Job Title Mobile Service Engineer
Salary Competitive Salary + Benefits
Location Home based - Milton Keynes area, travelling daily to client sites
Hours 37.5, weekend call out rota additional
Who are Veolia?
At Veolia, we look beyond conventions, constantly thinking about potential solutions with optimism and above all, teamwork. Sometimes in our industry, we are confronted with failure but this makes us work even harder to innovate, find solutions to transform and reinvent our core business and resource the world. We never take things at face value and our commitment to attracting the best talent is no exception. Our achievements are the result of teams pulling together and everyone having a key role to play. We need good people to strengthen our community and help us move forward together.
Where you'll work
Veolia are specialist designers, installers & operators of CHP, delivering energy efficiency to a wide range of applications including district heating. Every day throughout the UK, Veolia CHP delivers energy management services to meet the energy challenges faced by our customers across industry and the public sector. From industrial manufacturing to hospitals, educational facilities to district heating networks, our energy expertise permits our clients to focus on their core business while helping them attain their energy performance and environmental targets.
Our capabilities, experience and expertise are unparalleled in the UK. To ensure our solutions exactly match our clients' needs, we have engineers, designers and software systems specialists that deliver the most appropriate technology based on world leading applications to produce cost efficient, sustainable and maintainable solutions.
What you'll do
An excellent opportunity has arisen for a Mobile Service Engineer to join our friendly Veolia CHP team, covering Milton Keynes area. Veolia's Service Engineers are in place to carry out routine service, maintenance, fault finding, repair, (electrical & mechanical) on a wide range of CHP engines, generating sets and associated equipment, ensuring that all assets within their control are correctly maintained and repaired, maximising plant availability and optimising efficiency of operation. The role requires you to be conversant with, and work in accordance to, all relevant Health & Safety legislation and industry best practices. You must be able to undertake the role with the minimum of supervision, whilst maintaining a flexible approach, focusing on the needs of customers, both internal and external and effectively follow the quality processes and procedures put in place, including pro-actively identifying areas for improvement.
The above are a summary of main duties only, other duties may be required to be fulfilled to meet the changing nature of operational activities