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Field Service Engineer, Perth, Philips

Published 2022-06-29
Expires 2022-07-29
ID #1064569027
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Field Service Engineer, Perth, Philips
Australia, Western Australia, Perth,
Published June 29, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Field service engineer


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Philips Healthcare is one of the world’s top three medical device companies. We aim to improve the quality of people’s lives through developments including imaging systems, customer services, information and monitoring systems. The Healthcare sector will challenge your thinking, develop your professional skills and bring you into contact with people who share the same commitment to simplicity and world-class service. Being a part of Philips Healthcare means having an opportunity to drive your career in an organisation where there is incredible diversity across function, skill and geography. We are a fascinating business to be a part of – a global leader in our chosen fields with a strong emphasis on creating impact through meaningful innovation.Your challenge:An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Field Service Engineer to work on medical imaging systems based in Perth, Western Australia. This is a critical customer facing role with responsibilities of maintaining and developing robust customer relationships and providing expert technical advice on maintenance, installation and servicing of our medical equipment (software & hardware) in line with our regulations and policies. Furthermore, the responsibilities also include:Executing technical service to the requests, problems, or planned service activities.

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