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Lift Engineer Modernisation Glasgow Job
Glasgow (G2), Glasgow
Salary: Very Competetive
Kone have an exciting opportunity for a skilled and experienced Lift Engineer specialising in Modernisation.

Ideally we are looking for someone in Glasgow with a drivers licence, experience of major lift engineering repairs and modernisations.

If you are seeking a new opportunity in the industry and if this sounds like the kind of job you want to go for then please apply now.

About us: 
KONE provides innovative and eco-efficient solutions for lifts, escalators, doors, loading bays and access. We support our customers every step of the way; from design, manufacturing and installation to maintenance and modernisation. We employ over 43,000 dedicated experts to serve you globally and locally in 50 countries. 

We are looking for: 

Qualifications and previous experience:

  • NVQ 3 or equivalent experience in Lift Engineering
  • Previous experience in a lift installation/repair/modernisation role
  • Responsive to changing needs of the working environment
  • Ability to learn new skills
  • Effective communicator
We offer:

At KONE we strive to be a great place to work and we are proud to offer a wide range of experiences and opportunities that will help you to achieve your career and personal goals and enable you to live a healthy and balanced life.

Benefits: Very competetive salary, 25 Days Holiday, Company Pension Scheme, Childcare Vouchers, Employee Assistance Programme, PDI, Life Assurance, Cycle to Work Scheme

If you feel that you have the relevant experience and expertise then please apply now. 

When you apply for a position at Kone, you know that you are applying for the best. 

Please feel free to write a covering letter when you apply for this position. 

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