Workshop Engineer - Lifting Equipment

Simplified Recruitment
North Yorkshire
Dependant on Experience
01 Oct 2016
20 Oct 2016
Contract Type
Workshop Engineer – Lifting Equipment Our client is looking for an enthusiastic, self motivated individual with a flexible attitude. The individual will be carrying out examination and testing of Lifting Equipment. Duties & Responsibilities: • Carrying out Inspection, Service, Repair and Testing of Lifting Equipment in accordance with LOLER regulations. • Repair of various Lifting Equipment will include but not limited to Chain Slings, Electrical Chain hoists, Pull lifts, Genies, Tirfors, Hydraulic Jacking Equipment. • Ensure that repair orders are processed according to the established guidelines and that work is completed to schedule. • To maintain high standards of housekeeping within the workshop and maintain a safe working environment. • Occasionally to attend customer sites to assist with equipment repair. Requirements of the Workshop Engineer: • Previous experience is essential. • Evidence of technical training relevant to position. • Ability to work under pressure, set deadlines and prioritise tasks. • LEEA qualifications preferred but not essential. Our client is a rapidly expanding and successful business specialising in the supply of equipment for various different applications relating to Lifting & Handling. The service that they offer includes the Hire, Sale, Repair, Inspection, Testing and Design & Fabrication of most types of lifting related equipment on a regional, national & international level. The company operates from 9 strategically placed branch locations those being Preston, Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, West London, East London, Glasgow, Birmingham and Middlesbrough that employs around 80 full time staff between its sites. They also have a Lifting Projects division based in Preston which specialises in Heavy Lifting Equipment, Contract Lifting and Bespoke Fabrication. Our client started in 2007 and shows sustainable growth year on year. Location – Middlesbrough, TS6 Hours of Work – Monday – Friday 7:30am – 5:30pm, must be available to work overtime when required, this could include Saturdays Salary – Dependant on Experience Start Date – Immediate start available Please apply online for this Workshop Engineer role with your CV and covering letter. Please check your email for confirmation that your application has been received for this Workshop Engineer role and to follow further instructions if applicable. This job was originally posted as