Service Engineer (Mechanical or Process bias) to join our client in the UK, supporting projects throughout the Midlands and North of England. This would be a long term permanent opportunity which would lead to career development.
The client requires someone to work on the mechanical service engineer for mechanical and process equipment for a mix of industrial and municipal process plants, you would be involved with installation, commissioning and start up for various industrial and power clients globally.
The requirement is to have someone who can be based from home with the option to travel nationally. It is likely that projects would last from two weeks to two-three months with travel being a part of the role.
Commissioning Engineer Specification:
START: Flexible start, January onwards
OFFICE LOCATION: Various throughout UK, home based for role
SITE LOCATIONS: UK, Midlands, NE and NW
PERMANENT SALARY: Good package + Earnings (OTE earnings around £40,000 – £50,000 Per Annum)
Mechanical, Process or Mechatronic Engineering background (3+ years’ experience).
Understanding of mechanical or process equipment, ideally process plant
Knowledge of process plants, industrial, municipal and/or energy production
Industrial manufacturing, chemical manufacturing or FMCG sector experience
Working on site for inspection, servicing and refurbishments, FAT or SAT
Happy to travel to work sites, with occasion to stay away from home
Site based working experience essential.
Fluent English speaking
Beneficial skills: Not essential
Any knowledge of electrical or plc systems
The client has an immediate requirement and will be able to interview next week. They are very happy to consider all candidates, happy to speak with you at your convenience.
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