Are you looking for a field service role in which the work you do really matters?
Does a rewarding career with a progressive, innovative business that is transforming the healthcare landscape excite you?
Would you like to be part of a team that is at the forefront of delivering cutting edge, high-impact diagnostic solutions to pathology laboratories across the UK and Ireland?
Do you have a strong interest in process innovation and change management?
With exciting plans for future equipment and test launches in the pipeline, you will come in at an opportune time to join a dynamic team part of the Technical Services group focused on delivering the installation of simple to high complex solutions, the world’s leading health supplier in Diagnostics equipment.
- Reporting to the Senior Project Manager.
- You will provide your engineering expertise to the installation, de-installation and relocation of high-volume, critical analysers (for Blood Science, Molecular and Tissue diagnostics solutions).
- Our clients solutions range from medium- to large-sized solutions and cover key NHS, University and private service providers.
- The position requires significant travel across the UK, and, less frequently, to Ireland and Agency countries (Cyprus, Malta, Iceland and Israel).
- You are ideally located in the South/Central England and will cover the South/Central England installations whenever possible (whilst remaining flexible to cover the rest of the UK and Ireland as required).
- You are an ambitious and motivated, qualified field engineering professional with experience of high-value capital equipment.
- You will be qualified to an HNC/HND level or above in electronics. A relevant science subject would also be desirable but not essential.
- We are seeking an Engineer with 3+ years of experience within one or more of these industries: biomedical engineering, industrial engineering
- Preferably, for the Specialist role, you will have significant field service experience in pathology practices, particularly in automated laboratory pathology systems and associated data management systems.
Specifically, you will be able to demonstrate the following technical skills, knowledge and attributes:
- A promoter of teamwork, keeps oneself and others on target, able to lead installations on-site to a successful go-live
- Applies strong organizational and prioritization skills, with a logical and process-driven mindset, and ability to manage personal time
- Quick learner with innovative and continual improvement mindset
- Experience of "on-site" customer facing engineering support
- Proven track record of troubleshooting experience
- Good working knowledge of electronics, electro-mechanical systems and information technology
- Knowledge of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and web delivery tools
- A valid driver’s license and indefinite rights of working in the UK are required
- Contributory Pension Scheme
- Lunch allowance daily (during field trips)
- Company Car or Company Car allowance
- 25 days' holidays
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