Field Service Engineer

    Sector:
    Lifts
    Location:
    Midlands
    Salary:
    £30,000 to £35,000 + Vehicle + Overtime + Pension + Life Insurance
    Reference:
    21586 SAU

    NVQ Level 3 qualified or part qualified lift service engineer required for our client’s maintenance team covering the Midlands area.

    The Position:

    The appointed Service Engineer will be responsible for:

    • Carrying out regular planned preventative maintenance and service visits
    • Attending lift breakdown callouts to carry out minor lift repairs
    • Meeting agreed customer response times
    • Building good relationships with clients
    • Providing regular updates to the Service Manager
    • Becoming an integral part of the regional 24/7 Standby/Callout rota
    • Carrying out maintenance on competitors’ lifts
    • Basic LG1 examinations

    The Candidate:

    Applicants will be expected to demonstrate:

    • A minimum of three years’ field service experience in the lifts industry
    • Good problem-solving skills and an ability to work on own initiative
    • Excellent interpersonal, communication and customer service abilities
    • Knowledge of modernisation, installation and refurbishment
    • The desire to succeed and progress to greater levels of responsibility in a growing business
    • Confidence to work on a range of manufacturers’ equipment
    • Willingness to commit to an on-call standby rota
    • A full UK driving licence

    The Company:

    A leading company in the global elevators industry, our client has been producing, installing, maintaining and modernising lifts, escalators, moving ramps and walkways for over fifty years.  The company today operates in more than 100 countries worldwide, and enjoys a particularly strong presence in Europe, where it is responsible for one in every ten new lift installations.  Always striving to be a great place to work, our client offers a wide range of experiences and opportunities that continue to help individuals to achieve their career aspirations and personal goals.

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