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  • Lift Repair Engineer

    Job Locations UK-Dartford, Kent
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(3 weeks ago)
    Job ID
    2017-1630
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Engineering
    Closing Date
    05/10/2018
  • Overview

    An opportunity has arisen for an Lift Repair Engineer located in Greater London including Essex, Middlesex, Kent, Sussex and Surrey area to join the team at our Dartford Service Branch. 

     

    You will be responsible for carrying out modernisation work (minor and major repairs) on all types and manufacture of vertical lifts. In addition, you must be willing to be included on our night-call rota. A vehicle will be provided and a valid driving licence will always be essential to the role.

     

    Ideal candidates will be self-motivated and enthusiastic and have the ability to demonstrate a high standard of workmanship whilst working with minimum supervision.

    Responsibilities

    Responsibilities:

    • Experienced engineer able to refurbish and install new lifts
    • Experience on installing various 3rd party equipment
    • Available for an immediate start
    • Willing to travel around the South East of the UK including working in central London
    • Able to work a night shift if required
    • Implement safe working practises whilst on site
    • Report any unsafe conditions
    • Lead the site if supported by sub-contract labour
    • Ensure the requirements of the companies QHSE policy statements are implemented
    • Ensure the works are completed in a timely manner
    • Report any material issues to their line manager
    • Follow the instructions of their line manager
    • Attend any training courses to improve their skill set
    • Actively look to raise and implement process improvement initiatives

    Qualifications

    • NVQ3 or equivalent qualification in a lift installation discipline is essential
    • Self motivated
    • Able to work alone or as part of a team as required
    • Full UK driving licence

     

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