As part of one of the world’s largest terminal operators, our Client offers the opportunity to work for a global organisation in an exciting working environment that relies on team work, commitment, communication and leadership.
The Company is the UK’s most integrated logistics hub, a state-of-the-art, globally connected deep-sea port and rail terminal.
As a result of continued growth and the expansion of services our Client is looking to increase their team of dedicated technicians to support the increased utilisation of equipment.
The integral role of Mechanical Technician contributes to the smooth running of terminal operations by ensuring availability and reliability of cranes and mobile equipment. Technicians are assigned to an asset group, to carry out preventive maintenance, repairs and project related work, as well as to provide support during the delivery, inspection and commissioning of new equipment.
This role is required to join our breakdown teams working on shift.
To ensure that all preventive maintenance and repair activities are carried out at the highest level of efficiency and quality at optimum cost. To work safely and effectively in accordance with internal and HSE requirements. Maintain high equipment availability, reliability and safety standards in line with goals and objectives set out by the Company.
The above outlined responsibilities are not exhaustive and you may be required to carry out other tasks that are appropriate to your role in addition to these.
National Qualifications Framework – Minimum Level 3 Qualification (NVQ, City & Guilds etc.)
Knowledge and Experience
Excellent knowledge of equipment maintenance ideally with experience of some or all of the following:
Our Client is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief or marital status.
All positions within the Company are subject to CRB checks.
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