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Resident Engineer - Heywood - REF No. EB5141

Industry Sector: Engineering - Mechanical
Location: Heywood, Greater Manchester, England

Salary: from £30000 to £33000 per Annum

FRS Office: Birmingham (East)
Consultant: Amanda Babington

Job Summary

The Resident Engineer must ideally have a minimum of three years experience within the Fork lift industry, but this is not essential. This Resident Engineer will need to have an extensive knowledge of mechanical and electrical engineering combined with an understanding of hydraulics. Main Duties and Responsibilties To ensure site stock is monitored/counted, and sufficient for the day to day maintenance of the fleet To carry out inspections and monitor the safety of the repaired and maintained trucks To accurately complete job sheets, timesheets and purchase requisition and parts paperwork within the required timescales To take responsibility for all equipment and tooling (including van/laptop/printer etc) and ensure that it is in a safe condition for the type of work being undertaken

Detailed Job Description

Resident Engineer

Heywood

Permananent

Week 1

Sunday to Friday 7am to 3.30pm 1/2 lunch

Saturday - Rest Day

Week 2

Sunday - Rest Day

Monday to Thursday 3.30pm to 10pm 1/2 lunch

Friday - Rest Day

This Resident Engineer will be required to carry out service and repairs to equipment on customer sites in a safe, professional and cost effective manner, maintaining documentation of all works carried out in line with Health & Safetty and Quality procedures. The Resident Engineer role will involve workiing to a planned schedule of service and maintenance jobs at our clients premises. As well as on site work, there may occasionally be requirements to work off site also.

The Resident Engineer must ideally have a minimum of three years experience within the Fork lift industry, but this is not essential. This Resident Engineer will need to have an extensive knowledge of mechanical and electrical engineering combined with an understanding of hydraulics.

Main Duties and Responsibilties

To ensure site stock is monitored/counted, and sufficient for the day to day maintenance of the fleet

To carry out inspections and monitor the safety of the repaired and maintained trucks

To accurately complete job sheets, timesheets and purchase requisition and parts paperwork within the required timescales

To take responsibility for all equipment and tooling (including van/laptop/printer etc) and ensure that it is in a safe condition for the type of work being undertaken

To work to strict planned schedules and deadlines

Experience/Qualifications

Essential Skills

Must hold a Full Uk Driving Licence

Proficient in fault finding and repair

Educated with an ability to achieve a grade C in English and Maths at GCSE

Experience of Health & Safety requirements working in a workshop practice

Commitment to continuing personal and professional development

Excellent organisational skills, resourceful and solution driven

A high standard of accuracy and attention to detail

Ability to multi task, prioritising workloads to work to tight deadlines

Ability to work independently or in a team

Clear communication skills - oral and written

Consultation and negotiation skills

Flexibility to cope with diverse needs of the post

Highly motivated and possessing a resilience to work under pressure

Positive, personable and optimisitic with a can do attitude

Desirable Skills

Recent and relevant experience of working in the forklift truck service environment

Engineering qualification


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