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Gate and Barrie Service Engineer

Maintenance of automated gates and barriers

Fault finding and repairs to automated gates and barriers

To provide reliable, quality support to our customers at all times

To have a professional telephone and face to face manor

Assist customers and regional team with technical issues either on the phone or face to face

A flexible approach to working hours. Out of hours working will be required at times.

SKILLS, COMPETENCIES & ATTRIBUTES

Must have a high level of experience of our industry

Excellent technical knowledge of automated gates and barrier systems

Have a systematic/logical approach to tasks & problems

Ensure all tasks are carried out quickly & efficiently

Be presentable in person and in vehicle and tools

Excellent communication and organisational skills

Be aware of and responsible for the equipment required to complete the necessary works including emergency van stock.

Understand the need for precise completion of paperwork records of jobs and full use of PDA device.

Have a polite but assertive telephone manor

Good knowledge of London and the home counties Postcodes

Good Customer service skills

Ability to motivate staff & Colleagues and lead by example

The Ability to think laterally and "Out of the Box"

Prompt and consistent time keeping

HEALTH & SAFETY RESPONSIBILITIES

The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate a personal commitment to Health, Safety and the environment by following:




Details

Job Type:Permanent
Location:- Home Counties, London
Benefits:up to £33k with laptop, car and phone
Branch:Head Start Recruitment
Ref:38116
Consultant:Sandra Oldfield
Tel: 01582 460 415
Email: sandra@headstartrecruitment.co.uk
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