Test Engineer / Field Service Engineer – Lightning Protection

Location
Guildford
Salary
overtime and paid travel time
Posted
07 Oct 2020
Closes
04 Nov 2020
Ref
OMRG-08
Contact
Omega Red Group
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Job Title: Lightning Protection Test Engineer

Location: Remote - covering the region South West of London (Guildford would be an ideal base)

Salary: Competitive rates of pay with overtime and paid travel time

Job type: Full time, Permanent

The Company is a specialist design, installation, testing and maintenance contractor, within the electrical earthing, lightning protection and height safety market.

Operating nationally, the business focuses on providing top quality safety-critical services for the protection of people, buildings and infrastructure.

Join the Company as a versatile engineer and you’ll play an important role in keeping a variety of structures safe and compliant.

Role Overview:

As a Test Engineer you will survey, test and inspect lightning protection and buried earthing systems. As a professional, confident self-starter with experience in field based services, you will help deliver on 3 important areas:

* Mitigating Risk - a ‘safe pair of hands’ when it comes to getting the job done, on time, on budget and, most importantly, executed safely.
* Protecting People – the Company’s goal is to become an extension of their customers’ safety teams, having the correct focus and metrics which actively measure how engineers look for potential hazards on customer sites, keeping both you and the customer safe.
* Provide independent advice and guidance – the Company’s ethos is firmly focussed on delivering technical expertise, adopting collaborative ways of working which will often result in giving technical advice, support and guidance delivered through highly experienced team members with unrivalled industry experience. This is done with the sole purpose of ‘Keeping the Company engineers and customer assets safe & compliant.’

What’s Involved:

You’ll be travelling across a wide variety of sites on planned and re-active maintenance jobs, so you’ll need a familiarity with lighting protection systems, as well as the ability to deliver top customer service, meeting multiple customers each day.

They are looking for a self-motivated and enthusiastic candidate to undertake this role. If this sounds like you join the team and you will be trained up so you’re competent and able to inspect lightning protection systems to the relevant standards of BS 6651 and BS EN 62305.

Benefits:

* Company vehicle
* Smart Phone
* Tablet
* Uniform
* All the training and support you will need to build a career with them

The company is part of a larger group which is focussed on improving the quality & efficiency of essential infrastructure; this could be the first step of your employment journey across the group.

Please click on the APPLY button to send your CV for this role.

Please note: Only apply if you live in a commuting distance or are willing to relocate.

Candidates with the relevant experience or job titles of: Electrical Engineer, Multi Skilled Electrical Technician, Test Engineer, Test Engineering, Electrical Technician, Industrial Electrician, Electrical Test Engineer, Electrical Field Engineer, Lightning Protection Test Engineer, Lightning Safety Engineer may also be considered for this role.

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