Field Service Engineer – Robotics & Automation
£40k - £45k + Fantastic Company Benefits
I am currently looking for a National Field Service Engineer to focus on servicing and maintaining complete Electrical Control Systems, providing support to Customers both on-site and remotely for a range of equipment including PLC, SCADA, AC/DC drives, Robotics and associated Automation.
Reporting directly to the Service Manager, your key responsibilities will include: -
- Carrying out routine maintenance, servicing and breakdown repairs of equipment
- Support installation, commissioning activities, field troubleshooting and upgrade work
- Provide a high-quality service to customers, whilst delivering support in line with the Company’s philosophy
- Undertake site audit when necessary
- Comply with all relevant standards and work to the Company’s ISO9001:2015 registered quality procedures
- Participate as a member of an on-call rota for out of hours support
Ideally or HND / HNC qualified in an Electrical, Electronic, Mechanical or an Electromechanical Engineering subject, you will have previous experience in the maintenance and servicing of control systems and / or industrial drives
It is also essential you have working knowledge and understanding of some of the major manufacturers equipment to include PLC, drives, SCADA and systems
This role may involve site work throughout the UK and occasionally overseas. So, you must hold a valid passport and full UK drivers license
If you are interested and would like to apply, then please send through a copy of your most up-to-date CV, together with a cover letter detailing your relevant experience, salary expectations and reference 27552/FSEIRCKS27
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