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Instrumentation Technician

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Instrumentation Technician

Dublin

€35,000 - €45,000 + Vehicle + Fuel Card + No Weekend Work + Training + Progression + Holiday + Pension

Excellent opportunity to join a growing business in an interesting and varied role with training and progression opportunities

On offer is a days based role with a company vehicle where you will get to travel to various clients across the UK and worldwide.

The business specialises in the enquiry, installation and maintenance of manufacturing equipment into the pharmaceutical sector, servicing a wide range of customers across Ireland and the UK.They are still thriving through this period of economic uncertainty. To keep up with demand and ensure a premium service they are looking to bring in an additional Instrumentation Engineer

In this role you will work within a team, with over 15 years of experience in the field. You will be servicing specialist machinery for a range of different clients across Ireland and occasionally the UK. There will be stay away with the role, so candidates must be comfortable travelling.

This is a fantastic chance to join a friendly team in an interesting and varied role, with a company vehicle, mobile phone and fuel card provided.


The role-

*Instrumentation Technician

*Company Vehicle provided

*Days Based

*Installation and Maintenance of Pharmaceutical machinery

The Person-

*Experienced within a Instrumentation Technician and or Field Service Engineer role

*Willing to travel/stay away for work

*Full drivers license

Reference - BBBH142692

To apply for this role or for to be considered for further roles, please click "Apply Now" or contact Zak Ward at Rise Technical Recruitment.
This vacancy is being advertised by Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd. The services of Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd are that of an Employment Agency.
Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd regrets to inform that our client can only accept applications from engineering candidates who have a valid legal permit or right to work in the United Kingdom