Field Engineer - Blackburn/Nationwide

Recruiter
Sprint Employment Services
Location
Blackburn, Blackburn with Darwen
Salary
£18000 - £32000/annum Pension, healthcare, plus allowanc
Posted
13 Jun 2017
Closes
13 Jul 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Field Engineer – Lancashire/Nationwide

Our client is a market leader in office space technology, and due to continued success in their sector, our client is looking to appoint a Field Engineer based at their Blackburn HQ but visiting projects nationwide.

The Role

Installing and testing of sensor systems in client’s buildings across the UK.
Assessing 2D CAD plans to get the number of sensors and hosts required for the system
Site visit to check for layout changes and assess radio noise levels and range
Commission the sensors for the system
Install sensors the sensors and hosts (must be physically fit to install over 400 sensors in a day)
Check system operation by running various tests
Create dashboard – load plans showing sensor locations and survey
Training customers on the use of the system
The Package

£18k basic plus overtime plus on site allowances plus all expenses paid
(Package will be approx £28-£32k)
23 days holiday plus 8 days bank holidays
Company pension scheme
Pool car or van when away on business
The Candidate

Needs full driving license as there will be extensive travel nationwide (you will be out of the office most of the week)
IT / networking experience
Excellent communication skill with the ability to communicate with IT and facilities managers to complete the install, as well as the managers who will be using the data
Full on the job training given on the product
Have a ‘can do’ attitude and be able to proactively problem solve when working alone
Due to the type of product (desk sensors) we mainly install outside of office hours, so there is a lot of evening and weekend work

This role would suit someone in the IT sector or having experience of installing CCT/Security systems or from a telecoms background

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