Our client is an extremely specialised and reputable player within the weighing industry sector, Family run with an emphasis on quality and passion for service. They have grown year on year since conception in 1976, and are on track to significantly increase it again this year. Within this highly competitive sector, our client is one of the major suppliers in this market and has customers covering the whole UK. This has been achieved through a very hands-on management style and complete focus on driving the business forward.
To continue this growth, they are now looking to make the following key appointment…
FIELD SERVICE ENGINEER
Salary: c£20-25k OTE £29,000 + Benefits inc Fully expensed Company Vehicle, Phone, Pension
39 hrs per week (flexible hours working arrangement)
Your job as field service engineer will be to service and repair Weighbridges, Carry out service visits, meet customers and conduct electrical / mechanical maintenance on a the company’s product range. This is a client facing role working in a fast paced environment which will test your electrical and mechanical skills to the full.
As a Field Service Engineer you will attend calls at commercial / Industrial premises to identify faults and take action as required rectifying any problems in line with our warranty obligations and our installation quality standards.
Ideal candidates will have previous mechanical electrical engineering experience.Full training within the Weighbridge industry servicing / maintenance sectors will be provided as it is not essential to have worked within the industry.
Daily travel throughout the UK is expected with the occasional overnight stay
Full clean driving license required (minimal points considered)
Interested in this exciting career progression opportunity?
- Customer Service
- Electrical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Field Service Engineering
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