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Field Service Engineer - East Midlands

Bio/Medical Engineering - Public
Ref: 267 Date Posted: Friday 14 Dec 2018
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Job Description:
To undertake the installation, planned preventative maintenance and repair of electro medical equipment at customer’s premises in a timely and proficient manner.

• To respond to customer repair call outs as required in a timely, professional & friendly manner. Call outs will cover a wide range of electro medical products and will involve travel within the East Midlands of the United Kingdom.
• To complete the Planned Preventative maintenance of Electro Medical equipment at customer premises.
• To complete the Installation of Electro Medical equipment at customer premises.
• To complete the Planned Preventative maintenance of Multivendor Electro Medical equipment at customer premises.
• To provide Multivendor clinical engineering support to Hospitals assigned by Line manager.
• To follow documented controlled procedures to undertake all works and report works accurately using the company’s service management system.
• To ensure that the company vehicle is maintained.


Must be based in the East Midlands with Bio Medical Equipment experience

HNC in Electronics preferred or equivalent experience.


Medical Device Engineer preferred with NHS/ Industry experience.

Salary: £36-45k doe + Excellent company benefits and bonus scheme

Please contact Juliette Corlett on 01480 861001 for more details.

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