Field Service Engineer

Location: Cornwall Wheelchair Services - Hayle

Contract Type: Full time

Salary: £19780.44 per annum

Specific Hours: 40

Field Service Engineer

We are looking for a Field Service Engineer to join the team at our Cornwall and Isle of Scilly Wheelchair Service Centre based in Hayle

We are a fast growing business and a leading provider of Healthcare Service solutions including Wheelchair Services. We work closely with NHS and Social Care Organisations providing a complete outsourced wheelchair service that significantly reduces costs, delivers better quality and an enhanced patient experience.

You will deliver, repair, service and maintain manual and power wheelchairs and accessories within service user's home and other associated locations e.g. schools/college, care homes and hospital settings, and if required within the warehouse. This will include completing all associated paperwork concerning repairs and servicing, accurately recording on a daily basis using scanners. This role may be required to assist with warehouse duties including annual and interim stock takes as required.

About you:

  • A confident user of bench and/or hand tools
  • Warehouse and wheelchair experience highly desirable but not essential as training will be provided
  • Strong customer service skills with an empathetic approach
  • Can do attitude with natural engineering /fault finding abilities
  • You must have held a full UK driving licence for at least 3 years which qualifies you to drive a light goods van
  • Experience of working in domestic appliance industry or similar is of benefit

What can we offer?

  • Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5pm with a 30 min lunch break(40 hours)
  • Required to participate in on call rota (out of hours and weekends) which you will be paid a standby allowance.
  • 25 days' holiday (ply bank holidays and an optional 5 unpaid days)
  • Company Pension Scheme
  • A rewards scheme – 200+ exclusive perks and discounts from leading retailers and leisure outlets

Our ambition at Millbrook Healthcare is to become the leading provider in the assisted living sector whilst ensuring our core company values ‘CARES’ remain unchanged. We are always looking to recruit hard working and talented individuals to become a part of our ongoing growth and success.

Care and respect for our colleagues and service users

Accountable and proud

Ready to learn and grow

Enhance our service users’ lives

Socially responsible, ethical and transparent

This role is working in a regulated activity and may be subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.

No terminology in the advert you have seen is intended to discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, colour, religion, disability or sexual orientation, and we will gladly accept applications from all sections of the community.

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