Work With Us
Field Service Engineer within the Service Department
The position will be field based and the ideal candidate will be based in the M1/M62 corridor.
The Job Purpose Summary is to provide service and support of the equipment at our various customer’s air quality sites, under the direction of our Service Manager. A full training program will be implemented as part of the role.
The Key Responsibilities will be:
- Follow daily schedule set by Service Manager
- Attend customer sites for completion of routine and non routine service work
- Attend customer sites to review and assess repair work required. Undertake repairs and liaise with Service Manager on any follow up action.
- Complete relevant paperwork on a prompt basis including service reports, risk assessments and method statements.
- Maintaining stock and tools and ensuring regular reports are submitted on time.
The ideal candidate will
- Have achieved grades C or above in GCSE’s (or similar) including Maths and English.
- Have completed an electronics or electronic principles based course.
- Have good communication skills.
- Be keen to develop their professional and personal skills and have new experiences and responsibilities.
- Be able to work both on their own to specific deadlines and take the initiative for certain tasks and work as part of a team as and when required.
- Be well presented.
- Have a full clean driving licence as a company vehicle will be provided as part of the package.
If interested, please send CV to Mrs Karen Pavey, Air Monitors Limited, Unit 2/3, Miller Court, Severn Drive, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire. GL20 8DN or firstname.lastname@example.org stating clearly which vacancy you are interested in applying for.
NERC 4 year fully funded PhD studentship.
We are currently looking to sponsor a 4 year studentship position who will be based in the Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre (SUERC; University of Glasgow) and will join a vibrant community of PhD researchers, postdoctoral and academic staff. The role will be to research the ever growing problem of Black Carbon.
If you are a dynamic candidate, able to function across disciplines, but with an understanding of Earth system processes / environmental chemistry (knowledge of the atmospheric C cycle would be useful). Enthusiasm for field and laboratory work, along with sound laboratory skills then please click on the link below for more information.