Medical Service Engineer

Medical Service Engineer

London and South East England

£28-£35,000 plus bonus, lunch allowance, company car, private pension, private healthcare, 33 days paid annual leave.

Medical Service Engineer - Summary

A leading medical devices manufacturer and international distributor is now hiring for a Service Engineer to join their South East and London Service Engineering team.

As a Biomedical Field Service Engineer you will be responsible for the planned maintenance and reactive, breakdown repair of operating theatre equipment within hospitals in your assigned territory.

Example of devices you will be trained to work on include high end operating tables, operating lights, anaesthetic gas pendants and integrated OR solution systems (telemetry systems within theatres).

Whilst bio-medical or clinical engineering experience is desirable, training is on offer and so all applicants with field-based electrical, mechanical and some electronics engineering experience are welcome.

Further information is provided below!

Medical Service Engineer - The Role

Day to day responsibilities will include:

  • Routine servicing of equipment

  • Electrical mechanical fault finding of equipment

  • To carry out routine adjustments of equipment, where necessary

  • Maintenance of stock levels of spare parts

  • Maintenance of quality documentation records for submission to the customer

  • To maintain and develop a positive relationship with the customer, demonstrating excellent interpersonal skills working in a courteous and professional manner at all times.

Medical Service Engineer - The package on offer

  • £28,000-36,000pa (Experience Dependent)

  • Company Car

  • Discretionary Annual Bonus Scheme - Approx. 10%

  • £5/Day Lunch Allowance

  • Private pension 6.5% Er 3% EE

  • Private Medical

  • Life Assurance

  • Holiday 25 days + 8 day bank holidays (33 days total)

  • Laptop, Phone, Tools

  • Paid Optional Weekend Overtime.

Medical Service Engineer - What experience/skills are required to apply?

It is essential all applicants have;

  • Electrical mechanical fault finding and repair experience

  • Some electronics experience

  • Willingness to learn

  • Hardworking, customer-focused individuals

  • UK driving licence

  • The right to work in the UK (sponsorship is not provided)

  • Able to pass a DBS check

The following is not essential, but would be beneficial;

  • Field-based experience or experience driving/travelling as part of a role

  • Medical, clinical, EBME, EME or biomedical engineering experience

Medical Service Engineer - What happens next?

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