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Field Service Engineer - Plant Hire

£26000 - £30000/annum Excellent salary, details on request

UK, United Kingdom

The industry's leading specialist rental provider of telescopic handlers, rotational telehandlers & heavy lift machines including a wide range of attachments is looking to add to their team.

With more than 50 years` experience in the plant and equipment hire industry, the company is renowned and respected for its technical excellence, service innovation and customer focus.

They are now looking for an experienced engineer, to work as a Field Service Engineer in the Home Counties region. Within this role, you will carry out essential maintenance and servicing to their hire machinery either at the depot, or on-site with their clients. You will offer breakdown resolutions and an effective repairs service to ensure excellent customer satisfaction.

Their ideal Engineers will have worked in a similar role previously, with a background in mobile plant products and/or agricultural / mechanical engineering. You will be required to have qualifications (NVQ or equivalent) in plant maintenance or agricultural equipment.

A full UK driver`s licence is also required for all field service positions. This is an excellent opportunity to join a fast growing company and work with some of the key players in the construction and house building industries. They offer an excellent benefits package and opportunities for further progression as the company continues to expand

Forward Assist Recruitment
SectorEngineering/Mechanical/Machinery/Service/Technician
Job TypePerm
RecruiterThird Party Employer
Job ID63036

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