UK SERVICE MANAGER - PROCESS DIVISION
A fantastic opportunity has arisen with a multi million pound turnover automation company who are looking for a UK Service Manager. The company was established over 75 years ago, and has grown successfully ever since. Due to the company ethos, staff are extremely loyal and barely anybody leaves due to growth succsess which creates countless progression opportunities. The company has a high quality automation offering and is strong in the market.
The right candidate will have a Degree/HNC qualification OR/AND industry experience in environmental technology. Experience in one of the following areas Instrumentation/Gas Detection/Gas Analysers/CEM's would be advantageous. People management experience is essential as the role has eight reports. The candidate should be customer facing, driven, have strong analytical skills and be computer literate.
The role will require managing a team of Service Engineers on a daily basis throughout the UK. Building, maintaining and developing strong links with customers is of high importantance, along side managing service contracts to ensure effective utilization of resources. The manager would be required to carry out site visits and communitcate with the PA Manager and Sales Specialists to assist with market intelligence.
Northern Home Counties
There are no specialist Health & Safety issues related to this role.
Permanent (unless otherwise stated in the job title above).
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