Field Service Engineer – Mechanical Bias
Precision Manufacturing Machinery – Access to Derby
Derby, Nottingham, Leicester, Mansfield, Chesterfield, Alton, Burton upon Trent, Tamworth, Loughborough
£28,000 – £31,000 + Company Vehicle + £0 – £10k Overtime + Pension
·This is a fantastic role for someone who has worked on mechanical and/or electrical industrial equipment that is looking for their next career move.
·Great role for a strong mechanical engineer that is resilient, motivated, and happy working out on the road completing PPM, machine installations and breakdown repairs.
·Opportunity to grow and develop with a close nit team.
·Working within the desirable precision manufacturing sector
The Company recruiting for the Field Service Engineer:
This forward-thinking company is continuing to grow with strong ambitions for 2022 and beyond. They are a trusted distributor for a range of precision manufacturing machinery and have UK exclusivity for some makes. You have a rare opportunity to join this fantastic business as they look to expand their team for the future. In return for your experience, they can offer a very rewarding career, with excellent training and benefits package.
The Role of the Field Service Engineer:
As a Field Service Engineer, you will be based from home with occasional access to the office. You will be servicing, repairing maintaining and installing a range of precision machinery such as honing, grinding, and cutting tools. Each day, you will be visiting a range of clients across a variety of industries. You will encounter mechanical and electrical faults, which you will be required to amend and fix. You will receive training on the equipment and all the tools for the job. This role is a 70/30 mechanically biased role.
The Candidate for the Field Service Engineer Opportunity:
The successful candidate needs to be a hardworking, motivated, hands-on engineer mechanical or electrical engineer. You will have ideally previously worked in a field service position working on mechanical or electrical equipment, however our client also has an affinity for ex-military engineering personnel. Your ability to be a problem solver and a can-do attitude together with a sound mechanical background is vital.
- You’ll have previous field service engineering experience
- Mechanical bias
- Understand and read schematic diagrams
- Ideally hold a formal mechanical engineering qualification
- Able to fault find and fix on mechanical and electrical systems
- Hold a full, valid UK driving licence
The Package for the Field Service Engineer:
·£28,000 – £31,000
·£0 – £10k Overtime
·Pension, Mobile, Tablet, Uniform
·25 days holiday
Please apply for this job online if you are interested and feel you fit the above criteria. The company are doing first interviews immediately and if you have any questions, please contact Dave O’Neill at TalentTech Recruitment Ltd.