Junior Service Engineer


Our client are one of the UK & Irelands largest distributor of bespoke high end audio systems & equipment who due to continued growth are looking to add a junior service engineer to their growing team.

The role;

Responsibilities involve primarily inspecting and repairing the audio equipment, ranging from affordable “mass market” products up-to specialist, esoteric components. Another key task is the administration behind the repair itself, alongside other day-to-day responsibilities required to keep a service department running.

Candidate requirements;

Hands-on with premium audio and visual products, and one who is able to manage workload appropriately, considering own individual responsibilities and that of a small team. Experience with Microsoft Office suite is essential, as is either electrical engineering qualifications or experience in a similar role. An ability to understand and work from electronic circuit drawings would also be a huge benefit.


Competitive base salary



Commutable Locations;

Didcot, Abingdon, Oxford, Wantage, Grove, Reading, Newbury, Thame, Witney, Carterton, Faringdon


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