Auto Electrician required for the Fire Division of this well established company, You will liaise with the Workshop senior engineer and Workshop Co-ordinator at the commencement of duty each morning to receive guidance/instructions on vehicle defects and related repair priorities.
An Auto Electrician to accurately and quickly diagnose vehicle defects and repair appropriately.
Also to undertake vehicle diagnostics, repair, and other related work as directed on fire vehicles, MOD airport equipment and any other specialist equipment that is maintained by us
To ensure acceptable levels of customer satisfaction are achieved.
Accurately and quickly fault diagnose and undertake resultant repairs, including the use of electronic diagnostic equipment. To include working experience of a range of makes and models of Fire appliances and specialist vehicles.
Able to undertake vehicle servicing, repair and other related work.
Complete all vehicle servicing and repair documentation correctly, in a timely manner and to a good standard.
Able to interpret and remedy vehicle defect descriptions communicated by vehicle users.
Be willing to assist colleagues in the execution of their jobs as required.
To hold levels 1, 2 and 3 City and Guilds Auto Electrician or equivalent qualification.
To have served a 3 year apprenticeship or equivalent training programme or have had appropriate work experience to an equivalent standard
To demonstrate substantial experience in Auto Electrician fault diagnosis and resultant repairs, including the use of electronic diagnostic equipment. To include working experience of a range of makes and models of Fire appliances or specialist vehicles
Experience of working on emergency service vehicles and Airport Fire service vehicles an advantage but not essential.
Experience of undertaking fault diagnosis and repairs on specialist vehicles is essential
Personal /Interpersonal Skills, Aptitudes:
To be able to interpret and remedy vehicle defect descriptions communicated by vehicle users.
A flexible approach to working in a workshop team environment
Certified to work on 110/240 volt electrical systems
Be prepared to undertake training to gain 110/240 volt electrical certification
Good knowledge of Health & Safety requirements within a workshop environment
Hours: 38.75 per week - Monday to Friday Days
Salary: £30,000 - £34,000 (Reviewed after 6 and 12 months)
Benefits: Pension: 6% employer, 5% employee, 28 days holiday (including statutory), death in service 3x annual salary.