£26000 - £28000 per annum
over 2 years ago
Field Service Engineer - Healthcare Equipment
£26-28K basic + quarterly bonus + overtime + van
Must be living in: GU, RH, SO, PO or RG postcodes
A leading manufacturer and supplier of mobility equipment are seeking an experienced field service engineer to cover the South East of England, primarily postcodes GU, RH, SO, PO and RG. They have excellent employee retention, are able to offer structured career progression, and is a great opportunity for an engineer looking for additional training.
Key accountabilities - Field Service Engineer - Healthcare Equipment:
Service, repair and maintenance on patient handling equipment such as ceiling track hoists, profiling beds, pressure care mattresses etc.
Liaise with customers to ensure an outstanding level of service is being delivered
Advise on repairs and improvements to the customers
Work with the sales team to maximise sales opportunities and leads
Maintain company vehicle and ensure its stocked with the correct tools and parts
Provide accurate time sheets ensuring all the correct information is documented
Experience/skills required - Field Service Engineer - Healthcare Equipment:
Previous LOLER testing experience essential (certified is not required)
Previous experience in repairing medical mobility equipment (e.g. hoists, beds, wheelchairs, stair lifts, etc.)
Flexibility - able to carry out workload without regular disruptions and be happy to be part of an on call rota
Able to communicate with customers, friendly attitude
Full UK driving license
The package includes:
£26-28,000 basic (dependent on experience)
Paid overtime (x1.5 on weekends)
Quarterly company bonus
On call rota - 1 in 4-6 weeks - £50 for being on call (£100 if bank holiday week) + £50 per call out + overtime pay
Van, tools, phone, laptop/tablet provided
21 days holiday + bank (you will acquire 2 extra days for not being sick in a year)
This is a field based role, so whilst exact hours cannot be promised, hours are generally 8am-5pm (door-to-door). There is also an on-call rota, which is 1 week in every 4-6 weeks.
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