Careers – AGS


Working @ AGS

Our team consists of 120 qualified engineers, technicians, manufacturing and installation workers with high experience in designing Cutting and installing Windows, Doors and Curtain Walls.

We are not just manufacturers, we are partners in the success of any project we are a part of with the highest quality standards.
With the experience and support of our dedicated professional workforce, AGS has never failed to help our clients to achieve their expectations.

Thus, now we are a market leader in providing services for both private and public sectors.
Our team is looking ahead to the future needs of industry, and is ready for all the challenges

• Run and Manage the fabrication, assembly, and installation of Aluminum and glassworks.
• Managing production and planning activities from preprocessing up to final inspection
• Study the project contract documents (time schedule, project design drawings, BOQ, etc.).
• Estimate the Cost of Aluminum and glass and prepare budget control for each project.
• Prepare material, quantity take-off, and fabrication cutting list.
• Monitor the production processes and adjust schedules as needed.
• Participate in solving/reporting any unexpected technical difficulties, and other problems that may arise during installation.
• Prepare all required reports daily, weekly, monthly.
• Prepare and finalize all required documents/approvals/tests by consultants in projects.
• Responsible for Allocation of Material.
• Contribute ideas for improving the final products and processes.

Depending on assignment, our team members may do any of the following duties:

-Operate small and large machines in the production of doors & windows
-Work on door & window assembly lines
-Inspect all product for quality
-Machining products for hardware installation
-Material preparation and material handling
-Staging and packaging finished product for delivery
-Other general warehouse duties as needed

• Supporting the Engineering team during planning, design, development, installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting processes.
• Analyzing existing systems and operations and developing preventative maintenance strategies.
• Identifying potential problems and notifying the relevant stakeholders in a timely manner.
• Monitoring processes, workers, and methods, and developing plans for increased efficiency.

Sell Technical Products
• Technical sales engineers spend a good portion of their day meeting with existing and potential customers, explaining product features, presenting and demonstrating new products, and determining which products meet the needs of each individual customer.
• They complete proposals, write up sales orders, prepare sales documents, and negotiate contract terms.

Provide Technical Support
• One of the main responsibilities of a technical sales engineer is to provide a post-sales supporting point for customers. In this role, they discuss and troubleshoot any problems with a recently purchased product, make minor adjustments or repairs, and log issues to be discussed with the production team.

Manage Sales Territory
• It is up to technical sales engineers to grow a sales territory.
• They create relationships with existing customers and make frequent visits to customer sites to ensure all products are working effectively.
• They also meet with potential customers to discuss new and upcoming products and provide leadership to other sales members.

Attend Trade Exhibitions, Seminars, and Conferences
• Technical sales engineers are typically the face of their company at trade shows, where they discuss products and product development with interested parties.
• They also attend training seminars and industry conferences to learn about industry trends and sales techniques, as well as network with other sales engineers.

Discuss Product Enhancements and New Product Development
• Since technical sales engineers are usually the first individuals to test out new products to customers, it is up to these individuals to record any issues, note consistent problems, and offer ideas to enhance technical products.
• Technical sales engineers might also be called upon to offer suggestions during new product development

• Review material take-off sheets
• Compare purchase requests to material take-off sheets
• Adjust purchase requests after checking stock levels, under delivery and project schedules
• Coordinate with projects and factory to determine accurate material needs
• Enter Purchase requests details into internal database