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Field Service Engineer

Posted 20 May 2024
Salary £30,000 - £40,000
LocationEdinburgh
Job type Permanent
Industry Sector TechnicalEngineering
ReferenceJ14824
Job FunctionField Service Engineering

Job description

Rewards and Benefits on Offer;

  • Competitive starting salary, with salary grades to progress through.

  • Stable growing and industry leading organisation.

  • Excellent on-going training and support.

  • All equipment provided, including company van, all your tool, PPE, laptop, fuel, credit card, expenses, paid overtime, call-out payments.

  • The company believe in working in true partnership with their employees. If there is any additional working hours, overtime, weekend working you will always be asked and consulted to see if you are available.

  • Permanent employment.

  • Immediate start.

  • Additional benefits discussed later in the recruitment process.

MTrec’s New Opportunity;

MTrec Technical are proudly representing our prestigious engineering client, based in the Glasgow region, with their plans for growth and expansion, by recruiting Field Service Engineers to join their team. You will be joining a well-established, dynamic company, with an excellent team-based culture and huge opportunities to progress your career. Our client is a major player in their specialist industry and will be soon entering a period of sustained growth and expansion as they widen their customer portfolio. You will be joining a very secure and expanding business, where you will enjoy a varied working environment, a great team culture and a fantastic new career move.

If you are a Field Service Engineer, or you maybe from the Armed Forces with relevant engineering and technical experience, please apply now for an immediate response.

The Job You’ll Do;

  • Routine service & maintenance.

  • Preparation of annual insurance surveys and NDE Examinations.

  • To participate in supporting the company with factory boiler testing prior to despatch.

  • To support the company in the commissioning, servicing, and maintenance of products to overseas clients.

  • Coordinate activities when working with apprentices and/or less knowledgeable or skilled engineers to meet customer expectations and utilisation.

  • Work in a confined space when appropriate.

  • Repairs or replacement of valves, sight glasses and gauge cocks etc.

  • Undertake routine service, cleaning & maintenance activities on associated equipment.

  • Competent and skilful in the preparation and reinstatement of steam, hot water boilers and ancillary equipment for/or following annual insurance surveys.

  • Participate in providing and supporting the company’s 24 hr breakdown cover.

  • Competently undertaking burner servicing, both in gas and oil.

  • Able to understand and interpret combustion results from a flue gas analyser and adjust the control equipment effectively and competently.

  • Undertake repair or replacement of failed components and be competent in the diagnosis of common faults and reinstatement of replaced equipment.

  • Provide and deliver product familiarisation when handing over commissioned products to the client.

  • Lead by example to ensure colleagues and Trainee/Apprentice Service Engineers understand and comply with both company and site-specific Health & Safety procedures.

About You;

  • The company is very happy to consider a range of candidates for the role, including experienced field service engineers, trainee level or you may have worked in the armed forces inn a technical role.

  • You will be multi-skilled, with electrical and mechanical fault-finding and repair skills.  

  • Gas Safe Qualified is desirable, and full training is available.

  • Any experience of steam plant would be advantageous.

  • Ideally hold a recognised electrical qualification or have completed a recognised apprenticeship programme.

  • At least a basic, or ideally comprehensive Electrical knowledge, able to read and interpret schematic drawings.

  • Able to demonstrate a knowledge and understanding of boilers and burners and associated controls equipment (desirable).

  • Experience using diagnostic tools e.g. Multi-meter, clamp-meter, flue gas analysers.

  • Openness to undertaking additional training and qualifications if required.

  • Ideally hold a BOAS qualification.

  • Ideally hold an IGAS Qualification.