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Fuel Storage Solutions is a forward thinking business in the fuel storage & services sector offering highly professional solutions to our customers. We’re currently looking for enthusiastic and driven people to join our expanding workforce to help maintain the high level of service we provide to clients, across the UK.

Pipefitter/ Pipework Engineer

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  • Location:Nationwide
  • Salary:£32,000-£38,000 dependent on experience
  • Job Status:Full time, permanent (with 6 month probationary period)
  • Hours:37.5 hours per week

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Reference: PIP20254

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Due to our continuing success within the industry we are expanding our engineering team. This is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate to expand their knowledge and develop new skills within the fuels environment. Fuel Storage Solutions (“FSS”) is a fast growing company which therefore offers quick progression for the right candidate.   


FSS is looking for an experienced (4 year plus), ambitious and hard-working individual to be employed as a Pipefitting Engineer.

The position will require the successful candidate to be part of its on-site engineering team to assist in completing various works ranging from small, one-off, jobs, to major projects. The candidate should have good computer skills and be able to read AUTOCAD/schematics.  We will invest heavily in your training and provide continuous mentoring and support but you will need proven experience and qualifications. You must also be versatile (the job will involve skills beyond pipefitting), able to multi-task, be happy to work away from home and be open to learn new skills.

About the Company

Fuel Storage Solutions (“FSS”) was established by owners and directors Katharine and Jonathan Barnett in 2002. It has been established for over 20 years and is located in Bradford with a good and stable customer base. Works are undertaken for many blue chip companies nationwide (including Northern Ireland) with this client base enabling us to offer job stability and progression.

Role details

  • Installation and removal of pipework, tanks and pumping systems
  • Problem solving
  • Commissioning and decommissioning of installations
  • Working as part of a team reporting to Contract/ Project Manager to complete engineering projects
  • Ensuring that projects are completed within agreed deadlines whilst meeting technical and safety standards
  • Supporting other Engineers
  • Complying with RAMS and health and safety at all times (working to strict requirements)

Experience and qualifications required:

Essential Requirements

  • Minimum Level 3 qualification in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering and at least 4 years relevant experience
  • Background in the inspection, assessment and maintenance of pipelines/ pipework
  • Proven experience in pipework installation
  • Full driving licence
  • CSCS
  • Be capable of obtaining high level security clearances
  • Have a strong work ethic and be willing to learn from others
  • Willing to work away from home during working week
  • Competent in working to RAMS
  • Experienced or capable of working to high standard of H&S requirements including 5 point PPE
  • Reading and interpreting CAD, schematics and technical documentation


The ideal candidate will have:

  • CSCS certification
  • Experience and knowledge of the installation, inspection and testing of commercial heating and pipework systems.
  • Basic experience and knowledge of civils and electrical works
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills
  • Experience working within a fuels environment

Benefits in Kind:

  • 5% Employer pension contribution to auto-enrolment pension scheme (from completion of 3 months service)
  • 2 x annual salary death in service benefit
  • Generous overnight allowances and expenses
  • 20 days Annual Leave with the addition of bank holidays
  • Health cash plan
  • Optional private health insurance

Job Type: Full-time Permanent (subject to successful completion of 6m probation period)

Salary: £32,000.00-£38,000.00 per annum

Hours: 37.5 per week with some out of hours call out (overtime at 1.5 and double time dependent on day and time of work)

Working Away: Yes

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Head of Finance

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  • Location:Thornton, Bradford
  • Salary:55,000 - 60,000 (dependent on experience)
  • Job Status:Full time, permanent (with 6 month probationary period)
  • Hours:Monday to Friday, 0830 - 1700 office based in West Yorkshire

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Reference: HOF2024

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This is a brand new role at FSS and a superb opportunity for someone looking to develop their experience and be part of a fast-growing company.

The role is very ‘hands on’ and requires an energetic and enthusiastic individual ready to take on a challenge.

The successful applicant for the Head of Finance role will be someone who enjoys a fast-paced environment, thrives working within a team, enjoys helping others develop and shows initiative and drive.

The Head of Finance will take full ownership for and drive the Finance department at FSS, by introducing and streamlining processes, providing support to the existing team and leading by example.

  • You will be responsible for a team of three and be able to motivate, lead and mould the department.
  • Ideally, you will have extensive experience working within a finance department and possess previous people management and leadership experience.
  • You will be an exceptional communicator, and be used to influencing at senior stakeholder level, working with key decision makers.
  • The successful candidate will be ACCA/CIMA /equivalent qualified or working towards.
  • The role is based onsite in our office in Thornton, Bradford.

    The key duties for the Head of Finance are:

    • Oversee all Company accounts.
    • Create and implement the business finance strategy.
    • Develop budgets and financial plans for the business.
    • Review all financial plans and budgets, regularly looking for cost-reduction opportunities.
    • Manage cashflow by tracking transactions and regularly creating and reviewing internal reports.
    • Monitor and manage the internal job allocation criteria for the finance team and as an individual.
    • Prepare and submit all relevant financial reporting.
    • Support the Finance Director in preparatory works.
    • Complete the preparation and submission of all required monthly, quarterly, and annual returns.
    • Provide the Financial Director with regular financial and departmental updates.
    • Complete required monthly payroll tasks.
    • Work closely with the project team and provide financial guidance throughout the projects lifecycle.
    • Collaborate with the Finance Director to finalise and present the reports to the board of directors/other relevant stakeholders.
    • Embed KPIs to manage performance across the team.
    • Coordinate finance team members to provide training and guidance to non-financial stakeholders.

    What we offer at FSS:

    • 37.5 hour working week.
    • 31 days holiday inclusive of bank holidays.
    • Enhanced pension (5%).
    • Death in service policy.
    • Health Insurance.
    • 24/7 Employee Assistance Programme.
    • Long service rewards.
    • Company events.
    • Dedicated in-house and on-site training.
    • Career development.
    • Free on-site parking
    • Referral programme


    • Financial management: 3 years (preferred)
    • Financial accounting: 5 years (preferred)
    • Personnel management: 3 years (preferred)

    Work authorisation:

    • United Kingdom (required)

    Ability to Commute:

    • Bradford (required)