Applications welcome from Electronic Service Engineers with the following backgrounds:
1: Ex Forces (Radar, Weapons Systems, general Electronic Equipment)
2: Medical, Scientific or Laboratory Equipment
3: Printing Press & Commercial and Industrial Imaging Systems
4: Any other form of High Value Electronic Capital Equipment
The Company - Medical Field Service Engineer, Radiotherapy
My client is a worldwide supplier of sophisticated medical oncology, radiotherapy systems, healthcare informatics and oncology software solutions; a prominent provider of equipment to both diagnose and fight cancer. This instantly recognisable market leader is well known for their innovative products and solutions, and provides a complete portfolio of integrated solutions for the healthcare sector. They have representation in over fifty-five countries worldwide, and offer 'best in class" solutions across their highly- sophisticated product range.
The Role - Medical Field Service Engineer, Radiotherapy
Following expansion, they seek to recruit a customer focused and technically motivated Medical Electronic Field Service Engineer, responsible for the service, breakdown, repair and maintenance of their range of highly advanced fully networked medical radiotherapy and oncology systems at hospital and healthcare centres throughout the United Kingdom.
Your Background - Medical Field Service Engineer, Radiotherapy
Applicants will need to demonstrate a background in the service and repair of high value electronic capital equipment, gained within a customer facing field service environment. Electronic Engineers already working in the healthcare, medical imaging or radiotherapy / oncology sectors, seeking further training and increased remuneration, are encouraged to apply, along with Electronic Service Engineers from laboratory systems, semiconductor process, ex Armed Forces Radar and Weapons Systems Engineers and other complex electronic systems backgrounds. A qualification in electronics is also essential, typically to a minimum of HNC standard. Experience of networking and IT systems is also highly desirable.
Benefits - Medical Field Service Engineer, Radiotherapy
In return, the successful applicants will benefit from excellent industry recognised product training, recognised by the industry, which will run on an ongoing basis as new products are introduced. A generous remuneration package is also guaranteed, including competitive salary (one of the best within the medical device sector), bonus, company car and benefits including excellent contributory pension and private medical cover, as well as the opportunity to progress your career within a market leading organisation known for providing market leading products.
This is truly an excellent opportunity to join an organisation at the cutting edge of medical technology, with expertise in the installation, service and repair of multi-million pound medical devices.