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Field Service Engineer (Generators)

Field Service Engineer (Generators)


£40,000 - £55,000 Basic + Overtime (£60k+ OTE) + Package + Great Benefits + Training + Progression

Great opportunity for an electrically qualified service engineer with generator experience to earn an amazing all-round package.

Huge earning potential for someone who is looking to really get stuck in.

Join a company where your experience will be highly valued and your hard work heavily rewarded!

The company has been established for well over 60 years and they are a market leader in their field.

If you are an experienced service engineer within the generator industry who is looking to earn extremely well, then this is not an opportunity to be missed.

Excellent position that will provide long term stability and continuous on the job training.

The Role:

* Field Service Engineer working on generators

* Primarily dealing with standby generators

* Installs, fault finding, repairs, breakdowns

* Very occasional stay away

The Person:

* Field service experience with generators

* Electrically qualified (City & Guilds, NVQ, 17th/18th Edition qualification)

* Based in the North West of England (Manchester, Stoke etc.)

* Full driving license

* Ex-forces candidates welcome

Please apply now to: Aidan Kennedy

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