Field Service Engineer



Lincoln, UK
Posted on Thursday, July 11, 2024

Job Description

  • As a Field Service Technician, you are responsible for organising, planning, and conducting both planned and reactive maintenance on a range of electrical/mechanical equipment.
  • Carry out fault finding on both electrical and mechanical systems, completing the replacement of parts and returning the equipment back into service.
  • You will also handle the adjustment, optimisation, and ongoing maintenance of systems, as well as providing failure services.
  • The role may include supervising contractors during a plant’s construction and upgrade phase.
  • Assist remote engineers with the programming, optimisation and fault finding on equipment controlled by software/PLC.

Job requirements

  • Candidate will need to be electrically qualified, as a minimum holding a current level 3 electrical qualification. 18th Edition, electrical installation is desirable but not essential.
  • In addition, industrial knowledge and background is ideal, as the role involves a high degree of mechanical work (pumps, submersible mixers, and other general mechanical equipment).
  • Be familiar with aspects of an anaerobic digestion plant or a similar process/plant environment.
  • Undertake measures to improve the plant reliability, efficiency and performance conducted always in a safe and efficient manner.
  • Have a flexible approach to work and allow for overtime together with UK travel and staying away from home on a regular basis.
  • Be organised with a can-do attitude.
  • Maintain professionalism at all times.
  • Full clean driving license as the role is field based with travel around the UK.

What we have to offer

  • Salary between £40 – 45,000 depending on experience.
  • A high degree of freedom and independence as a Field Service Technician, therefore must be proactive and motivated.
  • Informal and open work culture.
  • Opportunity to develop yourself technically and professionally.
  • Equipment Product Training at Anaergia Technologies in Germany.
  • Role specific training such as high risk confined space and working at height.