CPL are proud to be working in partnership with their client, a Public Sector Organisation based in Armagh
Job duties for a Fitter/Mechanic, who reports directly to the Workshop Supervisor:
1. Repair and maintenance of light and heavy goods vehicles, plant and machinery including fault diagnosis.
2. Attend off-site breakdowns and effect necessary repairs to render vehicle roadworthy or recover to Depot.
3. Carry out new vehicle Pre-Delivery Inspections and Routine Vehicle Safety Inspections. Commission new plant and equipment and maintain fleet records.
4. Carry out planned maintenance works on all fleet vehicles in accordance with annual programme. Plan required maintenance operations and parts requirements etc to ensure efficient and effective servicing to minimise downtime for all fleet vehicles.
5. Lead, Supervise and implement projects commensurate with the post as and when required, taking responsibility for results, completion dates etc.
6. Road test vehicles and make recommendations to Supervision on safety/road worthiness of vehicles.
7. Responsible for the security of fleet items and mobile plant while in the Garage premises and for the authorised movements of such items in and out of the Workshop.
8. Carry out responsive maintenance works on all fleet vehicles as necessary and as directed by Supervision. Operate a triage system.
9. Make recommendations to Supervision and Stores management on parts/spares and repairs required to affect a cost-effective repair to vehicles/plant.
10. Carry out detailed PSV/MOT pre-inspections on all vehicles and make recommendations to Supervision as to type and extent of repairs needed to ensure a PSV/MOT pass.
11. Carry out fault diagnostics on a wide range of specialist vehicle control systems, including hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical, and electronic systems.
12. Use computer-based vehicle test/diagnostic systems to diagnose and repair and adjust vehicle systems.
13. Carry out bodywork, chassis repairs and re-fabrication on a range of vehicles and plant, requiring skills in the use of welding (Mig, arc and gas) soldering, cutting and sheet metal forming, panel beating and spray painting.
14. Maintain written records of all work against each individual vehicle or item of plant, in accordance with DVA regulations and Council procedures.
15. Maintenance of wide range of grounds/grass maintenance equipment including agricultural tractors and implements, ride-on mowing machines, range of plant, as well as site plant including telehandlers, hoists and compactors etc.
16. Be fully aware of all Health and Safety requirements in relation to all vehicle, plant and equipment maintenance procedures, handling and storage of heavy materials, manual handling procedures and all other appropriate safety related legislation.
Person Specification & Essential criteria:
- City & Guilds/NVQ Level 2 in Motor Vehicle/HGV Studies or equivalent
- Minimum of three years post apprenticeship experience in motor vehicle maintenance
- Experience of maintaining hydraulic equipment and electrical systems.
- Experience of HGV maintenance
- Knowledge of electrical diagnostics systems
- Proficient in the application of Health and Safety systems;
- Applicants must have a full Current Category B Driving licence
What we have to offer:
- Hourly rate of £12.98 paid weekly
- Holiday pay
- 37 hour per week, between Monday to Sunday 7.30am to 6.30pm;
- Flexible work patterns
- For the right applicants the role will be extended or made permanent
Interested ? Next steps are:
Please apply with your CV, add a cover note demonstrating how you meet the criteria. Candidates who are shortlisted will be asked to complete a pro-forma document and then will attend an interview. For further information, please contact Shauneen at Cpl on 02890 725679