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Field Service Engineer (Energy)

Clear Engineering Recruitment
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
£30000 - £40000/annum Overtime (OTE £55-60K+) + Vehicle
Closing date
Jun 14, 2023

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Energy Engineering
Position Type
Engineer, Staff Engineer
Organization Type
Firm, Consulting Engineering
Field Service Engineer (Energy)


£30,000 - £40,000 Basic + Overtime (OTE £55-60K+) + Vehicle + Package + Technical Progression + Door to Door Pay + Pension + Package

Are you an electrical or mechanical bias engineer with strong maintenance experience? A fantastic opportunity on offer to join a true technical specialist in a varied & thriving industry. Earn a good package whilst utilising your experience progressing into more senior positions. This company are heavily involved in the UK's transition to a net zero economy.

This energy company's aim is to be a specialist provider of a clean energy supply to their customers. To help provide low carbon solutions for their businesses. With a continuously growing client portfolio this is a brilliant chance to transition into a successful industry. They believe in their staff; they believe in development and are also keen to progress from within.

Key Responsibilities:

Service, maintenance, and breakdowns
Working on energy centres and industrial plant room environment
Electrical & Mechanical fault finding and repairs
Mobile role covering surrounding territoryBackground Required:

Experience on with HIU, CHP, Hydraulics etc
Familiar with a plant room environment
Experience as a Service Engineer/ Maintenance Engineer/ Marine Engineer
Mechanical or Electrical qualifications or time served (NVQ, HNC or equivalent)Service Engineer, Maintenance Engineer, CHP, Gas Engine, diesel engines, generators, CHP, biomass boilers, Renewable Energy, MTU, Rolls Royce, Low Carbon, Mechanical Engineer, Marine, Marine Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Biomass, Energy from waste

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