Electrical Services Engineer - Redditch

Additional Resources
07 Mar 2019
04 Apr 2019
Contract Type
Electrical Services Engineer- Redditch

Salary: Competitive + Bonus + Pension + 33 days holidays

Office Based

The Company

Our client has been at the forefront of level control and measurement technology for many years, providing effective solutions for diverse applications across a wide range of industries ranging from quarrying to food; from nuclear power to chemical; and from animal feed to waste recycling.
The company provide their UK customers with a turnkey solution for level equipment requirements. They design, manufacture, install and maintain bespoke measurement and control systems that are crafted to suit the particular needs of each individual customer.
With one of the widest ranges of level measurement technologies on the market including award-winning silo pressure safety systems and a patented range of foam detection and control equipment, backed up by a team of highly experienced engineers and technicians, the company is a leading force in the manufacture and supply of advanced level solutions.

The Role

As an Electrical External Service Engineer, you will be part of a team responsible for installing, commissioning, fault finding and servicing the company's products and systems across the UK. The engineers work across a wide range of sites, from quarries to chemical processing plants and more. Besides holding relevant electrical qualifications, a positive attitude and the ability to communicate well with customers are important. The role requires working at height and will require climbing sets of ladders. Service engineers will typically be expected to spend 4 out of 5 nights working away from home; this will require overnight stays and potentially long periods of travel during the day. In return for this commitment, you will be working for a supportive, welcoming company whose employees have a real stake in the success of the business.

The ideal candidate will be a driven, self-motivated person who is able to work independently and as part of a small team. Full product training will be given, and candidates who have a desire for personal professional development and an aptitude for learning will excel within the company. Prior technical expertise and relevant electrical qualifications are important, along with a positive attitude and willingness to learn. The candidate must be confident with working at heights on busy operating sites. They must be able to communicate well both verbally and in writing. They will be fully supported as they settle into the new role and accompanied on all early site visits.

Main Duties & Tasks:

Install instrumentation on site to meet company quality standards and good practice.
Test, service and maintain equipment on customer sites.
Working away from home for up to 4 days at a time.
Providing customers with advice on areas where additional equipment may be of use.
Completing site visit reports for customer and company records.


Must hold GCSE qualifications of grade C or above in English and Maths.
Must hold relevant electrical qualifications, for example BTEC HNC in Electrical & Electronic Engineering or C&G 2365, 2330 and 2360.
Must have a full UK driving license.
Must be comfortable with working at heights.
Previous employment history in an electrical engineering position is essential.
Knowledge of ATEX would be advantageous.

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