Are you wondering what smart meter installer jobs entail? Smart meter installers, install, maintain and repair dual fuel (gas and electric) smart meters in residential, commercial and industrial premises.
Some of your day-to-day duties may include fitting new smart meters or removing existing ones. You may also carry out various tests to ensure the meter is working and explain to customers how to read the meter. If this role interests you then find out what skills you need to apply!
Smart Meter Installer jobs – the skills you need
Smart meter installer jobs require you to be able to work well under pressure, be good at solving problems and understand the importance of health and safety.
As you will need to interact with clients in a friendly and professional manner, having excellent customer service skills is therefore necessary. You also need to be able to happily work on your feet for long periods of time.
Having previous experience with gas meter installation will help you excel in this field!
A career as a Smart Meter Installer
If you’re looking for Smart meter installer Jobs then you have come to the right place and we can help you! At Search Technical & Engineering, we offer both full- time or permanent roles in smart meter installation, ranging from entry-level to senior positions. We recruit nationwide from our offices in locations throughout the UK. These include Glasgow, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Manchester, Aberdeen, Inverness, Dunfermline, Leeds, Crawley and Brighton.
Contact us to find out how we can help your career, and if you haven’t done so already, have a browse through our current smart meter installer jobs and apply now!
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