New contract wins create 10 jobs at Norfolk renewable heating firm
Attleborough-based renewable heating firm, Finn Geotherm, is seeking 10 new employees following the award of a multi-million pound contract to install 21 heat pump projects in the public sector.
Established in 2006, Finn Geotherm is one of the UK’s most experienced heat pump installers. The new contracts will see the company design and install 21 different air and ground source projects in public sector locations across East Anglia and further afield. These landmark installations will use the latest in large scale heat pump technology to deliver renewable heating systems which are highly energy efficient and will significantly reduce carbon emissions.
Finn Geotherm is recruiting for the following positions:
- 1 x multi-skilled maintenance engineers
- 2 x commercial plumbers / pipe fitters
- 3 x electrical engineers
- 2 x trainee heating engineers
- 2 x trainee electrical engineers
Guy Ransom, commercial director for Finn Geotherm, said: “Having been awarded these significant new contacts, we are in a privileged position to be able to appoint 10 new team members to join our award-winning business. We have been installing heat pumps for more than 15 years and there is no doubt that as the Government continues to press forward with its targets to meet net zero carbon emissions, heat pumps are the future of heating. This is an opportune time to join an expanding and very exciting industry. We’re looking forward to welcoming successful applicants to become part of our team and get straight to work on these brilliant green heating projects.”
Finn Geotherm recently completed the installation of a six-phase district (communal) heating scheme for housing association Flagship Group to provide heating and hot water for 113 homes in Felixstowe. Using a ground source heat pump system, this was the third project Finn Geotherm has completed for Flagship and the largest of its kind in the region.