Gate Engineer

Ref No. EMP506312
Salary £36,000/annum
Location Reading, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status Not Specified


Gate Engineer

Salary: 36,000 Per Annum

Location Reading: Covering Berkshire and West London


Gate Automation

The Job

Gate Engineer

Salary: 36,000 Per Annum

Location Reading: Covering Berkshire and West London

My client are looking for experienced Gate Engineer to join a small unit of 5 other engineers to work in a family run business. Working predominantly on Domestic Gate Service and Maintenance / Reactive calls.

As a Gate Engineer you will be field based in Berkshire and the surrounding areas.

Engineers from a Alarm / Electronic Security background will be considered if you can show a willingness to learn and develop your career.

Job Profile:

  • Maintenance of Automated Gates and Barriers; fault finding and repairs to automated gates and barriers
  • Servicing of automated gates and barriers for our contract customers
  • Breakdown and repairs
  • Force Testing and Risk Assessment s
  • Completion of Safety Reports
  • On-site troubleshooting
  • Quotations

Person & Skills Profile

  • Experience working with any of the following gate automation equipment would be beneficial; BFT, BPT, CAME, DEA, DITEC, FAAC, FADINI, GIBIDI, NICE, TELCOMA, VIDEX, TELGUARD
  • Welding Experience
  • Knowledge of gate equipment i.e. electric motors, control systems etc.
  • Customer Service Skills
  • Professional attitude and a good work ethic


  • Overtime available
  • Company van available
  • 20 day annual leave allowance plus bank holidays
  • Company uniform
  • Safety/PPE equipment
  • Tools provided
  • Gate Safe Training
  • Company Pension Scheme

To apply for the Gate Engineer role please forward your details

Matchtech acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.

Gattaca Plc provides support services to Matchtech and may assist with processing your application.

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