£29,000 to £31,000 Per Annum
Roller Shutter/ Industrial Door Engineer - London and South East region
Basic salary on 40 hrs £29,000 - £31,000 p/a + overtime.
Our client is an Independent Roller Shutter, Industrial Door and Door specialist based in the South East.
They are searching for an experienced and skilled Roller Shutter/Industrial Door engineer to cover the London and South East region.
Our Client carry out installations, repairs and maintenance to all types of rolling shutters, industrial doors, shop front doors, automatic & manual aluminium entrance doors including access control systems.
Due to continual growth and expansion they are looking to recruit an experienced and skilled Roller Shutter/Industrial Door Engineer to cover London and South East region.
Based from their offices in Romford Essex and from home, your work will be scheduled and allocated centrally through their offices, where you will be responsible for Installations, fault finding/repairing and maintenance of a wide range of roller shutters, industrial doors & manual doors of all types.
Their clients vary, from commercial, High Street retail, schools, hospitals, industrial, manufacturing, etc.
Experience & Requirements:
Previous Field Service experience within the industry is essential
Automatic door and door entry system experience would be a great advantage.
Good knowledge and experience with all types of industrial doors.
Mechanical Engineering skills.
Able to pass a CRB check (For security clearance)
This is a permanent position, with an immediate start for the selected candidate.
You must have a history within the Roller Shutter/Industrial Door industry to apply for this position.
Excellent Earning potential & Overtime
Company vehicle, Company Phone, Training and Progression
If you believe you have the right experience and qualifications please forward your CV as soon as possible.
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