#Job No. KS103.
Field Service Engineer (Mechanical/Technician)
Essex Territory – RM, CM, SS, IG Postcode Areas
Days Monday to Friday 8.30am to 4.30pm (39 Hours a Week)
Up to £28,500 starting salary + Overtime Paid at Premium Rates + Bonus for Leads + Fully Expensed Van (can be used for personal used) + 6% Employer & 4% Employee Pension + Training Package + Call Out + £20 a Month Broadband Allowance
Field Service Engineer required for international manufacturer and service provider of special purpose machinery offering fantastic training and support. This is a great chance to join a successful company where you’ll receive full product training and an excellent benefits package.
The role will be suitable for mechanical engineers from any kind of maintenance / service background including automotive/vehicle technicians or ex forces engineers. Candidates need to be able to demonstrate some basic electrical skills and confident working on engines - full training on the products will be given. Qualifications essential, transferable skills and the right attitude are key!
You will be responsible for carrying out planned maintenance and breakdown coverage on a range of materials handling machinery (forklifts) and associated equipment on a field service basis. You’ll cover a local territory - primarily Essex postcode areas CM, RM, SS and IG and surrounding areas, no stay away is required.
The industry leader for many decades in the UK engineering market, this company offers long term security and ongoing personal development in line with technological advancements to all of its service engineers.
The Role in brief:
*Carry out planned maintenance activities on materials handling machinery on a field service engineering basis
*Reactive breakdown coverage within Essex particularly
*Complete comprehensive training to get fully competent on all machinery and equipment
*Voluntary call out (paid extra)
The Person required:
*A maintenance/service engineer/technician
*Hands on engineering background
*Mechanical background, ideally some understanding of engines/hydraulics