- To carry out planned preventative maintenance to patient hoists, baths, beds, shower trolleys, changing plinths, scales and other equipment including a weight test where appropriate.
- To attend reactive breakdown callout to equipment as described above.
- To carry out and complete repairs works arising from above activities.
- To carry out Site Surveys, Pre-installation Surveys including the Installations & Commissioning of Fixed Equipment Installations such as floor mounted hoists, ceiling mounted track hoists, baths and wall mounted equipment such as adjustable height changing plinths.
- This may at times warrant carrying out trial/test runs on equipment and loading, unloading and maneuvering the goods prior to installation.
- Living Dunfermline – as far East as Kirkcaldy and west as Alloa (maybe Stirling for right candidate). Kinross is as far north.
- Territory – mainly covering Fife and Lothians but all engineers expected to travel when required. 75% will be within commutable distance to Dunfermline. Could be UK wide 25% of time.
- LOLER exp ideally.
- Strong electrical/mech engineer (plumbing, electronic of interest). Industry vs non doesn’t matter. Yes to military, HVAC, boiler engineer
- Good physical fitness level.
- Full UK driving license.
- Experience in fault finding and repair.
- Experience in customer contact and liaison.
- £31000 – £33,000 + £500 uplift after passing probation.
- additional bonus scheme that kicks in after 6 months which earns £200-500 gross PCM.
- A monthly turnover-related bonus which would apply from month 4 (or on successful conclusion of probationary period).
- 28 days paid holiday per annum with the facility to ‘buy’ an additional 5 days if desired
- A contributory pension scheme
- Working week – 40 hours basic Monday to Friday, Paid door to door. Some overtime would be expected/required in the interests of efficient working
- Nights away will be necessary; for this we pay a taxable overnight allowance of £50 and a tax free meals allowance of £30. We arrange and pay for accommodation; the engineer pays for his own meals out of the allowance.
- Company Van is provided, if the engineer wanted to use it this could be arranged, however is not normally economically viable.