Field Service Glasgow
- Ref: 27666
- Sector: Materials Handling
- Contract: Perm
Field Service Engineer
Forklift trucks and materials handling equipment
25,000pa-27,000pa + vehicle + overtime + call out + benefits
The company is a global manufacturer of forklift trucks and related materials handling equipment and it has multiple depots all across the UK.
As a result of winning a major new contract in Scotland a fantastic opportunity has arisen for a field service engineer to join the team in the Glasgow area.
As a field service engineer your main objective is keep a fleet of forklift trucks and related equipment in good working order.
Attending customer site breakdowns
Performing initial fault diagnostics on mechanical and electrical forklift systems
Service and repair of mechanical and electrical forklift trucks
Preventative planned maintenance
Accurate completion of job associated paperwork
The ideal candidate will have previous experience in the service and repair of forklift trucks. However, applicants with experience on any of the following will also very much be of interest; construction plant, powered access platforms, ground support equipment or agricultural machinery.
This is an excellent opportunity to join one of the worlds largest suppliers of forklift trucks and to forge a long term and progressive career.
You will receive first class manufacturers product training and there will be ongoing opportunities to broaden your equipment experience and gain additional qualifications as you progress in your career.
A base salary of up to 27,000pa is available, dependent on experience + vehicle + overtime + call out + benefits.
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