|Job Ref:||204764202||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Swiss cottage||Address:||Salary:||£25000 - £36000/annum + company van, OTE, pension||Post Date:||11/10/2016 04:13|
Lift Service Engineer
Location: Swiss cottage, Wembley, Watford, Hampstead Heath, Kensal Green
Salary: £25-36k DOE plus OTE, Pension, Company Van & a host of other benefits
Company formed in 2015 covering London & South East with directors who have over 80 years experience combined in the industry, specialise in maintenance and repair on a broad range of products. Due to growth, they are now looking to add to their service team with a service engineer.
Main responsibilities: servicing, attending breakdowns, small repairs, fault finding on passenger lifts, goods lifts and disabled access units. The geographical area responsible for would be Swiss Cottage, Wembley, Watford, Kensal Green
Representing the company to a high standard and delivering great customer service. Travel is paid for door to door, night call rota where standby allowance is paid as well as payment per job, 25 days holiday + bank holidays.
Experienced Lift engineer
Industry Knowledge (minimum of 5 years)
NVQ 3 or equivalent required in lift servicing or installation
Characteristics: hard working, reliable, good time management skills, customer service, team player
Interested? Here are your three options:
1. "This is the job for me! When can I start?" - Call now and let's talk through your experience. Ask for Lindsey Blyghton on +44 (0) (Apply online only)
2. " I think I'm right for this position, but I am not sure I have enough to get an interview" - Click "apply now" so I can read your resume and let you know
3. "I'm interested but need to know more about what this job can offer me" - email with your resume and questions and I will reply with more detail
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