Field engineer jobs

What does a Field Engineer do?
Field Engineers can work in a number of different industries, but the one constant across them all is that you will very rarely be working in an office. As the name implies, you will be in the field, on site, getting your hands on equipment.

Where do Field Engineers work?
Anywhere in the world is the easy answer. From Brunel's perspective, most of our field engineer jobs are in the Oil and Gas, Mining and Renewable Energy industries, especially on offshore windfarms and at chemical refineries.

Why work with Brunel?
We've placed hundreds of Field Engineers into jobs, whether it's just for a single project as a contractor, or joining an organisation on a permanent basis and developing your career, we understand what's important to you.

Jobs for Field Engineers

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