Field Service Engineer

Competitive salary + benefits
26 Jul 2017
25 Aug 2017

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Service Engineer to join the T C Harrison JCB team, one of the world’s largest construction equipment dealers.

Permanent, Full time

With over 85 years in business, T C Harrison JCB is a fast moving and forward looking company. We are proud of our achievements and recognise that future growth and success is shaped by the ambition of the team. Everywhere you look in our business, you will find people with enthusiasm and vision coupled with friendliness and a real can-do spirit. If you are looking for a career with a business where people really count, look no further than T C Harrison JCB.

As Site Engineer, reporting to the Depot Manager, you’ll be responsible for diagnosing faults and repairing and testing our equipment, whilst recording work done and reporting any faults not corrected. Key objectives for the Service Engineer include:
• Undertaking comprehensive risk assessments and ensuring safe working practices are in place.
• Diagnosing faults and reporting to the Supervisor for instructions as to the repairs
• Ensuring that all work is completed within specified time frames
• Ensuring all due care is given to customers’ property
• Where necessary, discussing machine concerns direct with customer

The ideal candidate for the Service Engineer role should have experience of working in a plant, and a good understanding of Engines and Hydraulics. Customer focussed, you should be enthusiastic and self-motivated, with good communication skills. You’ll also need to be flexible in your approach to work, as there could be a requirement to work outside of normal hours. 

If we’ve just described you and your aspirations, to apply for the Service engineer role, click the APPLYbutton and complete the short online application.

Service Engineer job reference number: OLR13245

T C Harrison JCB is an equal opportunities employer. We value diversity and welcome applications from candidates from all backgrounds.