AHJAY

We are looking for someone new….

Our NEW role would see you using both head and hands.   

Before you read about the specific role, it will be helpful to outline our vision for new staff. We will include a lot in this document, but please do not be put off by that – we simply want you to have lots of info in advance, and we do not expect you to match every bullet-point perfectly.

  •      First and foremost, you will be a hands-on modeller or railway modeller who enjoys the hobby and enjoys sharing and with others.
  •      In the hobby your whole life or new and keen to do more -it is all the same to us as longer does not always mean better and new does not necessarily mean unskilled!
  •      We don’t care what you prefer to model as long as it broadly fits with our product profile.
  •      We do not care if you control trains with DC or DCC. Most of what we do works well with both.
  •      You will care about what you do and go the extra mile when needed because it matters to you.
  •      You can be ANY age… We truly do not care - but you must have high personal standards.
  •      You will need to have an open mind and a willingness to learn and share knowledge.
  •      You will be reliable, versatile, flexible and consistent in your approach to people, your hobby and work… You will work well with others and take pride in positive results.
  •      You will be able to work from our Settle offices on a flexible schedule (we are open 7 days a week, and staff attendance varies to ensure that we cover all 7 days with appropriate staff).
As part of a group of three, you would be analysing customer problems, helping with customer queries, providing technical service information, building test and demonstration layouts for dealer and show use, testing new products, teaching customers how to do it properly….

Interested? Please click on the PDF file which contains more informaiton.

pdf We are seeking a tech service addition.pdf     

kind regards

Richard Johnson / Ahjay
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David Todd
I can be quite flexible with my start date. ðŸ˜‡
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Bunkerbarge
Can you move your operation down to Lincolnshire?  If you can I can start immediately!!
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Jaz Avalley JazAvalley
Getting to model full time, getting your product free to do it, getting the opportunity to gab about it to others, AND getting paid be still my heart....You'll get mowed down by the stampede I expect!

Jaz Avalley

Model Railway Discussion Group

https://www.facebook.com/groups/495282280644117/
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Dunnyrail
I was quite keen till I realised that the post was based in Settle. Tricky Train Commute from St.Neots, particularly for a Sunday!
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AHJAY
Surely its worth you moving to the best part of the UK for 2 steam specials or more in off season, 8 or more per week on summer... all within 30 feet of the office door :-)

We even allow an occasional "more southern" steam loco on the line (of course we MR/LMS modellers face the station door as it passes)

regards

Ahjay
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David Todd
Shame, but you dont have the same sea views.

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m.bryan
This is my view on my commute to Settle. Looking across to Settle Junction with Pen-Y-Ghent in the background
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With apologies to AHJAY, some non LMS steam. (We sometimes get let out for good behaviour to see them pass)35018 1Z84.jpg 

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Mick
DCCConcepts Tech/Customer support
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