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Hey All, I am am now a meter fixer up in scotland working for Scot power, money is really poor, wish i was back with B.T. or back in Oz.. anyway hi to you all home to have some fun on here and learn as much as possible... to get back to OZ..
ANYONE know of other company who looking for meter fixer let me know.. cheers..:):):):)
 
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Welcome aboard - good luck with things! Chin up eh?:)
 
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just wondering if anyone could give me any hints or tips for a meter fixer interview tomorrow.There asking questions about the job role and I am new to it.Fully trained but would like a heads up.Cheers if anyone can help.
 
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allright there i got a interview with sp for a meter fixer job would you recomed it ? currently in call centre . do you wor as part of a team or on your own ? do you get your own van ? hows the money ?
 
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it all depends on how much you like your own job.. I have left SP and with Scottish Pish Electric.. they are all the same crap.. your day flies in but you do far to much for what you get paid money is crap.. call me if you want anymore detail.. own van not for private use though.. 07825015876
 
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Is it just the basic meter set up you guys are doing or have they started training you up on white meter heating set ups?
 
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it all depends on how much you like your own job.. I have left SP and with Scottish Pish Electric.. they are all the same crap.. your day flies in but you do far to much for what you get paid money is crap.. call me if you want anymore detail.. own van not for private use though.. 07825015876

what is the training like ? how many meters do you have to change per day ? would you say that it is a easy job your reply would be appreciated mate.
 
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hi

I am just waiting for a telephone interview from scottish power for a meter fixer.
It will be a completely new field for me so I would like to give it a go.
I was wondering if anyone could give me pointers on the type of questions they ask on the phone. Can anyone advise???
Also what is their training like?

Many Thanks in advance.
Neil
 
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you should prepare questions to ask them good way of showing initiative
 
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nchesh

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Thanks for the reply.

What sort of questions would you think they will ask, and what sort of experience would they be looking for.

I am not from an installation background and my electrical knowledge is based on home DIY. Would you think that this is sufficient for there requirements?

Regards
Neil
 
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please can any one tell me what a meter fixer does in detail for scottish power need to sell myself tomorrow , for interveiw cheers john
 
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