Role filled in January 2022 - Science Field Service Engineer - Laboratory Equipment, Analytical, Chromatography Jobs
Analytical Chemistry, GC, LC, HPLC

Covering the following locations: Harrogate, Leeds, Wakefield, York

Field Service Engineer

Suitable for a Service Engineer with experience in the scientific industry (chromatography, mass spectrometry, spectroscopy, materials science, liquid handling, bench-top laboratory equipment, IVD/pathology, life science instrumentation) or a Chemist/Analyst who with hands on experience maintaining analytical chemistry instrumentation in the laboratory who is looking to move into Field Service as full training is provided!

About the role:
To manage and plan the efficient operation of the area, including all Scheduled Maintenance,
Emergency, Warranty and Validation work.
To provide technical support with equipment installations when required
To assist with scheduled maintenance work in other territories.
To actively promote all aspects of the company including all Service Support products and to liaise with the local area salesperson.
To provide market intelligence to sales division.

Profile:
· Either have an analytical chemistry background, coming from the laboratory environment and wanting to move into field service
· Or have experience working as a Field Service Engineer on analytical or laboratory equipment

Package:
· A competitive salary
· Bonus scheme
· Company Car
· Company Fuel card with option to include private mileage
· Laptop, mobile, contribution to home broadband
· Company pension scheme
· Private medical cover
· Full training



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Yorkshire and surrounding areas
Job Ref: 68891

Albert Baines

Engineering Recruiter

albert@zenopa.com 01494 818 008

Katie Blake

Specialist Recruiter

katie@zenopa.com 01494 818016

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installation    maintenance    repairs    laboratory    scientific    engineering    chromatography    analytical chemistry    gc    lc    hplc