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Workshop Engineer

Job Title: Workshop Engineer 
Salary: Competitive + benefits
Hours37.5 per week, Monday to Friday
Contract: Permanent
Location: Edinburgh

About Us:

Agilico is a
fast-growing technology business with offices located across the UK.  Our
aim is to provide high quality business solutions tailored to individual
customer requirements.  

We are passionate
about our employees and looking for highly motivated individuals that want to
carve a successful career with us.

The Role:

We are looking to
hire an experienced Workshop Engineer to join our team in Edinburgh.

You must be an enthusiastic worker with excellent communication skills and a can-do attitude.  You will be expected to assist with coordinating the daily workshop activities and to provide installation, maintenance, and technical support for the company’s product.

To be successful in this role, you should have previous workshop experience and competent working on equipment such as multi-functional devices (copiers/printers). The primary tasks and responsibilities are to provide workshop and maintenance support to complete pre-delivery inspections and set-up ready for installations, as well as refurbishment works on a range of machines.  

Key Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:


  • Help prepare new
    machines for delivery
  • Undertake device
    strip-down and removal of parts/boards for further use
  • Undertake
    fault-finding to assist field-based engineers
  • Salvage parts and
    consumables for refurbishment
  • Responsible for
    monitoring stock and goods in/out 
  • Responsible for
    maintaining an accurate stock inventory
  • Responsible for
    organising the Workshop depending on its stock


  • Support engineers
    on a daily basis assisting them to fulfil their duties
  • Assist engineers in
    the field by couriering parts to the location (where necessary)

Health & Safety

  • To meet all Site
    Health and Safety requirements and documentation required
  • Responsible for
    always wearing the correct PPE
  • Ensure that the Workshop is clean and tidy at all times and that waste packaging is removed and disposed of safely, in line with Health and safety guidance

Other requirements

  • To undertake such
    other duties, training and/or hours of work as may be reasonably required, and
    which are consistent with the general level of responsibility of this job as
    detailed by the line manager


  • Proven work experience in a workshop setting
  • Experience of working on copiers / printers / multi-functional devices –
    including service, repairing and installations, as well as refurbishment is desirable
  • Knowledge of workshop software and MS Office packages
  • Ability to input, retrieve and analyse data
  • Hands-on commitment to getting the job done
  • Knowledge of Health and Safety guidelines
  • Knowledge of query resolution processes


  • Manual handling
  • Team player
  • Competent use of
    stair-walker (desirable)
  • Customer care
  • Communication
  • Attention to detail
  • Working to
  • Flexible to service


  • 23 days (rising by
    1 day per year to a maximum of 28 days), plus bank holidays
  • Stakeholder pension
  • Healthcare Cash
  • Death in Service
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Cycle to work
  • Voucher &
    discount hub