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 Post subject: Are you looking for a project based Field engineer job?
PostPosted: Fri Jun 22, 2018 9:32 am 
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A field engineer refers to a technician whose job is on the main site in the field. It is not an office-based job and instead, the field engineer is required to spend time on the site dealing with the problems that his clients face. Various names are used for this profession. Some refer to them as a field technician, while others prefer the term field service technicians.

Field engineer makes use of scientific, engineering and mathematical theories in addressing the problems that arise and helps in the proper functioning of the production department. A distinctive field technician job description includes research, maintenance, installation process, tests machines and other allied activities. Ordinarily, field engineer jobs involve working at a client site, rather than the organization that the field engineer works at. Thus, this is not a typical 9 – 5-desk job. In fact, the profession regularly involves long hours of work, which may even extend to all days of the week. A field engineer must possess critical thinking as and when required to solve the issue within agreed time limits. He would also need to be a quick thinker.

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