Field Service Engineer

Field Service Engineer


£35,000 plus benefits (see below)

A manufacturer and the UK's leading supplier of endoscopy equipment and endoscope accessories is now hiring for a Field Service Engineer!

As a Field Service Engineer you will be required to service, test and repair a range of endoscope washer disinfectors, whilst further developing client relationship through exceptional customer service.

As a Field Engineer duties include;

  • Routine testing and calibration of endoscopy decontamination equipment

  • Electrical/mechanical fault finding and repair of endoscope washers

  • Maintain stock levels of parts

  • To complete relevant documents such as quality, non-conformance or returns

  • To regularly liaise with internal Service Department

  • To provide leads to the sales department

  • To stay away when required on occasions for provide cover for holidays, sickness etc.

As a field-based engineer, you will be required to travel regularly throughout the South East of London and Kent with occasional travel to the rest of London and the South East.

Engineers applying for this role will need to live in Kent.

What is on offer for the successful Field Service Engineer?

  • Up to £35k for endoscope washer engineer (or up to £28k, max £30 for someone needing training)

  • Car allowance or company van

  • Laptop, phone, tools provided.

  • Auto-enrolment pension.

  • Private healthcare.

  • 25 days leave plus bank.

What is required to apply for this Field Service Engineer role?

  • Previous experience maintain and testing endoscope washers (also known as endoscope re-processors or endoscopy decontamination equipment)


  • Prior maintenance and repair experience as a field engineer, with an electrical qualification (e.g. 17th or 18th edition. IEE regs) and good electronics experience (e.g. the ability to work to board level on PCBs).

What happens next?

Click APPLY NOW to being your application. Should you be suitable a CBSbutler representative will be in touch within 5 working days.