RS Boiler Services is a small, family-run business, and as such we are fairly selective over those that we wish to employ. Generally, we train in-house and like to promote from within. This means that we are always willing to look at apprenticeships and find hidden talent. Over the years, we have taken on a number of young apprentices from nearby Amersham and Wycombe College, and are always happy to hear from other young and motivated individuals. We are also happy to receive CVs and applications from those who have already attained Gas Safe or OFTEC™ certification.
Adam Skoyles - Managing Partner
Adam trained on the job with RS Boiler Services over a fairly short period in 2009, hoping to use his newly gained LPG gas qualification as a shortlisted trade skill for a move to New Zealand. Previous to this, he studied for a degree in business management at Bournemouth University and went on to help manage a hotel, a bar, and a restaurant over the three years following his graduation before travelling the world for 18 months. After meeting his now wife at a music festival on the Isle of Wight, Adam is now here to stay, and he hopes to take on more of the day-to-day running of the business as time goes on.
Joy Skoyles - Office Manager
Joy started her career as a tracer in a drawing office in West London, aiding consulting engineers in the practice of structural safety before being tempted back to her home town of Bourne End by a smooth-talking gas engineer. She soon took up the important role of deciphering the cryptic, handwritten estimates and invoices of RS Boiler Services, and strived to ensure that they were delivered promptly to our happy customers in a more legible condition.
Darryl Giles - Senior Engineer
Darryl has been working for RS Boiler Services since 1985 and has become a core component of the company throughout his time here. He has developed encyclopaedic knowledge of boiler breakdowns over the years, and has a van full of homemade tools to help him overcome the more common of these. He seems to be so well-informed with many of these boiler temperaments that not only does he help train the apprentices coming in to RS Boiler Services, but he also gets called upon by engineers of outside organisations. However, he has yet to disclose his extra earnings from this technical helpline.
Simon Tyler - Engineer
Simon started working with RS Boiler Services as an apprentice in 2014 after deciding his previous career in vehicle maintenance wasn't for him. When someone makes the decision to take a pay cut, for an undisclosed amount of time, in order to retrain in a different profession, we believe it speaks volumes as to the dedication and the spirit of that individual.
It is safe to say that Simon has not disappointed, and he now finds himself a fully qualified, Gas Safe-registered engineer as of 2017, and we are proud and relieved to find him wishing to stick with us to help us continue with our aim of providing continuous good service to our customers.
Ryan Saunders - Apprentice
Ryan has been working alongside Darryl, Adam, and Simon since 2016 in his ongoing on-the-job training after deciding to concentrate on plumbing and heating having been involved in general construction for the more than 10 years.
Ryan recently become a dad to a little girl, and we are delighted that he is still determined to pursue a career in plumbing and heating, despite the loss of some earnings in the short term while he goes through training. This determination is clearly displayed in his work with us so far, and we have had nothing but glowing reviews from customers on his diligence, attention to detail, and cleanliness on completion of work. We see a good future for Ryan, and we are sure that it won't be long before he's ready for Gas Safe qualification.
Contact us now, in Marlow, Buckinghamshire, for more information about our team of plumbers and heating engineers.