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Numerous industries have the need for trained individuals to install their products and others have a consistent need for professionals to aid with the installation of systems, manufacturing equipment and computers
There are dozens of job titles associated with this task, ranging from an IT installer to those working with appliances, security alarms, automobile accessories, HVAC units, utility equipment, satellite and cable television, swimming pools and numerous other items throughout households and businesses
Each individual position will have a unique set of requirements, though individuals performing this task must be trained in their specialised area of installation and many must be able to deal with a consistently changing set of surroundings and challenges. Special certifications are a must for certain positions such as an HVAC specialist and those working with technology and computer equipment usually need a university degree
Salaries depend on the field of expertise and specific position. Those installing television equipment and basic utility equipment will make about £20,000 to £30,000 a year, HVAC specialists about £37,000 a year and IT installation specialists can earn well over £40,000 a year.
As the name suggests an Installer, tests, installs, or maintains equipment or machinery. They work in various sectors and businesses. They perform many technical functions and may work at a specific location or go to their client location to install the company’s equipment. They receive good salaries and benefits. They may work typical office hours or work on a shift basis. They must be flexible.
An Installer usually performs many of the following tasks:
• Conducting repairs on equipment
• Installing machines and other equipment
• Following safety guidelines
• Performing safety and work tests
• Ordering tools and work equipment
• Visiting client locations
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£80.00 per day
Watford, WD25 0DQ
Sutton, London, South East, UK
From £8.50 to £10.50 per hour Hourly rate based on experience
Jarrow, Tyne and Wear, North East, UK
£11 To £11.50 Per Hour, Dependent On Experience
£37000 - £45000 per annum + OTE+ Local travel!
Banbury, Oxfordshire, South East, UK
£20 - £30 per hour, dependent on experience
£37000 - £45000/annum OTE+ Local travel
Banbury, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
£30000 - £35000/annum
London, United Kingdom
From £270 to £400 per day
South West London, London, South East, UK
£40 per hour, dependent on experience
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