Current Vacancies at TM Machinery

Due to our continued expansion we are currently recruiting for the following positions. To register your interest please email your CV to sales@tmservices.co.uk.

Dust Extraction Specialist

An exciting opportunity has opened up to join our highly successful and ever-expanding team, as we look to grow our dust extraction supply and support activities.

As the exclusive UK dealer for one of Europe’s best known and reputable dust extraction suppliers, AL-KO of Germany, we are pushing ahead with ambitious plans to grow this side of our business.

With the support of our experienced and highly regarded engineering team, on-going training from AL-KO, access to a large customer base and a dedicated promotional drive, this is a great chance to lead the growth of a successful operation from the ground up.

If you are an ambitious and driven individual with experience in the design, specification, supply and installation of dust extraction equipment, especially within the woodworking industry, then we want to hear from you.

Service Engineer

Due to continued business expansion, we are looking to appoint a Service Engineer. Responsible for machinery installations, maintenance and repair activities throughout the UK, the successful candidate will have a solid background in mechanical / electrical engineering including an appropriate apprenticeship and excellent machinery breakdown and repair capabilities. Previous experience in the woodworking machinery sector is desirable but not essential. A keen eye for detail and fault finding is also key.

Full driving licence needed. Some overnight stays required.

In-House Engineer

T.M. Services are recruiting for an In-House Engineer. Based at our Leicester premises, the varied role involves refurbishing a range of woodworking machinery including vertical panel saws, loading and unloading machinery and supporting the servicing and maintenance team where necessary.

The successful candidate will have a strong background in mechanical engineering, preferably including an applicable apprenticeship, and experience of machinery maintenance. A forklift licence is desirable but not essential.