|Job Ref:||203374849||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||Berkshire||City:||Reading||Address:||Post Code:||RG2||Salary:||£28000 - £32000/annum + bemefits||Post Date:||24/10/2016 09:57|
The Installation Engineer (IE) will be part of a team, which as a group will perform the duties to install Security Systems at customer's premises.|
Generally this role is to install any orders that the company may receive.
The role requires a great deal of initiative and autonomy.
Flexibility is essential in adapting to future changes within the company and fluctuations within the workload.
The role may include the supervision of Junior Installation Engineers.
These duties will be based upon all or part of the following:
1. The Installation Engineer (IE) will be allocated projects by the Project Manager (PM).
They will then be responsible, together, for the planning, scheduling, installation and handover of the project.
2. On receipt of a site file, the SE, with the PM, will review the project to ensure that they are conversant with any particular contract conditions. They will also ensure that the equipment specified constitutes a working and suitable system in liaison with the Salesman and the Customer and, where necessary, resolve any queries at this stage.
3. Any predetermined program of works and delivery schedule will be noted and actioned. Any changes will, proactively, be notified to the customer and the Salesman.
Should there be no previous agreement, then the customer shall be informed as soon as possible of the arranged program.
4. The IE shall highlight any issues they feel may affect the profitability of any projects they are working on.
Any concerns should be highlighted to the PM.
5. The IE will monitor the progress of their work at all times and will advise the PM of any changes through regular "Project Reviews"
6. Where the IE experiences difficulty in fulfilling their duties or finds the program of works not on schedule, particularly where "Liquidated Damages;" may be incurred, the PM will be advised immediately.
7. The IE will complete the relevant commissioning and completion certificates with the assistance of a Senior Engineer if required.
8. The PM will ensure that all applicable documentation is provided in a suitable format at the time of handover to the client.
9. The IE will ensure that the client or end user training on the use of their system is arranged. This could entail providing basic training or arranging training with another department.
10. The IE will liaise with the Service Department to handover each installation and make them aware of important information and features of the system.
11. The IE will feedback any relevant information to ensure problems encountered are dealt with so as not to reoccur and areas where installations have gone particularly well are also highlighted.
12. The IE may at any time have a Junior Engineer under his responsibility.
He will be expected to monitor and assist those other engineers in the progression of their roles.
13. The IE is to be responsible for informing the PM of any occurrences whereby the Junior Engineers are performing exceptionally well, or alternatively, where improvements can be made.
Specific notice should be taken of their timekeeping