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Service Manager - Industrial Doors

Service Manager - Newcastle Upon Tyne

Salary: £55,000.00 - £70,000.00 per year

Our client is a leading designer and manufacturer of industrial door systems including high speed roller doors and commercial roller shutters.

Very customer-centric, the ultimate goal is to help companies to take control of their environment and operational efficiency and fire and security risks.

This is a national role, over-seeing engineers working throughout the UK.

This is a senior management position.

The service manager will have control of service department staff and engineers nationwide, ensuring compliance to all health and safety and efficient and profitable operation.

Essential Skills & Requirements:

? Managing service department administration and engineers on site
? Understanding and operating company systems around costing, invoicing and delivering targets
? System building to deliver KPI's timely and accurately to deliver output per operative analysis time and costs
? Planning operations
? Customer care
? Control of vehicles, system maintenance for service
? All Health & Safety aspects SOP's overview and controls
? Staff training and engagement
? Staff development plans

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