X-ray Field Engineers

Latest X-ray Engineering Roles - Zenopa

The Role

X-ray service engineers will be involved in installing, servicing and maintaining, of x-ray and imaging systems used in hospitals, dentists and veterinary surgeries. Problem management and monitoring equipment performance will be an integral part of the role, and depending on the company, you may be required to be on call so flexibility will be required. 

Who would be considered for an X-ray Service Engineering Position?

Our clients look for candidates with either a proven track record of x-ray within the medical, dental or animal health. Or the relevant engineering qualifications and competence in similar fields, such as security x-ray, detection, non-destructive testing and armed forces engineers who have worked on Radar systems.

Areas we recruit X-ray Service Engineers in include:  

Area Basic Salary
Animal Health £25-32K
Dental £25-32K
Medical  £30-40K

Why choose us?

Zenopa has experience in placing Field Service Engineers in both large and small scientific companies in the UK including, Fujifilm, Siemens, Carestream Health and many more. Our qualified and experiences consultants have built strong working relationships with our clients, and have the knowledge of both the smaller biotech start-ups and major multinational scientific companies to help guide you through the interview process.

The next step:

If you would like to find out more about the current filed service engineering riles with the medical x-ray, you can search the latest jobs, register your details, send us a message or contact the team on +44(0)1494 818 043 or email enquiries@zenopa.com

Zenopa are currently undertaking 64 assignments and job searches.  Of these 15 are not in the public domain.  For details contact our specialist team.

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