Field Installation Engineer

– Perfect for an M&E engineer in food industry

– £35k – £41k & overtime, pension, van, 25 day holiday

– Normal Monday to Friday working week, NO SHIFTS


Fancy coming to work for the UK leading company in their field, in a newly created role, in an autonomous role where you manage your own diary? If so, read on…

Due to sheer workload, we need to bring in a Field based Engineer. Ideally, you will have a fresh food background and we will look at factory based maintenance engineers, field based engineers, even junior engineer who want some training. As long as you have the correct attitude, that is what we want.

Also, this will be Mon – Fri days so no crazy shift patterns, so a chance to come away from that for some people who are on 1 site every day…

The person:

We are open to the person here. We need someone who has some good hands on experience of machinery, predominantly around the food industry, but will look at ether electrically or mechanically bias.

We would also look at maintenance engineers who absolutely sick of working on the 1 site on some crazy shift pattern seeing you work nights, but would want a field based role where you manage your own diary on different sites every day. Imagine that…

So a varied role where we will be happy to train you on any gaps you may have in your knowledge.

The role:

We are heavily linked to the food industry and work with some of the biggest brands around, assisting them in new projects and putting in machinery for them. That’s where you come in…

Managing your own diary, you will be predominantly installing our machinery in to fresh food production facilities. Or maybe sometimes servicing it.

It’s a role for an established engineer who wants to come in to a UK leader in a newly created role, make the role their own and really add value.

The company:

We are the UK leaders in our sector and work with some of the biggest orgisations in the UK and the world. We take great pride in offering our staff great training, development and opportunities.

What next?

If this seems like an opportunity that appeals, send your CV through and I will be more than happy to go through this in more detail. Look forward to hearing your story…