Workshop Engineer (Medical Diagnostic Systems)

Recruiter
TRS Consulting
Location
Maidstone
Salary
£28K (OTE £31K) + Bonus + Benefits
Posted
04 Nov 2017
Closes
16 Nov 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Workshop Engineer (Medical Diagnostic Systems)

£26K - £28K (OTE £31K) + £3K Bonus + Excellent benefits package including Healthcare, Contributory Pension Scheme and Full and Comprehensive Manufacturers based Product Training

**A fantastic opportunity for an Electronic Field Service Engineer or Electronic Technical Support Engineer from any high value capital equipment background to join a market leader in sophisticated medical equipment, offering first class industry recognised systems product training and opportunities for career development**

The Company - Workshop Engineer (Medical Diagnostic Systems)

My client is a well respected supplier of sophisticated medical diagnostics systems, trusted by healthcare professionals to accurately diagnose and test patients for a wide range of medical conditions and diseases. This instantly recognisable brand leader supplies a wide range of innovative diagnostic based laboratory and medical systems to the healthcare sector, and offers 'best in class' solutions across their range of products and systems, which include applications for microbiology, immunodiagnostics, molecular diagnostics and blood bank screening. Supported by a truly multi-national 'blue-chip' technology group with representation in over 150 countries, their commitment to investment in Research and Development is second to none in their industry, ensuring that they remain a market leader. At the core of their business lie product innovation, excellent customer service and good people.

The Role - Workshop Engineer (Medical Diagnostic Systems)

Following expansion, they seek to recruit a customer focused and technically motivated Workshop Engineer, responsible for the repair, service and technical support of their full range of products. After full and comprehensive industry recognised training, you will become a product and technical support specialist on some of the most sophisticated medical equipment in the field.

Your Background - Workshop Engineer (Medical Diagnostic Systems)

To be considered for this exciting role, you must be able to demonstrate a background working in a field service or technical support role, gained within a high value electronic capital equipment environment. You should be qualified in electronics or another relevant technical discipline. Applications are encouraged from service engineers from a wide range of electronic sectors. You must have impeccable customer service skills and a confident and professional manner in customer facing environments, is you will be representing this organisation on a global scale.

The Benefits - Workshop Engineer (Medical Diagnostic Systems)

This is an excellent opportunity to join a world-class life healthcare organisation. You will be joining a national team of engineers who take great pride in their work and who aim to build upon long-term relationships with customers. You will be continually challenged as you are exposed to new technologies. You will receive constant support and guidance from senior management and your technical knowledge will be furthered through training courses. For those with the desire there are opportunities to progress your career into more technical specialist roles.

In return, the successful applicant will benefit from first class product training, recognised by the medical industry, which will run on an ongoing basis as new products are introduced. A generous remuneration package is also guaranteed, including competitive salary of up to £28K, £3K bonus, healthcare, contributory pension scheme, phone and laptop, along with the opportunity to progress your career within a market leading organisation.

This vacancy is being advertised by TRS Consulting. The services advertised by TRS Consulting are those of an employment agency and / or employment business.


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