The average pay for an Installation Manager with Customer Service skills is $12.00 per hour.
The average pay for an Installation Manager with Customer Service skills is $48,696 per year.
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Job Description for Installation Manager
Installation managers are responsible for ensuring that all installation objectives are completed and providing technical leadership to staff to complete installations in a timely manner. They must follow strict safety guidelines and wear protective gear to reduce the risks of accident and injury, and interpersonal skills are helpful to resolve installation problems and find innovative solutions.Read More...
These managers use specialized equipment for each project and may demonstrate different installation techniques for new staff, and should work well in a team setting with other managers and installation staff. Multitasking skills are beneficial in this position to prioritize tasks based on importance, and they may write reports based on their observations. They must teach proper installation processes and ensure safety at all times, and they're also tasked with verifying that all installed components meet the necessary standards and tests.
Installation managers also follow up with concerns and explain the functions of each object to clients, and must be able to stand on their feet for hours at a time and lift heavy objects on a regular basis. They may report their progress to an installation supervisor in the department. A high school diploma may be a minimum requirement for this position, and prior experience in the field is also necessary. Industry and leadership certifications may be beneficial. (Copyright 2018 PayScale.com)
Installation Manager Tasks
- Establish standards of performance for the operations and manage the staffs to achieve the performance standards.
- Ensure that pertinent documentation and paperwork are accurate and complete.
- Set and implement goals, policies, procedures, and ongoing metrics.
- Estimate time and cost to complete installations, maintenance, and repairs.
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