Mobile Service Engineer

Recruiter
Anonymous
Location
Yorkshire and the Humber
Salary
o/t, call out, d2d, van, ote GBP33k
Posted
10 Apr 2018
Closes
08 May 2018
Sectors
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Field Service Electrical Engineer - Yorkshire - basic to GBP28k + travel + o/t. OTE GBP33k+

This company is experienced in the water and wastewater environment undertaking the maintenance, service and repair of industrial drainage pumping equipment throughout the UK.

An opportunity has arisen for Electrical Engineer to join the team working on a mobile basis throughout Yorkshire on Water Treatment sites. Previous experience of working within Water Treatment highly desirable but not essential.

KEY TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Supporting the installation, service and maintenance of submersible and surface mounted pumping equipment, sewage treatment plants and all associated components, including control systems, valves and pipework.

Isolate, dismantle and inspect pumping equipment, including moving parts and lubricants.

Examine and report any defects with regards to the valves and pipework.

Work as part of a team where health and safety demands.

Carry out both planned and reactive service visits as scheduled in a timely manner.

Working in an outdoor environment in different weather conditions on a daily basis.

Driving a company vehicle to the standard required.

In addition, on-call duties will be necessary on a rota basis.

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE

Electrically qualified to City & Guilds 2330 Level 3 or industry equivalent

Good knowledge of pumps/pumping systems, associated equipment, 3 phase industrial electrics, fault finding and testing of electrical components / panels to 17th Edition.

Full driving licence

Able to use a PDA system and various customer management logging-in systems.

Confined Space Training will be given once the necessary medical has been passed)

Door to door travel is paid on top of your salary.

This is a permanent role and benefits include vehicle, 25 days holiday, pension