Crane Engineering Surveyor - Salisbury/Andover/Devizes

Linkit Recruitment Limited
Salisbury, UK
20 May 2019
27 May 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
Linkit Recruitment are currently recruiting for an Engineering Surveyor (Crane & Lifting Equipment) for a Global Leading Inspection Company.

The role will include carrying out high quality inspections on various lifting equipment such as MEWPS, HIAB, Cranes, FLT's etc.., following H&S standards and regulatory and statutory requirements such as LOLER and PUWER.

Main Duties will include:
  • Whilst acting as a fully integrated member of a national and regional team, retain independent and individual ownership and responsibility for all allocated inspection and technical activities.
  • Formulate, produce and distribute inspection reports in a professional manner within daily timescales and service standards.
  • Ensure survey's and inspections are carried out in set time scales in line with planned schedule of work
  • Work closely with Regional Planner to ensure the plan is completed on a daily basis, any change must be communicated to the planner
  • Provide, build and maintain excellent client relationships and ensure that all customer service standards are met.
  • Maintain technical standards within business units to meet business plan measures participating in Technical Competency Testing and Technical Audits (internal and external).
  • Work effectively with Area Managers and Regional Managers to ensure all KPI's are met
  • Provide training for other Engineer Surveyors as required.
  • Identify any possible business opportunities and advise all appropriate business areas.
  • Be able to respond and work flexibly, including requests to work nationally or outside of the region, when required. There will be occasional requirements to stay away from home
  • Maintain an awareness of developments in standards and legislation affecting the Engineer Surveyor's engineering discipline, and support change as required.
  • Act on behalf of the company, making full use of technical expertise, when required.
  • Operate in line with Company Values and Code of Ethics
  • Fully utilize all operational systems available ensuring accurate data is inputting and reflected

  • Proven experience with sound technical knowledge of the relevant engineering discipline/s.
  • Computer literate
  • Good knowledge of market, industry trends, developments and changes in legislation.
  • Proven experience in H&S
  • Knowledge of in-service inspection procedures and processes.

Qualifications required:
  • NVQ level 3 / HNC / HND or comparable
  • Relevant H&S qualification (desirable)
  • Hold a current U.K. driving license.

  • Salary dependent upon experience and qualifications
  • 25 days holiday plus 8 statutory bank holidays.
  • Pension scheme up to 12%.
  • Company Car/Allowance Provided
  • Fuel Card Provided
  • Health Care
  • Flexible Benefits Scheme

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