Field Service Assistant Technician - Engineers, Ex-Forces, Construction. Full Training

Based in Lifton covering Devon & Cornwall, Working Around South West England

Job summary

Recruitment Revolution
£24,960 Plus Benefits
Energy, Power/Utilities
Contract Type:
Full Time
Expiry Date:

About the job

Almost everyone wants their career to be meaningful and fulfilling, working in the water industry sector can be just that! Helping water companies throughout the world to manage their complex wastewater sewer networks, prevent flooding, reduce pollution and improve rivers and bathing water.

Being a market leader requires a great team with first class skills, and enthusiasm. If you would like to become part of our growing family and take your career to a new level, you should get in touch!

No particular experience is needed, we are open to receiving applications from all sorts of industries - fibre engineers, machine operators, construction, plumbing, engineers, ex-forces to name but a few. As long as you have had a full driving licence for at least 2 years and own vehicle, we have a great opportunity for you.

Role Info:

Field Service Assistant Technician
Based in Lifton covering Devon & Cornwall, Working Around South West England
Plus Benefits

Values: Safety, Service, Working Together, Wellbeing and Expertise
Culture: Can-do and fun where everyone has a part to play
Company: Specialist Water Monitoring and Equipment Services

About us:

We are specialists in water monitoring equipment and services. Our water monitoring specialist technology helps to prevent flooding, reduce pollution and improve rivers and bathing water.

We specialise in the design, manufacture and installation of ultrasonic wastewater flow, level and water quality monitoring equipment for smart network monitoring of sewerage, wastewater and trade effluent.

The Field Service Assistant Technician Opportunity:

As a Field Service Assistant Technician, You will work as part of a 2 or 3 man team carrying-out installation, calibration and maintenance of our Smart Wastewater Flow and Level monitors predominantly in, but not restricted to the South West of England, Cornwall and Devon areas.

The installation and maintenance work will require you to enter and work in confined spaces within the waste-water networks, so you will need to be physically fit.

Specialised product and application training will also be delivered in-house at our premises.

Key Responsibilities:

+ Providing operational support to the Field Service Delivery Manager and Team Leader/s
+ Long distance shared driving and weekly vehicle safety checks, re-stocking and cleaning
+ Assisting in the planning of your work-schedule and driving route for the following week
+ Cooperating with technical team and sharing information across the organisation via weekly and monthly office/team briefings to report activity
+ Using internal database functions and operating procedures for clear communication
+ Producing timely and detailed service reports
+ Following all company’s filed procedures and protocols
+ Safely operating and maintaining tools and equipment
+ Diagnosing errors or technical problems and determining proper solutions
+ Comprehending customer requirements and making appropriate recommendations
+ Building positive relationships with customers

About you:

+ Ideally, you will have relevant field service experience, however full training will be given to candidates who bring practical skills and a good attitude
+ Have held a full, clean, UK driving licence for a minimum of 2 years (this is due to the size of vehicles you will be driving, therefore experience is necessary)
+ Minimum grade of C at GCSE level in English and Maths
+ Literate, numerate, naturally tidy, organised, have a good work-ethic and have meticulous attention to detail
+ IT-literate and familiar with Microsoft Office, particularly Word/Outlook/Excel
+ Be physically fit – you may be required to provide a fit to work doctors note (you will be required to enter confined spaces)
+ Be practical, enthusiastic and willing to learn
+ Be able to work flexible shift times and to adapt to changing work schedules
+ Be able to work away from home for up to 3 to 4 nights a week. (Work will be mainly based in the South West but working away from home may be required, when working in other areas)

What’s on Offer:

+ Salary – £24k upwards depending on experience and relevant certification
+ 28 days holiday including bank holidays
+ Accrual of one extra holiday day for every full year of service complete, capping at 5 extra days
+ Generous nightly working away allowance
+ Generous company contributory pension scheme
+ Annual bonus depending on the company’s performance
+ Additional training and upskilling

All employees are subject to driving licence, DBS and reference checks.

Sounds like a good fit? Apply here for a fast-track path to our Human Resources Director

Your Previous Experience / Background Might Include:
Technician, Maintenance Technician, Service Technician, Field Technician, Facilities Technician, Repair Technician, Equipment Technician, Installation and Repair Technician, Maintenance Engineer, Site Repair Technician, Environmental Service Technician.

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If you have any pre-application questions please contact us first quoting the job title & ref. Good luck, Team RR.

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