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Gate Automation Service and Installation Engineer

Gate Automation Service and Installation Engineer - M25 area/Home Counties

Salary: £27,500 - £30,000 depending on experience

The Company

Our Client is a leading manufacturer and supplier of high quality access control solutions.

They have been supplying and fitting all types of automatic electric gates, barriers and access control solutions for 25 years.

Because they make to order, everything they do is custom designed to ensure the customer has a system that is perfect for their own individual requirements.

The superior craftsmanship and attention to detail is obvious in all of their products and installations.

The Role

Reporting to the Production & Installation Manager, your role as a field based Installation, Service and Maintenance Engineer, will be covering the M25 area/Home Counties, working on a wide and varied range of projects both individually and as part of a team, installing electrically operated vehicle and pedestrian gates, car park barriers and access control systems.

Working to the highest possible standards of health & safety, and taking account of relevant legislation, you will be expected to take responsibility for complete installations, from ground works through to all associated controls, and be able to communicate effectively and professionally with both customers and other members of the team.

Essential Skills & Requirements:

? A hard working and conscientious field based service and installation engineer, with good attention to detail and strong customer focus
? You must have experience of installing, maintaining and servicing automatic gates, barriers, entry and access control systems
? Your current or previous roles may have included Gate Automation Engineer, Access Control Engineer, Installation & Service Engineer, Automatic-Electric Gate Engineer, or similar
? You will have a recognised electrical qualification
? You must have an electromechanical background, with the ability to fault find and repair