Workshop Engineer

Morris Clarke Recruitment Limited
Daventry, UK
14 Sep 2019
02 Oct 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
To Maintain, repair, service and modify the company's current product range. Assist in the smooth operation of the workshop and take responsibility for completing all paperwork in a timely manner.

Equipment should be inspected for technical inaccuracies and ascetics considering at all times our customer impact. Ensure all machines are assessed and PDI form completed prior to despatch. Responsible for testing all workshop machinery in line with current Health and Safety guidelines.


·To service, maintain, overhaul, fault-find and rectify faults on the company's products within the limits of training.

·To refurbish/restore used or hire machines to a high standard for resale, including assessing defects (mechanical and aesthetic), ordering parts and carrying out the necessary repairs in a cost effective manner.

·To diagnose and calibrate the machines using the supplied diagnostic equipment, (training and support will be provided).

·To promptly report all minor, major or unusual defects on company products, especially new models or modified products to ensure continual product improvement.

·To take care of company property including tools, manuals and computers. Defects should be reported to your Line Manager immediately.

·To practice good housekeeping at all times.

·To accurately complete and submit worksheets and all other required documentation in a timely manner.

·To report to your manager any incidence of machine abuse by customers, whether hired or purchased.

·To maintain a clean, tidy and safe working environment.

·To deal promptly with customer enquiries, complaints or problems, referring to higher authority anything which cannot be handled by the job holder.

·To undertake projects as required by your manager from time to time.

·To ensure that the Company's Safety Regulations are followed at all times.

·To undertake and attend training courses necessary to develop and maintain competence to undertake the role.

·To operate at the highest professional and ethical standards at all times.

·To operate at all times within the Company's policies and procedures.

·At all times to promote a professional company image.

·To develop good customer relations by always conveying a fair, courteous, ethical and reasonable attitude.

·You may be occasionally required to work overtime.

Skills & Experience


• Excellent communication skills both verbal & written

• Highly organised with experience of working to fixed time critical deadlines

• At least 5 years engineering experience within a workshop environment

• The successful candidates will be required to have a good knowledge/previous experience of servicing and maintaining a range of petrol / LPG, diesel and/or electrical equipment and would be ideally trained to City and Guilds standards with ideally, previous experience in the cleaning equipment or similarly related industry.

• Knowledge/previous experience in using diagnostic equipment.

• Knowledge of hydraulic systems.


• Good working knowledge of MS Office suite of programmes

• Good working knowledge of SAP systems

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