Fleet Support Engineer

13 Jan 2018
16 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

Fleet Support Engineer

About Amey

Fundamental to living our core values is having great people in our business. That's why we believe that Amey is only as great as the people we employ.

We place great value on our people and the contribution they make to our business, that’s why we aim to offer a competitive benefits package to all of our employees.

Working for Amey you will receive a competitive salary and will be able to join our contributory pension scheme. In addition, you will be entitled to Company sponsored life assurance and a generous holiday entitlement. You will also be invited to join Amey Choices which offers a range of flexible benefit options and offers additional benefits available throughout the year.

Amey is an equal opportunities employer.

Who are we?

ALC is a joint venture between Amey Plc and Babcock International Group Plc, set up to deliver the C Vehicle Capability Contract. It’s our responsibility to ensure the MOD has all the construction and plant equipment they need, when they need it and in the most efficient manner possible.

We provide first line support 24/7/365 via our dedicated helpdesk, providing the MOD with global visibility of the 2,200 strong fleet via a Management Information System; a fleet that includes everything from cranes and bulldozers, to excavators and forklifts.

The Opportunity

You will use your expertise and previous plant experience to repair, maintain and refurbish our MOD Plant equipment across the East region. There may be times where you will be required to assist at other sites.

Working on our prestige account you will be at the heart of the MOD Equipment Demand and ensuring we deliver where needed.

You will be based in Woodbridge, Suffolk predominately, but when the work dictates you could be travelling to different sites to conduct repairs and routine maintenance work on equipment’s that are out on hire.

Daily duties

  • Repair, maintain, inspect and service, plant, equipment and associated ancillaries to current company standards and LOLER and PUWER legislation.
  • Assist regional staff to maintain local stocks of spares, CES, ancillaries, attachments and local technical documentation, as appropriate.
  • Ensure that all company policies and procedures are followed at all times.
  • Develop interface with local MoD maintenance staff and provide assisted maintenance to level of own expertise, as appropriate.
  • Undertake delivery, collection and exchange of equipment and transactions, including inspections, for handover/back of equipment as required.
  • Ensure that safe systems of work are adopted and company Health Safety and Environment policies are understood and adhered to at all times.
  • Maintain any company vehicle provided in line with current ALC, Parent Company guidelines and policies.
  • Ensure that when working remotely effective time management systems are adopted to maximise output.

Your Experience

  • You will have previous experience in construction related plant maintenance. Knowledge of military plant use would be desirable.
  • You will be educated to City and Guilds, NVQ 2 or equivalent in mechanical engineering or hold a relevant industry equivalent qualification.
  • You will have experience in the diagnosis of plant failure.
  • You will hold a Full UK driving licence.
  • You will have a working knowledge of Health & Safety, Environmental and legislation requirements for the plant & transport industry.
  • You will have knowledge of plant maintenance requirements, able to demonstrate by hands-on approach.
  • Where required you will be attend any training courses provided or self-acquired.

Additional Requirements

The successful candidate will be required to undergo and clear a high-level security clearance

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