Field Service Engineer

£27000 - £29000/annum overtime, training, progression
18 Oct 2016
17 Nov 2016
Contract Type
Field Service Engineer

£27,000 - £29,000 Basic + Overtime (OTE £40,000) + Full Product Training + Technical Progression + Vehicle + Pension

Earn a fantastic package working with a unique business who can offer specialist technical training to help you become a highly skilled field service engineer within their niche industry. As a company growing looking to expand their field service engineering department, this is a great opportunity to become a specialist engineer within a thriving field of engineering.

This company service & install specialist units and equipment for customers across the UK. As a market leading within their industry, they need a field service engineer to help grow and keep current contracts happy. Join an exciting engineering company to become a specialist whilst earning a great all round package.

The Role:
* Service & install company equipment/ machinery
* Covering roughly a 100 mile patch based from home
* Looking after current contracts
* Field service covering West Midlands

The Person:
* Electrical / mechanical engineering background
* Single and three phase electrical fault finding skills
* Willing to train & develop
* Forces, HVAC or industrial engineering background welcome
* Live within the West Midlands

Apply now to CT404

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This vacancy is being advertised by Future Engineering Recruitment Ltd. The services of Future Engineering Recruitment Ltd are that of an Employment Agency.

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