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Lift Engineer

Job description

Do you live local to NG12 & have extensive Lift Engineering experience? Thorn Baker Industrial Recruitment have an exciting opportunity and are working with a prestigious Lift Engineering company based in the NG12 area of Nottingham. 

About the client:

They are a family-owned company with a national reputation for delivering a range of high-quality engineering services to the industry.

Pay & Benefits for you:

  • Salary is dependant on experience (£35,000 - £60,000)
  • Generous Pension scheme
  • On-site parking
  • Chance for progression due to company growth 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Undertaking technical site surveys for diagnosis and repair
  • Liaising with sub-contractors and ensuring the quality of their work, as well as compliance with Health & Safety policies
  • Conducting on-site surveys and liaising with customers in order to agree works undertaken
  • Managing controller and rewiring modernisation projects
  • Replacing door operators
  • Adapting and replacing lift drives
  • Assisting in the construction of control panels, top of car controls, car operating panels in our workshop etc.
  • Provision of regular status reports and essential administration

Experience and Qualifications:

  • You will be technically proficient
  • ideally qualified to NVQ3 level or have clear evidence of proficiency
  • You will be confident in lift controller fault finding and have a strong grasp of the key component parts of lift operations, including VVF drives, door operators and control boards.
  • You will be keen to progress (opportunities exist to obtain NVQ4 qualifications) and you will be prepared to travel to where the work is.

Next steps:

Apply with your CV in the Nottingham office if you require any further information. When you’ve successfully completed this step you will receive a date to start with our client, usual turnaround time is a week.

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