Demob Job Reference: j4124F
Job Title: Ex-Military Dental Engineer
Salary: £Negotiable Salary DOE + Benefits
Are you ex-military with experience as a Dental Engineer? Are you looking for your next opportunity? Would you like to work for an established company with the largest team of Dental engineers in the UK? Due to continued growth and expansion, they have a number of vacancies throughout the UK. They are particularly interested in speaking with candidates living in the Manchester area who have served in the Armed Forces and have proven experience in Dental Engineering with Xray or decontamination equipment.
SALARY IS NEGOTIABLE AND IS PAYABLE DEPENDING ON SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE. MONDAY TO FRIDAY – 45 HOURS, OVERTIME PAYABLE, 25 DAYS HOLIDAY + BANK HOLIDAYS, PENSION SCHEME, COMPANY BONUS SCHEME, ACCESS TO THE COMPANY DISCOUNT PORTAL, COMPANY VAN, FUEL CARD, MOBILE PHONE, LAPTOP, TABLET, UNIFORM AND PPE PROVIDED.
Dental Engineer Responsibilities:
- Attend customer sites and carry out PPM and reactive works as required.
- Carry out installation and validation of new equipment.
- Carry out site surveys.
- Ensure all service documentation is completed accurately.
- Provide technical support and assistance to customers, the office staff and engineering team.
- Advise customers on equipment performance and regulatory compliance.
- Promote the sale of equipment and contract consolidation options available to the customer.
Dental Engineer Requirements:
- Hold an engineering qualification in Electronics, Mechanical, Electrical engineering.
- Proven experience as a Dental Engineer.
- Ability to work under pressure and on own initiative.
- Flexible approach to travel.
- Hold UK driving licence.
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