A background in either marine, agricultural or mechanical engineering would be desirable. Experience within the aquaculture industry would also be of benefit.
Flexible working arrangements can be considered for the right candidate, including full-time, 2-weeks on/2-weeks off with accommodation provided, and part-time working.
A full UK driving licence is essential – current valid certification in the following would also be preferred:
• A form of Marine Engineering qualification
• Telescopic and fixed mast forklift certification
• Accredited welding and fabrication certification
• Level 2 Powerboat qualification
A person with good practical and technical skills is required, as is the ability to work quickly and accurately under pressure and to manage and prioritise a varied workload. A person who is motivated, with good communication skills and who is able to work independently or as part of a team is expected.
Applicants should be physically fit - most of the work is outdoors and there is a requirement to persevere often under severe weather conditions.
Employees are eligible to join our contributory pension scheme and discretionary bonus scheme following satisfactory completion of a probationary period. Local shared accommodation can be available at a discounted rate as required.
How to Apply
For more information and an application form, please visit www.wrs.co.uk/jobs or contact Sheila Mitchell by telephone on 01854 612121 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org