Field Service Engineer, Laser Products. Up to £30,000 Basic (dependent on experience), + circa £3K profit related annual bonus + Car and benefits. Southern UK wide role from Midlands base. This is a very varied service engineer role with a US manufacturer that are suppliers of lasers, photonics, optoelectronics and associated accessories.
It requires an engineer that is brilliant with customers and has experience of servicing optical components, lasers, test and measurement equipment, metrology equipment or instrumentation. Clients range from manufacturers of scientific instrumentation to F1 teams to industrial laser printer manufacturers to mainstream component and industrial manufacturing, medical devices, automotive and aerospace. As a consequence it's a fascinating client base that has unique problems that need solving and therefore provides high levels of both job satisfaction and an ability to get on with all levels; from the shop floor of an industrial client to a PhD educated R&D engineer within a scientific laboratory.
+ You will have field service experience with a good understanding of electrical engineering and mechanical engineering
+ You will be used to working in high tech environments and be someone that wants to develop your skills continuously
+ You will be IT literate, willing to learn and happy to spend the odd-night away from home
+ As a person you will be able to get on with all levels and be personable, positive, enthusiastic and willing to learn new products in a sector with rapidly evolving technologies and applications.
The role will include induction training in the United States
The company enjoys incredibly low staff attrition and are fair, open and involve all staff in the direction of the business.
The existing business is concentrated in the technology arc between Cambridge and Oxford so the ideal location would be someone living in-between with ideal locations being Bicester, Bedford, Milton Keynes, Northampton, Thame, Aylesbury, Wellingborough, Kettering, etc. in the South East/Midlands but willing to cover the whole of the UK.