Field Installations Engineer (Pathology / Laboratory Diagnostics)
Competitive Salary + Bonus + Car Allowance + Excellent Benefits Package
The role will involve working away during the week, travel through southern England and the Midlands and occasional UK wide travel.
The Company – Field Installations Engineer (Pathology / Laboratory Diagnostics)
My client is a well respected supplier of sophisticated medical diagnostics systems, trusted by healthcare professionals to accurately diagnose and test patients for a wide range of medical conditions and diseases. This instantly recognisable brand leader supplies a wide range of innovative diagnostic based laboratory and medical systems to the healthcare sector, and offers 'best in class' solutions across their range of products and systems, which include applications for microbiology, immunodiagnostics, molecular diagnostics and blood bank screening. Supported by a truly multi-national 'blue-chip' technology group with representation in over 150 countries, their commitment to investment in Research and Development is second to none in their industry, ensuring that they remain a market leader. At the core of their business lie product innovation, excellent customer service and good people.
The Role – Field Installations Engineer (Pathology / Laboratory Diagnostics)
This market leader seeks to recruit a technically motivated and customer focused Field Installations Engineer responsible for leading the installations of complex diagnostic solutions to NHS and private pathology laboratories. You will closely with the Project Managers, providing your engineering expertise to the installation, de-installation and relocation of high-volume, critical analysers (this will include Blood Science, Molecular and Tissue diagnostics solutions).
Your Background – Field Installations Engineer (Pathology / Laboratory Diagnostics)
To succeed in this exciting role, you will be an ambitious and motivated, qualified field engineering professional with experience of high-value capital equipment, qualified to an HNC/HND level or above in electronics. Ideally, you will have started your career at a component level and have progressively built up your expertise to systems level in any of these industries: biomedical engineering, industrial engineering, automation or aerospace. Experience in pathology practices, particularly in automated laboratory pathology systems and associated data management systems is beneficial, but not essential. With proven customer service skills, you will combine a flexible approach with the positive determination to seize opportunities and resolve complex challenges through successful constructive resolutions.
The Benefits – Field Installations Engineer (Pathology / Laboratory Diagnostics)
In return, my client is offering a fantastic remuneration and benefits package, including competitive basic salary, bonus, company car or car allowance, excellent benefits, and the opportunity to progress your career within a truly global market-leading organisation.
This vacancy is being advertised by TRS Consulting. The services advertised by TRS Consulting are those of an employment agency and / or employment business.