£30,000 to £40,000 Per Annum
North west London
Windmill Street, London
Salary - £30,000 - £40,000 (Dependent on Experience)
Hours: Monday – Friday 9 am – 5 pm with on-call Duties
Exciting opportunity for an Experienced Service Engineer to join a successful expanding company. You will be predominantly offering both on-site and remote support to clients which will involve fault finding and issue resolution. In return you will be offered a competitive salary of £30,000-£40,000 dependent on experience, excellent overtime rates payable after exceeding 1 hour of work.
As part of your role as Service Engineer you will work as part of the service department where you will build strong relationships with all service colleagues and the wider team. This role is client facing and you will be required to work closely with both the customers and other professionals to achieve the desired outcomes.
Service Engineer Responsibilities:
- Attend Call outs arriving promptly, in a presentable manner
- Full ownership of service tickets assigned to you in CRM ensuring updates are given with detailed and concise information
- Participate in weekly ticket and monthly service reviews
- Fault finding
I am very keen to speak to individuals who are passionate in delivering high quality customer service, with excellent knowledge of IT Networking, Audio Visual Systems, Satellite & Aerial installations, Home Automation control systems, IP Based phone systems & lighting and shading control systems.
- Service Engineers
- Audio Visual Engineers
- Installation Engineers
- Audio Visual Service Engineer
My client has an outstanding reputation for the design, supply, support, and installation technology solutions in the high-end residential sector. They are based in greater London, and you will have the opportunity to work on some of the most prestigious properties in the UK. Contributing to the first class service my client provides.
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