Product Support Technician

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    £25,000 - £27,000 per annum

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    Kelly Grey

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    01623 629966

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    about 2 years ago

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To work as part of a technical support team for a leading manufacturer. The candidate should be able to easily identify electronic faults down to the component level in order to diagnose and repair lighting fixtures. He/she should have a thirst for knowledge in order to keep up with technologies and trends in order to best support customers from a technical perspective.

Advanced studies in electronics, electrical, mechanical or industrial engineering, experience or equivalent combination of education and experience in repair/service of lighting, small electronics or technical products would be highly advantageous.

Ideally, the candidate should be flexible and open to taking a variety of different challenges within their day to day – we operate with a ‘one team’ philosophy which means that at times everyone is asked to take on roles outside of their primary objective.

The ability to interpret technical instructions, follow established procedures, and keep accurate records is essential. As are good observation, analytical and communications skills. You should also possess efficient time-management skills with the ability to work independently with little supervision in a fast- paced environment. 

If you feel that you have the skills to meet this position please forward your CV and covering letter outlining exactly what you are looking for and what you can bring to the role to kelly.grey@ambitionspersonnel.com or call 01623 629966.

This vacancy is being advertised on behalf of Ambitions Personnel who are operating as an employment agency.

Due to the volume of applications we receive, unfortunately, we are unable to provide individual feedback. If you have not heard from us within 7 days, please assume that your application has not been successful.