Field Service Engineer Bristol

Post Title: Service Engineer - Bristol

Salary: £24k - £27k (Basic) OTE £30k plus

Location: Bristol

 

Closing Date for applications: 08/02/2019

 

 

Overall Purpose:

 

We are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic Service Engineer to join our team within the Pedestrian Doors Solutions division. 

 

Day to day duties include visiting customer sites carrying out planned and preventative maintenance and other service activities on our complete range and third party products. Individuals will be able to follow logical and systematic steps to diagnose existing and potential faults. 

 

You will recommend improvements to our customers and provide quotations on prospective work such as preventative care i.e. replacement of wear and tear parts to avoid breakdowns between service visits, upgrade's to improve functionality and the benefits of a 24/7 service agreement with the Company. Ideally you will have experience within the service industry and will be able to meet weekly/monthly KPI's set. 

 

Although full training is provided the ideal candidate will have the following: 

 

  • Previous knowledge and experience of working on automatic doors 
  • EN16005/BS7036 
  • Excellent communication skills 
  • Good organisational skills 
  • Mechanical and/or electrical knowledge 
  • CSCS Card 

 

You will have excellent organisation and communication skills to ensure the best service is delivered to our customers as well as the willingness to go the extra mile for our customers, which includes flexibility regarding working hours, call outs and weekend work. 

 

The ideal candidate will live in Bristol or surrounding areas.

 

To apply for this vacancy, please send your CV to: darren.king@fsrsolutions.co.uk

 

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