Service & Maintenance Engineer

Ref No. RDB52214
Location Lincolnshire, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status Open


Looking for Field Service & Maintenance Engineers.

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Service and Maintenance engineer

The Job

Service & Maintenance Engineer

Looking for Field Service & Maintenance Engineers who have had experience working within a PPM or reactive maintenance environment. The role will be based in North Lincolnshire but will cover the entire of the UK. Our Client offers a 24/7/365 service, meaning, the shift pattern will be based on 12hr shifts, days/nights on a 5-day rotation. Up to £40,000 PAYE dependent on experience. Immediate start available.

Job Role:

·Technical capabilities including fibre installation and testing, access control, RF, IT, Network, CCTV systems and associated physical and software infrastructure.

·PPM - Plant preventative maintenance of several different solutions across different industries.

·Reactive maintenance - Visit client sites UK wide to assist and resolve system faults.

·Help Desk support

·Supporting site surveys

·Input where required on quote preparation and new projects.

·Small variations to existing processes

We Can Offer You:

·Competitive salary with benefits.

·Exposure to a variety of different technologies and industries.

·Active support in career development requirements

Proven work experience as a Maintenance Engineer:

·RF and fibre experience is desirable.

·Ability to read system schematics.

·Advanced troubleshooting skills.

·Understanding of safety and equipment procedures.

·Technical Background with relevant skills fibre installation and testing, RF, IT, Network, Access control and CCTV systems and associated physical and software infrastructure

·Excellent knowledge of operational processes, technologies, products, and solutions, in your field of expertise, providing contributions

If you are interested please get in touch by 04/12/20 and send your CV over to

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