|Job Ref:||204540128||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Nationwide||Address:||Salary:||£30000 - £40000/annum company benefits||Post Date:||10/10/2016 08:59|
Field Service Engineer (Electronics/ Cranes/ Offshore)|
£30,000 - £40,000 + Overtime + Company Car + Pension + Company Benefits
England/ Scotland - Home based
Are you an electronically biased Field Service Engineer with experience working offshore on cranes or other heavy machinery, looking for plenty of opportunity for overtime?
This is the opportunity for international travel within a global company who are leaders in the servicing of crane safety and monitoring systems.
This market leading organisation develop, install and service high quality and innovative crane safety systems on a global scale, both on and offshore.
You will be required to travel extensively both nationwide and internationally conducting on and offshore crane servicing, working within a vast range of environments. You must be able to identify problems and provide suitable solutions for this company's global customer base.
The ideal candidate will have the necessary offshore qualifications and have experience working with cranes or similar heavy plant. This role is physically demanding and requires travel both national and international, and would suit somebody who is looking for a varied role within a range of environments wanting to boost their earnings through plenty of overtime.
*Servicing of cranes
*Stock control of parts
*Field service requiring extensive travel
*Plenty of overtime
*Electronically biased engineer
*Crane or similar heavy plant experience
*Software programming experience
*Willing to travel
Mechanical/ Electrical/ Electronic/ Crane/ Offshore/ Robotics/ Engineer/ Engineering/ Field Service/ International/ Safety/ Programming/ Software/ Siemens/ CAN Bus/ PROFI-Bus/ Data/ Physical/ Controls/ Systems/
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