The Service Engineer has an overall responsibility for:
- Hands on servicing and repair of water treatment equipment.
- Undertaking scheduled service under contract and one-off planned service outside of contract
- Emergency call out activity occasionally outside normal working hours.
- Repair of customer equipment.
- Installation of new equipment.
What will I be doing as a Service Engineer?
To undertake planned and unplanned service activity as allocated by the Service co-ordination team and including performing routine maintenance work including chemical sanitisation when required. Deliver and install new equipment and water treatment systems M&E. Ensuring all equipment has been tested and commission all work prior to leaving work sites and all paperwork signed before leaving site. Explaining and demonstrating correct use of equipment if necessary.
Reporting activity on ACCESS Service Manager tablet thoroughly and promptly and promote Service Contracts where necessary and advising new opportunities to the line manager. Ensuring correct tools are kept clean and tidy in a good condition. Spare parts up to date and records updated accordingly. Attend Equipment Service & other company meetings.
What are the requirements? (experience and qualifications)
- 1-year relevant Equipment Service work experience desired in an appropriate Electro-mechanical environment, ideally in the water treatment sector.
- Ability to carry out mechanical and electrical installation of water treatment plant.
- Ability to handle stressful situations often alone on customer sites
- Excellent communication skills required
- Logical and well organized
- Require minimum supervision, often lone working
- Hold an Enhanced DBS certificate
- Be prepared to work weekends as and when required and to go on the out of hours emergency work (rota system)