Field Service Engineer -Midlands to South UK - up to £40,000 + Van + Overtime + Benefits Ref 533
I am currently recruiting for a Field Service Engineer to work for a key client of mine covering from the Midlands to South UK. Salary up to £40,000 per annum +Van + Overtime + Benefits.
The organisation is very well established within their field and have been in operation for over 9 decades, operate in over 15 countries and now employ close to 1000 people globally. They have grown from strength to strength year on year and continue to move in the right direction as client demand is ever increasing.
To support the growth of the business they now have the need to appoint another Field Service Engineer on a permanent basis. In this role as a Field Service Engineer, you will be joining a team of 13 Field Service Engineers. On a daily basis you will undertake primarily a range of reactive and PPM maintenance, but also some installation work from time to time. There will undoubtedly be a broad range of fault-finding in the role and therefore you will be using equipment such as multi-meters, oscilloscopes, DVMs, Clamp Metres, Insulation Testers. This role will be field based covering from the Midlands to South UK and you will head out from home on a daily basis.
* Previous experience working as a Field Service Engineer or similar
* Previous experience using some of the following multimeters, oscilloscopes, DVMs, Clamp Metres, Insulation Testers.
* Good faultfinding skills
* Experience with 3 phase systems
* UK driving license
This is a fantastic opportunity for a Field Service Engineer to work for a highly regarded organisation who operate at the forefront of their market. They have brilliant company ethics and values and there will be plenty of opportunities to progress and develop internally as you and the business develop.
This is an immediate requirement so should you have the required skills and experience please get in touch ASAP with an up to date copy of your CV. Either apply direct or contact Mike on (phone number removed)