Service Engineer (Local Patch)

Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd
10 Jan 2018
09 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Full Time
Service Engineer (Patch)

£25,000 - £30,000 + overtime (OTE 35k) + pension + 33 days holiday

Peterborough, Cambridgeshire

Are you a Service Engineer with mechanical or electrical experience looking for technical progression through specialist training, to work a local patch and to increase your earnings through plenty of overtime?

On offer is the opportunity to build your career at a specialist company in the Renewable Energy industry and to significantly boost your earnings through plenty of overtime.

This is the chance to join a leading worldwide manufacturer in the Renewable Energy industry. They develop, construct and distribute products across the world with over 3500 employees. The company has a vision of increasing their onshore and offshore market share to reach their targets by 2018 in an industry which will only
continue to grow.

This is an exciting opportunity where you will be required to carry out servicing, maintenance and fault finding as directed by your Team Leader.

The role would suit a Service Engineer from a mechanical or electrical background, looking to technically progress through specialist training and to increase your earnings through overtime.

The role:

·Carry out fault-finding work when issues arise.
·Undertake preventative maintenance and servicing.
·Assist in providing solutions to the Technical Manager.

The person:

·Service Engineer
·Mechanical or Electrical background
·Looking for technical progression and overtime

Key words - Service Engineer, heavy industrial, electrical, HV LV, AC DC, Hydraulics, generators, rotating, PLC, SCADA, industrial, plant, renewable energy, wind, fault-finding, maintenance, servicing, overtime, progression, training, worldwide, global, preventative maintenance, ONC, on call, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire

Please click the apply button or contact Tom Whittock at Rise Technical Recruitment to be considered for the position.
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