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Job titleField Service Engineer – Belgium
Job typeMeditech
Salary EUR
Bonus Package10% bonus and car allowance
Job description

Surgical robotics is one of the fastest-growing markets in the medical devices space. One of the UK’s most exciting, award-winning companies is looking for a Field Service Engineer to be based in Belgium where they are growing their team. If you’re excited by robotics and the ability to troubleshoot complex electro-mechanical systems, this could be the perfect opportunity for you to progress your career!


The company

Our client is a disruptive player in the rapidly growing surgical robotics space. They produce state-of-the-art robotics for the minimally invasive surgery space that is set to change the face of surgery forever. They have a close-knit and family-orientated culture in the business so they’re passionate about finding people that will fit in with their mission to make the next generation of surgical robots. Their robot will improve patient care and have a huge impact on the healthcare market, from surgeons to patients alike.


The role

As a Field Service Engineer, you’ll be responsible for installing and performing service and maintenance on our client’s state-of-the-art robotics system. You’ll work across Belgium and will help surgical teams in clinical environments to get the very best out of their robot by keeping them in top condition. If you’ve got experience in a customer-facing role and know how to troubleshoot electro-mechanical systems, this could be the role for you.

Responsibilities include:

  • Installation, troubleshooting, repair, and maintenance of the surgical robotic system

  • Carrying out preventative maintenance

  • Documenting service works

  • Owning customer issues from identification through to resolution

  • Providing technical support to clinical teams and internal teams

  • Maximising system uptime for best clinical value

  • Developing the technical support and service processes 

  • Maintaining customer service logs and internal records 

  • Managing spare parts inventory

  • Providing feedback to other internal teams about customer/service issues

  • Maintaining great customer satisfaction levels


The requirements

You will have a background in field service engineering and will be able to travel across Belgium, as well as…

  • A degree in Biomedical Engineering  

  • Experience in regulated medical environments

  • Experience in electronics and ability to perform software updates

  • Experience in operating theatres and knowledge of protocol are desirable

  • Experience servicing capital equipment (such as radiotherapy, imaging, robotics) desirable

  • Strong organisational skills and the ability to self-schedule tasks

  • Proactive and focused on customer satisfaction

  • Excellent English and German communication skills (both written and verbal)

  • Proficient computer literacy skills (Microsoft Office)

  • Full driving license and able to travel at short notice 


Important information

FMC contact for the role: Griffri Walker-Slade ( 

Reference number: 11923

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    Updated on 2017-08-07T17:04:38+00:00, by Matthew Graham.