Are you an Electrically biased Service Engineer looking for an opportunity in Northern Ireland?
Does the idea of working on traditional electro-mechanical machinery appeal to you?
Do you have some electrical and mechanical skills and want to develop them in a varied role working on different sites excite you?
Then please get in touch! Kingston Barnes has an exciting opportunity for a Electro-Mechanical Service Engineer in Northern Ireland.
Our client has a fantastic opportunity for am electrically biased service engineer, to join their team working traditional mechanical and electrical machinery on customer sites. As a market leader with a successful brand, this role is ideal for someone who wants to be part of a growing engineering team
You will be part of a two-man team travelling to maintain and fix machines at various sites
Carrying out day to day PPM and reactive electrical and mechanicalmaintenance tasks
Working on various types of electrical and mechanical equipment such as 3 phase motors, control panels, hydraulics and pumps
- Electrical maintenance skills/bias
- Mechanical maintenance skills
- Electrical skills, ideally 17th/18th edition or other qualification
- From an Industrial, manufacturing or service background
- Happy travelling as a team of 2
- Extensive mechanical experience
Starting Salary: £29k - £32k depending on experience
Plus, O/ T in line with the attached O/T structure + private medical insurance (policy is renewed in January) + pension + bonus
This is a fantastic opportunity so apply today to ensure you do not miss out.
If you are interested in the position then please call Justin Reynolds on (phone number removed) for a confidential discussion.
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