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Field Service Engineer - Electronic & Mechanical Medical Devices

Posted 25 January by Wilde Associates Easy Apply Ended

Job Title: Field Service Engineer

Location: Based from home - see bottom of spec for more details

Salary: £37,000 + company car, company bonus (up to £5,300 per year), 28 days’ holiday PLUS bank holidays, pension and a lot more

Hours of work: Standard office hours are 9.00am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday - 37.5 hours per week

Job Reference: PH9357B

The role is aimed at engineers who thrive on the challenge of improving service, who think laterally and are excellent trouble-shooters.

The key purpose of this position is to ensure that the installed base of instruments are serviced, maintained and supported to a new standard. The Field Service Engineer will perform their job functions not only in line with the company’s expectations, but will actively define new, higher standards. They will act as ambassadors for the company in all aspects of their work.

The role is field based and may call for travel out of region to support our service offering across mainland UK, and Ireland. This role will involve overseas travel for training purposes.

As a Field Service Engineer you will be expected to take on responsibility at an individual level for the following:

  • Enhancing customer’s experience of installation
  • Technical Support & PMI’s
  • System Ownership - Upkeep (local)

- ECR Monitoring & implementation

- Primary/Secondary

  • Monitor & Report - Site Level

Essential requirements

  • MUST hold a full driving licence
  • HND (HNC with relevant experience) or equivalent in electronic and mechanical engineering
  • Hydraulic and pneumatic principles
  • Exceptional technical fault finding skills
  • The ability to read and understand technical diagrams
  • Customer focused - should strive to exceed customer requirements
  • Good and effective written and verbal communicator
  • Job flexibility & willingness to travel - support of peers and juniors throughout the UK, Ireland and Northern Ireland may be required.
  • Good working knowledge in MS Windows (MS certified preferable)
  • General knowledge in MS Office products, Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Customer relationship skills
  • Call handling skills
  • Training skills

Desirable requirements

  • Degree in electronic and mechanical engineering
  • Technical training on Haematology related instrumentation

Area Covered

Based from home you will be covering - not as far south asTonbridge - Not as far west as Edgeware / St Albans - Not as far North as Duxford - Not as far east as Southend / Colchester.

Wilde Associates is working in the capacity of an Employment Agency in respect of this role.

Required skills

  • Equipment Installation
  • PMI
  • ECR
  • Field Service Engineering

Reference: 34322446

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