Additional Resources Ltd.
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Trainee Door Engineer

Trainee Door Engineer

Location: New Malden, London

Salary: £26k - £28k + Excellent Benefits

Job Type: Full - Time, Permanent

The Client:

Our client is a well-established home improvements business with showrooms across London and the south-east, specialising in garage door installations, automated garage doors, security shutters, bi-folding sliding doors, front doors etc.

The Role:

As aDoor Engineer, you will play a pivotal role in repairing a portfolio of doors, primarily at residential properties and ensuring excellent service.

Training will be provided for the suitable, enthusiastic, and dedicated individual - someone with authentic work ethics and hands-on practical skills.


* Previously worked as a Trainee Door Engineer or in a similar role.

* Prior experience in home improvements, construction industry, double glazing, motor trade, or similar fields.



* 4 weeks holiday

* Pension contributions

* Panel van, mobile phone

Apply now for this exceptional opportunity to work with a dynamic team and further enhance your career.

Keywords: garage, installation, repair, maintenance, security, shutters, engineer, door, service, home, improvement, technician, access, control, industrial, roller, automatic

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