|Job Ref:||204708638||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||Shropshire||City:||Ash||Address:||Post Code:||GU12||Salary:||£13.00 - £14.00/hour||Post Date:||21/10/2016 02:23|
We are currently recruiting a HGV Technician for our Whitchurch based client. |
Hours of work Monday - Friday rotating shift pattern 6am - 2.30pm and 1.30pm - 10pm
Hourly rate £13 - £14 per hour
To provide a maintenance and repair service to all vehicles entering the workshop in a timely and productive manner.
To prepare vehicles to a standard to enable MOT pass.
Your main duties will include:
• Service and repair customer vehicles.
• Fault finding and diagnosis of hydraulic and electrical systems.
• Welding and fabrication.
• Completion of statutory inspection sheets.
• Preparing vehicles for MOT testing.
• Providing an efficient breakdown service within field repairs to the highest standard of workmanship.
• To ensure all Health & Safety policies and procedures are complied with in line with current legislation.
• To take part in any training or development deemed necessary to carry out tasks.
• To complete other duties as requested by a Manager or Supervisor.
• To undertake standby and break down callout duties as part of your role.
• Technical skills, knowledge and experience of all mechanical repair aspects of a commercial vehicle workshop on a full range of vehicles.
• Ability to complete clerical work, to include clear and accurate completion of job cards, all service / inspection sheets in various formats.
• Must have the ability to use a variety of IT systems to include diagnostic equipment and time management systems, and to be well organised in your approach to all of the above mentioned items.
• Up-to-date knowledge of vehicle legislation, and trade practices i.e. DVSA legislation and drivers hours etc.
• Any relevant technical and engineering qualification required.
• Must be able to inspect and repair vehicles to a minimum standard laid down in the Guide to maintaining roadworthiness issues by DVSA.
Directly responsible to: Workshop Controller / Workshop Supervisor