Digital Agriculture Field Support Engineer

An infinitely varied and exciting role, you will be responsible for providing high quality timely support to the Company’s growing UK customer base, both remote and on-site, as well as system installation and operator training. Typical systems include machine control, application rate and section control, steering, telemetry and data management, both hardware and software. We are totally independent so therefore you will be working with a wide range of manufacture’s. You will be joining a team of like-minded professionals, focused on the development of future technologies and with a passion for the digital environment. Seasonal demands will require a flexible approach to working hours which is recognised in a generous annual leave allowance and a modern task-focused approach.

WHAT QUALITIES AND EXPERIENCE DO I NEED?

  • You’ll have thorough technical and troubleshooting experience (ideally supported by regular training) in agricultural technology systems, either from a dealership or manufacturer background
  • Your passion for the technology world and the increasing digitisation of systems will be obvious in conversation with you, and you’ll be able to confidently articulate their function and agronomic benefits
  • All-round experience with diagnostic systems, Isobus, GPS, GNSS or RTK experience would also be desirable
  • You’ll have good interpersonal and communication skills, along with a healthy standard of IT literacy including MS Office applications
  • Practical experience in wiring harness repair, makeup and installation would ease a swift integration
  • Your hands-on machine operator skills will be evident – the tractor cab will be a familiar environment and you will understand the context in which products and systems are installed, with a high degree of end user empathy and familiarity with touch screens, especially control systems for seed drills, sprayers and fertiliser spreaders
  • A full clean UK driving licence is required, and you’ll be comfortable with regular travel (occasionally overseas)

WHAT CAN WE OFFER YOU?

  • A fantastic opportunity to learn and develop your skills within the forefront of agricultural and technology, we actively encourage training within the role
  • Competitive salary – with flexible working hours structured more on task, than hours worked
  •  All necessary equipment, laptop, mobile phone etc.
  • A very cool Company vehicle and plenty of specialist tools
  •  26 days holiday + bank holidays
  •  Bonus annually dependent upon personal performance
  • A job that’s cool, interesting and working with a great team

Ideally this role will suit you if you are based in the North of the England, the A1 corridor from North Lincolnshire to Newcastle.  We do have roles in other areas of the country, so don’t let this put you off – Get in touch!

To apply for this role or for more information please email Jobs@nickabbey.co.uk