Lynx UK Ltd is a fast-growing business providing a telecoms asset management service to clients in the UK, Europe and America.
We have a growing workforce and have many permanent full and part time employees. As an equal opportunities employer, we are committed in valuing diversity and championing equality within our workforce. We offer a flexible working environment for individual who are energetic, focused and can work well in a team.
We have various roles and departments in our business from Warehouse Operatives, Sales Teams, Telecoms Engineers to Project Management.
At Lynx we invest in people, building careers for the future. If you are interested in any positions below please email your CV or request a full job description at HR@lynx-uk.com or call 01264 337 444 and ask for the HR department.
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Andover, (SP10) with travel UK & Europe
Mon- Fri 8:00 to 17:00
An opportunity to join our telecoms engineering team and learn telecoms from the ground up. You must be prepared to work away from home both in the UK and Europe. Working as part of a team you will assist with the onsite de-installation & recovery of our clients telecommunications equipment. As an independent worker you must have the ability to take instruction, good attention to detail and a keen interest in IT or telecoms and the willingness to learn new skills. Must hold a full UK driving licence.
Flexible with Travel UK & Europe
Mon-Fri 8:00 to 17:00
|An offsite based role with significant working time spent on clients site across the UK and Europe de-installing and recovering telecommunications equipment. You will be lifting and carrying telecoms stock and moving large telecoms racks using lifting aids, removing cabling as well as loading and unloading collections / deliveries of telecoms equipment requiring physical strength and the ability to safely handle stock items. A good understanding of manual handling, health and safety regulations and previous experience mechanical, electrical and optical disconnection of large systems is a must.|