well on my own initiative but also enjoy team work and have excellent customer service skills, being able to communicate with a wide range of people and explain complex information in a clear and friendly manner.
I am flexible, reliable and extremely hard working with strong time keeping skills and the ability to multi task. I take pride in producing work of an excellent standard and am methodical and practical. I have a full clean driving licence and am able to travel and work flexible hours.
I look forward to hearing from you.
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