|Job Ref:||204682408||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||Suffolk||City:||Suffolk||Address:||Post Code:||IP15||Salary:||£30000 - £35000/annum Benefits||Post Date:||16/10/2016 02:19|
Field Service Engineer - Renewable Energy|
Salary - £30,000 - £35,000 DOE + Benefits
Location - Field based (South)
We are currently seeking a Field Service / Maintenance Engineer for to carry out installation and commissioning on plant equipment in the renewable energy sector. This is a field based role in the South of England. Our client is a leading organisation in the anaerobic digestion/biogas industry providing advanced solutions to plants throughout Europe.
Your responsibilities as a Service Engineer will include:
* Maintenance & repair on plant
* Installing & commissioning relevant equipment
* Programming & fault finding on PLC (Siemens)
* Ensuring Health & Safety procedures are adhered to
* Liaising with customers & clients etc.
The ideal applicant will have a relevant Engineering qualification, have a background in the renewable energy sector (anaerobic digestion, power generation, heavy process, biogas etc.), have a good knowledge of PLC systems (Siemens, Allen Bradley etc.), you will be flexible with travelling throughout the South of England and therefore have a full and clean UK driving licence.
This position is offering a salary between £30,000-£35,000 depending on experience with benefits including holiday, pension, bonus etc. if you or anyone you know is interested in this role please email a copy of your latest CV or call Becki Wensley on 023 92 (Apply online only) for more information.
Astute Technical Recruitment Limited are acting as an employment agency in relation to this vacancy. We do not discriminate on the grounds of age, race, gender, disability, creed or sexual orientation and comply with all relevant UK legislation. We encourage applications from individuals from all backgrounds but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK