|Job Ref:||204589295||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||Essex||City:||Great Chesterford||Address:||Post Code:||CB10||Salary:||£39000 - £45000/annum||Post Date:||20/10/2016 03:46|
Saffron Walden ? Operations Engineer ? £40k-£45k ? Wireless Networking|
My client is a well-established market leader in the wireless networking market, and specialise in product and systems design for the lighting industry amongst others. They are looking to recruit an Operations Engineer to join their team. This is an exciting and unique role with a successful company that offers a lot of room for career progression. The role will include some field based system installation, pre commissioning of equipment and customer support.
You will join a talented team based in the Cambridge area, working in a friendly but fast-paced and responsive environment in an established company with a very strong and proud track record of quality delivery. This role is broad and needs someone who is prepared to get involved in a wide range of different engineering disciplines from radio system deployment to database and web software support. There will be opportunities to work with customers and participate in educating them about the benefits and operation of the software system. Practical hands-on engineering in the field and the preparation of deployment documentation will also form part of the role.
+ Engineering degree/similar qualification
+ Experience of design, management or test of large IT systems
+ Customer support of IT or communications systems
+ Electrical installation experience
+ 5+ years Linux experience
+ Hardware support experience
+ The salary for this role will be circa £40k-£45k, depending on the successful candidate?s knowledge and experience. The job will involve visits to customer sites and also potentially include some international travel.
If you feel that you have the right experience for this position then please apply with an updated CV, your salary expectations and availability