We are now accepting applications from Area Engineers who would like to work with one of the UK’s largest trade associations who represents the transport interests of companies moving goods and people by road, rail, sea and air. Established since 1889.
They are looking for Area Engineers who will be responsible for carrying out audits and maintenance inspections of vehicles, ancillary equipment and administration systems.
The moment you join this company you will notice a culture that's distinctly different. Operating on the ethos that they are "one team serving our members," with surveys consistently showing high levels of employee engagement.
97% of staff understand how their work contributes to the company’s success
94% of staff feel their work is meaningful to them
92% of staff are proud to work for this company
90% of staff feel personally driven to help this company succeed
You will be able to plan, organise and complete all work allocated in a timely manner, in line with customer requirements and strictly adhering to safety guidelines.
To ensure that the high standards and quality of work set by the company are achieved at all times, whilst maintaining pre-set productivity targets.
Ensure that all documentation and reports are accurately completed.
Ensure that electronic systems and laptop information is securely protected, and that work done is transmitted to Head Office every working day.
Actively engage with customers, providing cost effective and practicable solutions if required.
Attend training sessions and meetings as directed.
Assist the Regional Operations Manager in other duties, as requested.
Able to demonstrate the company values (Reputation, Excellence, Togetherness & Dynamism)
Essential Experience & Qualifications:
You are a fully trained HGV, PSV or MHE Engineers, with relevant technical qualifications.
Industry recognised qualification in motor vehicle engineering is required such as City and Guilds Level 2 or National Vocational Qualification Level 2
3 Years previous experience is required in motor vehicle engineering in order to meet IRTEC requirements.
Full UK Driving License is essential
Good organisational and communication skills
Membership of a relevant professional body is desirable
HGV Category C/ C+E licence is desirable
PSV Category D licence is desirable
Good IT proficiency and ability to pick up new systems.
The role requires flexibility from the successful applicant and an understanding that it does involve regular travel and occasional overnight stays to ensure all work is completed.
Benefits include, company car, healthcare, pension, BUPA, 25 days holiday and bonus.
This company are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons.