Electronics Field Service Engineer Reading

Post Title: Service Engineer (Electronic/Mechanical) – Reading

Salary: Basic salary £27k with earning potential in excess of £30k

Location: Reading

 

Overall Purpose:

 

Service Engineer – Reading

 

The primary function of this role is to provide preventative and reactive service maintenance to a range of electronic and mechanical fuel dispensing equipment and associated retail forecourt equipment. Working independently as part of a team you will provide the highest standards in customer excellence and operate with defined EHS processes and procedures. The post is based in or around Reading.

 

Position Responsibilities:

 

  • Fault diagnosis, repair and maintenance on a range of mechanical and electronic forecourt equipment including although not exclusively: fuel dispensing pumps; POS; pump controllers; tank gauges; DCDs; tank probes; submerged pump systems and integral PA systems.
  • Completion of planned preventative maintenance programs
  • Assessment and reporting of accidental damage for costing purposes
  • Commissioning of new and refurbished sites
  • Inventory management of van stock
  • Verification – calibration of new and refurbished fuel dispensers
  • Completion of site surveys
  • Confined space entry – maintenance of some equipment requires access and working in confined spaces

 

Requirements

 

  • Electronic qualification eg HND/OND Electronic engineering or similar
  • Mechanical competence
  • Valid Driver’s License

 

Desired Skills and Professional Attributes:

 

  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Self-motivated and able to work unsupervised as part of a regional team
  • Able to solve problems both methodically and intuitively
  • IT Literate

 

To apply for this position please send your CV to: darren.king@fsrsolutions.co.uk

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