Full speed ahead to the future. The fact that modern rail travel is so safe, even at speeds of 240 km/h, is thanks in part to the latest monitoring and diagnostics systems from Schenck Process. The technology is able to detect issues such as wheel flats and deviations in wheel load while the train is in motion.
We are looking for a new Service Engineer to join the UK team.
The ideal candidate will have a strong mechanical engineering background, experience of undertaking work at client sites and ideally some experience of materials handling equipment. They will be prepared to travel as part of the role and would be ideally based and covering the South of England up to the Nottingham area.
The role is responsible for carrying out service and maintenance duties in a efficient and professional manner, bulidng professional relationships with customers and working to the highest standards of health and safety.
The Service Engineer role will work predominately on the mechanical conveying range but with the flexibility to undertake work on our pneumatic equipment as well as weighing and feeding.
Schenck Process is a global technology and market leader in applied measuring technology. With over 2,500 employees around the globe and companies in 22 countries on all five continents, the Schenck Process Group has a turnover of approx. €550 million.
Schenck Process UK is headquartered in Thorne, South Yorkshire, with a service centre in Stonehouse, Stroud. Over 130 employees work with the UK organisation which specialises in innovative conveying technologies including pneumatic conveying and injection, belt conveyors, chain conveyors and En-Masse solutions plus the full range of weighing, feeding and metering technologies.