Field Service Engineer

  • Location
    South Croydon, Greater London
  • Salary
  • Category
    Construction & Property - Construction & Property
  • Job type
  • Industry
    Construction and Property
  • External Reference

Adecco are currently recruiting for a FIELD SERVICE ENGINEER to work for a Local Authority in CROYDON.





£13.31 PER HOUR

Carrying out minor adaptions within clients homes, this will include fitting wooden stair rails,

1. Functionally inspecting, testing and assessing the re-usability of returned equipment and field based equipment, based on manager's predefined criteria for user safety factors and cosmetic appearance. Referring exceptions to supervisor or manager from acceptance decision.

2. Refurbishing, servicing and testing complex equipment to manufacturer set standards using manufacturer service guides and knowledge. Ensuring correctness of equipment service records. Identifying and reporting compliance, legal and other risks issues within the area of responsibility. Prepare servicing schedules

3. Perform LOLER inspections under the "Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998" (known as LOLER) and the "Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998" (known as PUWER) which states that lifting equipment are required to have a regular thorough examination.

4. Ensuring correctness of equipment LOLER inspection records. Identifying and reporting compliance, legal and other risks issues within the area of responsibility. Prepare LOLER schedules.

5. Carrying out quality checks and regular auditing of conformance to decontamination process protocols, including predefined and ad-hoc periodic bio-burden sampling and recording, for assuring the decontamination process effectiveness.

6. Carrying out minor adaptations including, Bellman systems, telecare and telehealth systems, all rails, chair raisers, Newell post rails and carrying out joint visits. Including the drawing and construction of wooden ramps when required.

7. Leasing with Clients, family members, carers and professionals when having to investigate issues and make decisions to resolve the situation as quickly as possible

8. Performing functional and cosmetic reconditioning of used simple equipment that is assessed to be acceptable for reuse, bringing it up to the manufacturers' original functional specification and acceptable visual appearance.

9. Responding to reactive service calls. Investigating equipment delivery problems, servicing, repairing and maintaining or updating installed equipment. Reporting any suspect adverse client conditions directly to families or carers or to the office for relaying to care managers.

  1. Liaising with equipment manufactures over equipment matters, parts availability or suspected inherent quality problems in the equipment design specification or manufacturing process.

11. Responsibility for reclaiming and setting aside certain salvageable parts from scrapped equipment, for re-use in reconditioning of future equipment, in accordance with predefined rules.

12. Checking the unique identification for equipment history traceability. Re-assigning and labelling equipment with new unique identification if necessary.

13. Booking accepted equipment in to their allocated warehouses and shelf locations using handheld devices or other ICT equipment. Placing goods in their shelf locations in an orderly and safe manner. Ensuring maximum shelf-life, by protecting the stocked goods from factors that could result in unintended deterioration.

14. Assuring the segregation of contaminated and decontaminated workflows and storage areas, to prevent any cross-contamination.

Assessing returned equipment in respect of their reusability.

16. Scrapping returned used equipment that is assessed to be unacceptable for reuse, in accordance with predefined rules.

17. Maintaining orderliness and cleanliness within the cleaning cell and associated warehouse space (spare parts area, equipment waiting area and refurb area).

18. Maintaining orderliness within the scrapped goods area.

19. Ensuring the dignity, privacy and rights of work contacts at all times, acting without prejudice or undue favour towards any person, including colleagues, services clients and carers, prescribers, or any other (internal and external) customer. Being courteously sensitive to social, cultural, linguistic and religious needs.

20. Actively learning, maintaining and developing an up to date knowledge of the service community equipment processes.

21. Responding positively to requests for help and support.

22. Under direction of line manager, participating in the ongoing development, implementation and monitoring of the service improvement plans.

Undertake delivery's when required.

Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

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Please apply with your CV to: Sadie Nunn