If you're looking for candidates to fill temporary, contract or permanent roles in field service engineering, sales or support positions Jonathan Lee Recruitment can help you.

We work with businesses big and small to recruit for: Field Service roles: Air con engineers, Refrigeration engineers, Chiller Engineers, COMCAT engineers, Commercial gas engineers, Electrical engineers, HVAC engineers, Multi-skilled engineers, Vending machine engineers, White goods engineers, Photocopier engineers, Technicians and Management

Field service sales and support roles: Business Development Manager, Business Development Executives, Account Managers, Internal Sales and Sales Managers, HR & Recruitment, Admin & Secretarial, Business Support, Marketing, Customer Service / Call Control & Call Centre and Senior Management.

Our industry experts pride themselves on their the knowledge of the market place and qualifications required. It's this know-how and experience that ensures we have a huge pool of engineers and technicians across the UK to quickly draw upon whenever you have a need field service recruitment need.

Our candidates have a variety of field service engineering skills including expertise in: Refrigeration, pack system, hydrocarbon, CO2, F-Gas, British Refrigeration, Hydrofluorocarbon, HFC, Carbon dioxide, CO2, Supermarket refrigeration, Trans-critical cycle, refrigeration engineer, A/C, Air Con, Air conditioning, Chillers, COMCAT, Ammonia, Industrial refrigeration, HVAC, ciga1, Commercial gas, 18th edition, 17th edition to name just a few.

​Wolverhampton is a city located in the West Midlands, which lies northwest of its larger neighbour Birmingham.

Originally part of Staffordshire, Wolverhampton is named after Wulfrun, who founded the town in 985, from the Anglo-Saxon Wulfrūnehēantūn meaning "Wulfrūn's high or principal enclosure or farm

Initially the city grew as a market town, specialising in the woollen trade. Then, during the Industrial Revolution, it became a major centre for coal mining, as well as steel production, lock making and the manufacture of cars and motorcycles. Engineering dominates today’s economy, including a large aerospace industry, as well as the service sector.