Current Vacancies

Portcullis Gate Automation, part of the Portico Security Group Ltd, is an expanding electric gate specialist serving the UK with branches in London and the South.

Experienced Engineers

Do you have an electro/mechanical background and are now looking for a progressive company who will further your career?

Due to continued growth we are looking to recruit experienced access control engineers for on-site mechanical and electrical installation and wiring.

Ideal candidates will be competent in the whole process from groundwork, such as installing the gate posts and underground cabling, right through to commissioning and force testing the automation system ensuring it complies with the latest health and safety requirements.

Experience working with any of the following gate automation equipment would be beneficial; BFT, BPT, CAME, DEA, DITEC, FAAC, FADINI, GIBIDI, NICE, TELCOMA, VIDEX, TELGUARD.

Gate and Fencing Installers

We are looking for experienced gate and fencing installers to work on a sub-contract basis; excellent rates of pay.

Semi-Skilled or Trainee

Do you have some of the key abilities above but no experience within the automation industry?

We would like to hear from you if this rapidly expanding industry appeals to you.

The following are the minimum requirements to qualify for an interview in any position;

CSCS Certificated.

Full clean licence to drive in the UK.

UK or EU Citizen.

A stable work history with recent references.

We are often required to work on sites such as the MOD which require high level security clearance therefore we do not have vacancies for any person with a criminal record.
As you will be liaising face to face with our clients you will be expected to be of smart appearance with a clear speaking voice, have good communication skills, and remain calm under pressure.

To find out more about joining our team please telephone or e-mail to request an application form.

Telephone: 0845 602 0846.
E-mail: info@portcullisgates.co.uk.
Please address all correspondence to John Stevenson