Monday, 18 July 2016

A day in the life of an Installations Engineer at Guestline, Paul Clegg


I am employed as a Field based engineer and my role includes installing Guestline’s PMS & EPOS Systems, Call Logging, Door Locking, Chip and Pin systems and carrying out Site Surveys. When not on the road, I work in Support, alongside the Additional Work Department.

I thoroughly enjoy dealing with third party companies, working closely with, advising, troubleshooting and resolving any issues. As you can see, it’s a varied role and I’m constantly learning, but it’s really enjoyable.

My day can start anytime from 05.00, depending on location (I always try to be on site by 10.00, no matter where), and finish whenever the job is complete. This sometimes requires an overnight stay in the hotel I’m working at.

My work is usually given to me via Projects (along with any discussions and telephone calls that have been made and the agreed timescales) and then I’m off to site. 

I have 2 trusty steeds, my work one, a VW Passat; we cover approximately 45,000 miles a year, and my hobby one, a Triumph Speedmaster, only doing approximately 5,000 miles a year. 

I am ex-forces, Army, (REME) and I attend a lot of Motorcycle Charity events. I am a Member of TOMCC (Triumph Owners Motorcycle Club) and Triumph Euro. This year I will be attending 7 events both home and abroad. 

I enjoy watching football, I am an All Red Member (Liverpool Football Club) and I attend games whenever possible. I also enjoy going to concerts. 

In the past year I have seen AC DC, Slash, Queen, Fleetwood Mac and The Foo Fighters – there are still so many more to see!


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