Field Service Technician Opcare Staffordshire

      Competitive Salary, Company’s Vehicle, Fuel Card, Overtime & Pension

      Opcare Ltd, part of the Ability Matters Group, is a market leading international healthcare services provider. The Group has a strong and growing presence in Europe and beyond. Within the UK, the numerous and diverse partnerships and relationships with the NHS are a core part of the company’s activities. Our reputation as a high quality and reliable provider of Orthotic, Prosthetic and Posture and Mobility products and services has provided a solid platform for growth and diversification.

      As the Field Service Technician you will be responsible for repairing, servicing and maintaining manual and powered wheelchairs both in our workshop, and out in the field for service users in Staffordshire and the surrounding areas.

      This position would suit an individual who has a good understanding of mechanical and electrical engineering, or an individual who has worked in the domestic appliance industry.

      Your main duties and responsibilities will include:

      • Undertake engineering work in terms of service and repairs to ensure our service user’s manual and powered wheelchairs function correctly
      • Conduct service calls, repairs, servicing and maintenance as directed by the Centre Manager.
      • Process all associated paperwork fully and accurately on a daily basis
      • Communicate effectively with all Customers at all times
      • Maintain a high standard of customer care, being sensitive to the unique needs of the Service User’s

      To be considered for this position, you must have:

      • A full driving licence
      • Proven understanding of mechanical and/or electrical engineering
      • You must be organised, proactive and efficient
      • Good written communication skills
      • You must be flexible in your work approach

      *This role is working in a regulated activity and subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure. Any convictions cautions, reprimands or final warnings are not “protected” as defined by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (as amended in 2013).

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