Maintenance Engineer UK

MTD is looking for a Maintenance Engineer mainly working within MTD’s warehouse in Swindon but will go on-site if necessary to resolve any system and/or pump failures.

Job content

As a Maintenance Engineer based in Swindon, you will be responsible for keeping MTD’s fleet/equipment (water pumps, pressure boosters, etc.) “rental-ready”, solving any malfunctions and performing maintenance. You will work alone or instruct mechanics during certain periods to help with the work. You will keep in close contact with the Fleet Manager. In addition, during the final stage of project delivery, you may go to a site to adjust and test the pumps. You will keep logs and service reports on maintenance performed on the rental fleet and service on projects.

What makes you the right candidate?
  • You have a secondary electrical engineering degree or equivalent;
  • You are a proven and experienced professional with a good knowledge of technology, able to analyse and solve issues in a creative way;
  • You are a team player with a customer, service and result-oriented personality;
  • You have a driving license.
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Working for MTD means working at and contributing to a growing international company in temporary water infrastructures for drinking and wastewater. With your enthusiastic and driven colleagues, you will be working on large appealing projects in the industry, exhibition and event sector, such as Farnborough Air Show, ABBA Arena, Olympic Games, Birmingham Commonwealth Games, World Cups, Formula 1, expos, refugee camps and emergency hospitals.

Besides a fixed salary, we also have a pension scheme, 28 holidays and a business travel allowance.


Would you like to know more? Please get in touch with Ronald Matthijssen, Fleet Manager. He will be happy to answer your questions on +31 88 77 55 000.

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