Lift Engineer CV Example
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Professional SummaryI am an experienced lift engineer who has progressed from an apprentice role and who now possesses all of the qualifications and knowledge required by modern lift engineers. I have gained experience with the installation of lifts into new buildings and am familiar with all of the repair and maintenance issues that arise with lifting equipment. I have worked all over the UK and am prepared to travel to meet the demands of any job. I have good written and computer skills, so can update safety and inspection records whilst in the field or from the office. I am well versed in the fit out of lifts, lifting gear and lift wells. I have worked shift patterns in the past and I am familiar with emergency call out operations.
Core QualificationsLevel 3 (NVQ) Diploma in Engineering Maintenance, Example College 2009 - 2010
- Level 2 Certificate in Mechanical Engineering
- Level 2 Diploma in Access to Building Services Engineering
- SEMTA registered
- Full, clean driving license
Academic QualificationsMechanical Engineering HND | Example CollegeGCSEs in Maths (B) Technology (B) Science (C) English (C) and Geography (D)
- I can understand all lift schematics and safety procedures.
- I am able to learn new lift technology and I'm a self-starter with ongoing professional development.
- I am an excellent problem solver and can work flexibly, when needed.
Work ExperienceLift Engineer | Southampton - June 2007 - Present
- Responsible for installing new lifts and fitting out all lift gear in new build environments.
- Ensuring all work is conducted within Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER).
- Providing advice to clients especially where older lifts required upgrades or improvements.
- Gained experience of field work with a wide range of lift and escalator technology.
- Responsible for updating client records on computers and producing safety documents.
- Provided reports on overload detection devices for senior lift engineers.