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Recruiting for medical engineering roles

Our service engineering roles typically involve the repair and servicing and/or installation of specialist medical equipment used in NHS hospitals, private hospitals and clinics and occasionally labs and research institutes. Handling breakdown calls and managing maintenance call targets is part of the role as is flexibility to travel and work ‘on call’ hours as required.


Who would be considered for a Medical Service Engineering Position?

To be considered for a service role our clients look for relevant qualifications in engineering; as well as having the flexibility to travel, and a proven track record in a field service engineering role would be advantageous. If you the aptitude and competence to enter the industry, this would also be considered.


Areas within the Medical Industry we recruit for Service Engineers:


CT · Endoscopy · Mobility · MRI · Ophthalmic · Patient Monitoring · Sterilisation · Ultrasound · X-ray · Anesthesia


Why choose us?

Zenopa has extensive experience of placing Field Service Engineers in both large and small scientific and medical companies in the UK including; Abbott Laboratories, Fujifilm, Siemens,Beckman Coulter and many more. Our qualified and experienced consultants have strong relationships with, and knowledge of, both the smaller biotech start-ups and major multinational scientific companies, to help guide you through your interview process.


The next step:

If you would like to find out more about the current medical service engineering roles we have available within the healthcare engineering market, you can search the latest jobs, register your details, send us a message, or contact the team on +44(0)1494 818 043 or email enquiries@zenopa.com.


All applications are handled in the strictest of confidence.


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