In 2007, Peter Gustavsson began as a service technician in Varberg, Sweden. Five years later, he became Service Project Manager, with responsibility for approx. 30 customers. Fast-forward five more years, and Peter became Service Manager in charge of three branches and 17 employees.
“In this role you meet lots of people and work with everything from rapid response to comprehensive total solutions. I think you need good social skills, and be self-motivated and goal-oriented to fit in as a Service Project Manager,” Peter says.
The clients are all over the province of Halland, Sweden, and consist of everything from small property owners to large industrial facilities.
“Sometimes I just need 3-4 employees, but right now we have a lot of big projects running simultaneously, so now we need a significantly larger number of people. It’s one of the advantages of working in a large company, there is always the opportunity to borrow more competent people from other departments.”