Technical Support Engineer (Marine)

Technical Support Engineer (Marine) – Permanent- Poole- £ Competitive

Navis Consulting have an opportunity for an individual with extensive engineering knowledge and high customer care standards. This role is aimed at an individual that enjoys working alongside a well oiled team but also has the ability to work alone under pressure. You will be working within the water and waste sector an exciting environmental friendly industry.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Respond to incoming technical and operational problems
  • Provide verbal and written explanations
  • Diagnose problems, provide solutions, and deliver further information if necessary
  • Ability to understand drawings/designs
  • Been in control of supply of equipment and parts
  • Arrange scheduling of service engineers and delegate roles
  • Promote sales and upgrades where appropriate
  • Complete quotes and auditing processes
  • Confirm with customers when actions are complete
  • All jobs recorded
  • Provide emergency ‘out of hours’ cover

Experience required:

  • Excellent general mechanical and electrical marine engineering background
  • Understanding P&ID and mechanical and electrical drawings
  • Qualifications as a time served Apprenticeship and an HND / HNC with a Marine Engineering background.
  • Previous experience and product knowledge is required
  • Excellent communications skills verbal and written
  • Ability to work alone and within a group
  • A willingness to undertake occasional field service work both UK and overseas
  • SAP knowledge is an advantage

The company offer a competitive salary depending on experience and the chance to work with a group of passionate individuals all with the same drive to develop the growth of the business that are environmentally conscious. The candidate must have the right to work in the UK.
If you are interested in this position please call Holly on 02392 322303 or send a CV to

Navis is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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