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Lower Glebe Farm, West Knighton, Dorchester, DT28PE, Dorset     Start Date: 01 Jan 1970 - Full Time     *Apprentice Rate £9.50/hr to *Qualified rate £32,000 - £37,500 per Year

Job Description


We operate a large fleet of New Plant Machinery, Our hire fleet comprises of everything from Terex and Ausa Dumpers to Merlot and Manitou fixed mast and telescopic as well as the latest JCB Sitemasters, we also Supply everything from 50t Hitachi, Case, New Holland and JCB Excavators down to 1.5T adjustable width track mini excavators, wacker plates, rollers etc

The position is Monday - Friday and some Saturday mornings, basic hours are 45 hours per week, as a company we pay very competitive rates negotiable depending on experience.

The ideal candidate will be experienced in routine maintenance and repair of all makes of Plant Machinery, and preferably have experience in the operation of this type of equipment for testing purposes.

Relevant qualifications in either City & Guilds or formally qualified to NVQ level 3 (or equivalent) in vehicle repair & maintenance preferred although not essential if you have a track record of previous relevant experience.

Being able to work unsupervised and complete the necessary documentation is essential as would awareness of health and safety obligations at all times, the successful candidate can expect to enjoy a varied and interesting occupation with a good salary to reflect their skills and dedication to the company.

As a Plant Engineer you will be supplied with a new modern transit van, to enable repairs on site, you will be required to supply your own tools, however all specialist tools and diagnostic equipment will be supplied by the company with all of the relevant training.

Ability to work on a rota for Saturday mornings for repairs and servicing, will be a requirement.

Key Roles:
• Repairing Plant Equipment and Machinery in a safe and efficient manner
• Able to use and understand results from Diagnostic equipment
• Good housekeeping routines to meet H&S requirements.
• Ensure all paperwork is completed to a high standard.
• Utilise all Personal Protective Equipment as necessary.
• To communicate effectively with the Transport & Workshop Managers

How to Apply


For more information please contact:

Nick Sansom 01305 852064 / nick@gcsaa.co.uk

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