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Elevator installers are responsible for installing, maintaining and repairing elevators, escalators and other types of lifts and moving walkways. Part of an elevator installer's job involves reading and interpreting blueprints, trouble-shooting and identifying malfunctions in any part of the elevator mechanism, performing repairs and testing newly installed elevators.
This is a highly responsible job that requires extensive on the job training. Most elevator installers complete a four-year apprenticeship to learn all aspects of the job. During each year of the program, they must complete a minimum of 144 hours of technical instruction in addition to 2,000 hours on the job training, which is paid for. Licensing is necessary to work as an elevator installer in some states.
Elevator installers must have strong mechanical skills as well as above average physical strength and stamina.
The interview questions for this position will be directed towards evaluating your knowledge of the job and your work experience. Can you troubleshoot and identify problems? Can you work as part of a team and follow instructions? Can you work independently when necessary? Take a look at elevator installer mock interview questions to know more about what questions to expect at your job interview.