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Field Service Engineer

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Field Service Engineer

Field Based

£32,000-£35,000 + Overtime + Vehicle + Progression + Pension + 25 Days Holidays + Life Insurance + Flexitime + Bonus

Are you looking for a role where you will have long-term job security within a growing company, the chance to increase your earnings with overtime and progress into more senior positions?

Do you have experience working with water purification and have an engineering background?

This company is one of UK's leading providers of water and wastewater treatment equipment. Having been established for over 20 years this company has become one of the UK's leading water treatment companies and as a result of continued success and a long-term plan of growth, they are now looking to recruit an enthusiastic and experienced Field Service Engineer to join their already highly professional team.

In this role the successful candidate will cover the North and will install, service and commission purified water equipment. This will be a field based role and there will be the occasional need to stay away.

The ideal candidate will have experience working with water purification or filtration equipment such as reverse osmosis, demineralisation and deionisation equipment. They will also have an engineering background and have a full valid UK driving license.

This is a fantastic opportunity for an engineer to join a growing company where you can progress both your technical skills and your career.

The Role:

* Install, service and commission purified water equipment
* Covering the North
* Overtime and progression available
* Vehicle provided
* 25 Days Holiday and Life Insurance

The Person:

* Experience working with water filtration equipment
* Engineering background
* Happy to cover the North and do occasional stay aways
* Full UK driving license

The services of Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd are that of an Employment Agency.

Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd regrets to inform that our client can only accept applications from engineering candidates who have a valid legal permit or right to work in the United Kingdom.

Potential candidates who do not have this right or permit, or are pending an application to obtain this right or permit should not apply.