Directory Listing of ATM Engineering Recruitment Agencies in the UK
The purpose of an ATM Engineer is to install, repair and maintain ATM machines. They usually work for financial organisations, such as banks and building societies.
In order to become an ATM Engineer, experience within the electronics field is usually required - however a college diploma can serve as an entry-level qualification. People with certificates and degrees in Computer Science, Mechatronic Technology, and other related subjects will usually be favoured. Specialist ATM training courses could also provide a platform into the industry. There are various other requirements that are essential for the job, for example, staff should have a full UK driver's license, the ability to lift at least 20 kg, and a basic understanding of computers.
Applicants with no qualifications may also be considered if they have had previous experience servicing computers and office equipment.
Employers and salaries
There are an abundance of jobs available throughout the UK for both day and nighttime Engineers. ATM Service Engineers may also be asked to work for financial organisations overseas. Jobs and candidates for this role can often be found through recruitment agencies.
Salaries usually start at around £26,000 and could reach up to around £43,000. ATM Engineers could eventually move on to work as self employed Contractors, earning as much as £50,000 per year.
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