Our client specialising in providing solutions for the surgical, ophthalmic, and aesthetic markets is seeking a multi-skilled electronics engineer to carry out fault-finding, rectification, modification, and PPM on a number of their ground-breaking products. The client is world-renowned in developing and commercialising innovative energy-based technologies, including Laser, Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) and Radio-Frequency (RF) systems. Based in any of the Home Counties, the Field Service Engineer will have an electronics engineering qualification and a UK driving licence. Outside of the field service role, you will support the sales teams in the UK and through the EMEA region. Benefits include a high quality company car, private health insurance and more.
Applications from ex-military personnel (Royal Air Force, Royal Navy, British Army, and Royal Marines) will be particularly relevant for this role and are strongly encouraged.
- Fault investigation and rectification
- Carrying out optical alignment
- Providing planned maintenance servicing
- Ensuring regular communication with customers
- Carrying out system modifications
- Overseeing software upgrades
In addition there will be times when you will have to support the sales teams not only in the UK but through the EMEA region, providing:
- Pre-delivery checks of medical systems
- Repair and maintenance of demonstration systems
- Trade show support
- Overseas distributor support
Whilst training in Intense Pulse Light and medical laser products will be provided, it is essential the successful candidate possess a qualification in a related electronics discipline; either in ONC/HNC, BTEC level 3, a military service accreditation or university degree.
Average of 37.5 hours weekly, however largely determined by the candidate once training is complete and workloads.
£27,000 - £30,000 + commission on contracts sold and attainment of KPIs
High quality company car, private health insurance, contributory pension, mobile phone and laptop; in addition, 25 days annual holiday