Lift Repair Manager

£35000 - £40000 per year
01 Nov 2017
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

An exciting opportunity for an experience Service or Repair Manager in the North East to join my client, an industry leader within the lift, stairlift & escalator field of engineering.

The company is a manufacturer of lifts, stairlifts, cranes and hoists, founded in 1867 and still operating as a close-knit, family style business. They offer great career progression, competitive basic salaries and a fantastic package of benefits and company perks.

The role for the Repair Manager will involve:

  • Managing the field workforce in the areas of health & safety, quality, productivity and customer service.
  • Developing and maintaining an appropriate level of technical knowledge of the products on the maintenance portfolio.
  • Ensuring that the field repair and service team have the necessary technical knowledge.
  • Identifying the training needs for yourself and the teams and that you ensure that these needs are fulfilled.
  • Ensuring the effectiveness of Personal Focus and Performance Reviews, as an aid to this.
  • Reviewing any product related information, such as PDN's, Safety Notices, Retrofit Instructions etc. and ensure that these are communicated to the team effectively and that they are complied with.
  • Ensuring that your team contributes to the achievement of budgets and business objectives.
  • Develop, agree and implement plans to address matters of issues, risks and opportunities which might impact on the business
  • Managing the organisation and procurement of sub-contract labour.

The successful individual for the role of the Repair Manager will have:

  • IOSH Managing Safely
  • NVQ 3/NVQ 4 in Lift Engineering
  • Previous experience in a management or supervisory based role within the lift, escalator or stairlift industry.

The benefits:

  • Competitive salary, dependent on experience
  • A share in company earnings.
  • Childcare Voucher
  • Cycle to Work Scheme
  • Simply Health Cash Plan
  • Contributory Pension Scheme
  • 25 Days Annual Leave & Bank Holidays
  • Excellent training and progression plan scheme

If you feel you have the appropriate skills and experience, and would be interested in an opportunity within a great, industry leader, please apply below.

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