Field Water Purification Service Engineer
£(phone number removed) + Training + Van + Progression + Phone + OT + Pension
Are you an engineer that has experience working on water purification equipment?
On offer is the chance for an experienced engineer to join a market leading water purification company who will offer you long term career stability, training, variety and the chance to be a vital part in the company's continuous expansion.
This company is one of the UK's leading water purification companies. As a result of continuous growth, the company are looking to recruit an experienced, forward thinking, logical and methodical engineer with a keen eye for detail to join their professional team.
In this role the successful candidate will be based in the Midlands and will install, commission, service and fault find on the company's and other manufacturers' water purification equipment. As a service engineer you will become a vital part of this growing company.
The ideal candidate will have a strong mechanical and electrical engineering background as well as experience working on water purification equipment. They must also have a City of Guilds/BTEC Qualification in an engineering discipline, a full UK driving license and a CSCS card.
This is a fantastic role and opportunity for an engineer to join a growing company where you will play a vital part in that expansion and be able to progress your career forwards.
*Install, commission, service and fault find water purification equipment
*Covering the Midlands
*Training, overtime and progression available
*Van and phone
*Strong mechanical and electrical engineering experience.
*Experience working on water purification equipment.
*Based in the Midlands.
*City of Guilds/BTEC Qualification in an engineering discipline
*Full UK driving license.
The services of Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd are that of an Employment Agency.
Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd regrets to inform that our client can only accept applications from engineering candidates who have a valid legal permit or right to work in the United Kingdom.
Potential candidates who do not have this right or permit, or are pending an application to obtain this right or permit should not apply