Field Service Engineer – Electric Vehicle Charge Points
Perth – covering Scotland
£22000 - £26000, plus Car, 25 Days Holiday Laptop, Mobile Phone, Pension
Skills; Field Service, Electrical, Maintenance, Networks, Testing, Isolation, Repairs,
At SWARCO UK Ltd we work across the Parking and E-Mobility sector, with our products in a broad range of Customer sites around the UK and Europe.
One of our divisions, SWARCO eVolt, provides Electric Vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure to domestic, commercial and local authority markets across the UK. Ranging from home charging units through commercial EV charging solutions to Multipoint and Rapid Charging systems.
eVolt has grown since 2010 to become one of the UK’s leading innovators in the market and rapidly become known for cutting edge technology backed up by outstanding customer service.
Your role will involve Service, Maintenance, Commissioning and Upgrades of our networked Electric Vehicle Charging systems. These systems include electrical components such as PCBs, RCDs and MCBs, and Software and Hardware components such as Firmware and Modems.
The role will involve some long days and the occasional stay away from home but you will be rewarded with overtime, on-going training, cutting edge technology and market, and working within a great, growing team.
You should ideally have:
- Field service engineering experience including fault finding
- Electro-mechanical repairs knowledge and experience
- Networking, IT and Operating System knowledge
- Driving Licence
We offer a competitive package with excellent overtime rates, on-call subsidies and training. To be considered please send your CV in to our recruitment team.
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