Crane Engineering Surveyor - Salisbury/Andover/Devizes

Recruiter
Linkit Recruitment Limited
Location
Salisbury, UK
Salary
Competitive
Posted
20 May 2019
Closes
27 May 2019
Ref
1140589425
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
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

Experience/Skills:
  • 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.

Package:
  • 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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