One of my clients is a specialist in the manufacture, installation and maintenance of traction and hydraulic lift equipment across the South-East of England. They are actively looking for several Lift Installation & Modernisation Engineer to handle new projects to the business across London and the Home Counties. The bulk of this work will be based within the Central London area.
The role for the Lift Installation & Modernisation Engineer will involve;
Installation and modernisation of traction and hydraulic lift equipment across the South-East of England.
Working as part of a small team, supported by an Engineer’s Mate at all times.
Being responsible for H&S of self and others whilst working on site.
Updating the client with works’ progress and working closely with Project and Site Managers.
Reporting to the Department Manager to discuss amendments to schedule and completion dates.
This role requires industry specific experience and qualifications, including;
An NVQ 3 in Lift Installation, BTEC in Lift Engineering, NALM Modules or J-Module Training (J26).
At least 3 years’ experience in the installation and modernisation of traction and hydraulic lift equipment.
The willingness to work on various sites within the M25.
The ability to mentor and work alongside an Engineer’s Mate.
Ideally a full UK Driving License, however this is not essential.
This role is offering an excellent remuneration package, including;
A basic salary of up to £42,500 per annum.
The opportunity to completed industry related training courses and qualifications.
Contract of 40 hours, with enhanced rates paid for all overtime.
20 days’ annual leave, increasing with length of service.
1 day’s extra annual leave for your birthday.
Health care cash plans.
Share save scheme options.
Company van and fuel card.
A company perks’ scheme, including free snacks and coffees.
If you are an experienced Lift Installation & Modernisation Engineer willing to work in Central London, please apply with your most recent CV. We will be in touch with more information on the role and interview arrangements.