Field Service Engineer

Are you an engineer with laboratory or medical servicing experience looking to expand your product knowledge and join a leading manufacturer? Or are you a HNC qualified engineer who is looking to enter the healthcare industry? If either apply then this is the job for you. A global expert in healthcare water treatment is looking for a field service engineer to join its leading team. This is a field based role and would suit someone living in the Cambridgeshire, however you may be required to travel to client sites outside of this area depending on your work schedule. As a Service Engineer you will be required to give customers the best in class quality service across hospital and pharmaceutical sites in. Key Responsibilities include; Routine maintenance, repair and installation. Develop and maintain good working relationships with customers. Timely completion and submission of risk assessments, work reports, activity reports and all other documentation. Timely completion of site tasks and activities as required. Look for recommendations and opportunities to improve the clients system, (reliability or productivity) and where appropriate provide quotations to the client for parts, consumables, plant upgrades and refurbishment work. Liaise with a the appropriate sales team on any potential leads. To carry out commissioning work on standard equipment. Requirements A HNC or degree in Mechanical, Electrical or Chemical Engineering or similar GCSE or equivalent, English and Maths. A full UK driving license. Excellent time management skills. Experience of having worked as a Service Engineer would be an advantage. Passionate about providing a first class service to our customers. Able to handle challenging conversations with customers and find a resolution. Experience working as a service engineer in any of these sectors would be advantageous: mechanics, fire & security, vending machines, hospital, telecomms, utilities, marine engineering, beer dispensing, refrigeration, military

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