Job - Field Service Engineer, Infrasys International Limited
Infrasys International Limited

Infrasys International Ltd. is the leading hospitality IT solution provider with over 5,000 installations across Asia Pacific, North America and the Middle East and our award-winning product – Gourmate® is widely deployed and endorsed by international hotel chains, clubs, theme parks, fine dining restaurants and quick service restaurants. We continue driving for innovation as our core value and strive to provide the best possible customer experience by offering value, relevant technology, customized systems, superior service and support, and differentiated products.

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Field Service Engineer

Job Ref.CT/LSS/E/20161128

Job Responsibilities:

  • Perform on-site hardware replacement and service support for hotel and restaurant customers;
  • Capable of problem solving, troubleshooting & hardware repairing;
  • Outdoor work is required

Job Requirements:

  • F.5 or above with 1-2 years relevant work experience
  • Self-motivated, responsible and willing to learn.
  • Willing to perform shift duties and work during weekends and statutory holidays
  • Experience in Point-of-Sales (POS) field will be an advantage

Interested parties please send your full CV with current and expected salary to

Personal information collected will be used for recruitment purpose only and will be kept strictly confidential.

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CT/LSS/E/20161128 (CT3104593-01#0058)
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