Field Service Engineer (165jc) – Bedford
Field Service Engineer (165jc) – Bedford - Excellent package and benefits
Around the world, people, businesses, and countries are striving for a better future. A future that needs power and the right conditions to succeed. My client is one of the people who keep the lights on and control temperature. They are hiring immediately for a Field Service Engineer based out of our Bedford Depot– a role that is critical in making sure their customers get the electricity, heating and cooling they need.
DUE TO THE NATURE OF THIS RECRUITMENT CONSULTANCY, WE ARE ONLY ABLE TO REPRESENT INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE EX MILITARY.
What you’ll do:
You will report to the Service Centre Manager and will carry out maintenance and repair of Company supplied Power and Temperature Control Fleet on customer sites.
Key Responsibilities include:
• Service or equipment as per safe working instructions
• Be able to carry out control equipment replacement and parameter change
• Multi generator synchronizing, servicing and maintenance
• Minor and major repair of all fleet
• Unloading and loading of vehicles
• A service oil fired heaters and boilers as per SWI
• Repair of all MC fleet
• LOTO (Lock Out Tag Out) used
• Reports all near misses and any incidents
• Up to date on all QHSE topics
• Complies with PPE and site rules
The duties described above cover the focus of the role, however from time to time you may be required to carry out any other duties which are reasonable and within your abilities to support other areas of the business. This may include but is not limited to Field Based Servicing or Delivery duties as and when the need arises.
Who they are looking for…
You will have a mechanical and or Electrical background preferably with technical capabilities in power and ideally temperature control. A City and Guilds/ONC level 3 qualification or equivalent is also desirable. Alternatively, if not qualified to the above, individual must have good grounding in mechanical engineering and be willing to undertake any training provided to attain these qualifications. You must also hold a full, clean, and valid driving license and be able to work out of hours as and when required and be part of the on- call rota. For all field roles – offshore work is required so individual must be trained or willing to be trained.
You will have excellent communication and organizational skills and be able to work under pressure to deliver tasks on time, and to a high level of quality and accuracy, with strong attention to detail regardless of situation.
The ideal candidate would be someone who comes from a Generator or Diesel mechanical background, so for example Gene Mechs from the REME, Royal Signals, RAF or similar who is seeking to join a worldwide and expanding company who have excellent growth plans for the future, both in the UK and Overseas.
In return they are offering an excellent starting salary, which also a generous overtime rates which can reach double time for call outs and late nights, as well if you live within the M25 you will also receive a London Weighting Allowance and benefits package second to none which includes a Generous holiday entitlement, with option to ‘buy’ or ‘sell” days, continued personal development, Pension Scheme – opportunity to save for your retirement with generous company contribution, Access to 24/7 online/telephone GP service, paid time off work for volunteering in the community as well as many others.
For more information, please contact Jean-Claude Hedouin, at Ex-Mil Recruitment Ltd on 0333 202 6500 Ext 3937 or [email protected] or via the website www.ex-mil.co.uk