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Field Service Engineer

  • Location: Warwick
  • Salary: £30000 - £35000 per annum + Company Van per year
  • Job Type:Permanent

Posted about 1 month ago

Job Title: Field Service Engineer

Location: Warwick, UK

Hours: 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM, Monday - Friday (Flexibility required for occasional overruns)

Salary: £30,000 -£35,000 dependant on experience

Metalis is a currently working with a reputable provider of electrical engineering solutions, specializing in electric motors. They are currently seeking a skilled Field Service Engineer to join their team based in Warwick. If you are passionate about electric motors and have experience in testing, fault finding, and maintenance, we encourage you to apply.

Responsibilities:

  • Conduct field service visits to diagnose, repair, and maintain electric motors at customer sites.
  • Perform testing and fault-finding procedures to identify and resolve issues efficiently.
  • Utilize a multimeter and other diagnostic tools to troubleshoot electrical systems.
  • Collaborate with customers to understand their needs and provide effective solutions.
  • Maintain accurate records of service visits, repairs, and parts used.
  • Ensure adherence to safety protocols and company standards at all times.
  • Provide excellent customer service and represent the company professionally.

Requirements:

  • Experience in servicing electric motors is essential.
  • Proficiency in testing and fault finding.
  • Ability to use a multimeter and other diagnostic equipment effectively.
  • Valid driver's license and willingness to travel to customer sites.
  • Access to a company van provided for work purposes.
  • Flexibility to work occasional overruns.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Must be based locally to Warwick.

Benefits:

  • Company van provided for work-related travel.
  • Opportunities for training and career development.
  • Collaborative and supportive work environment.
  • Stable Monday to Friday schedule with flexibility for occasional overruns.