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Paint Sprayer (Automotive) - Barnsley -
  • Engineering, Automotive
  • £14 to £25 Per Hour
  • Barnsley
LOCATION: Barnsley, South Yorkshire  JOB TITLE:  Paint Sprayer (Automotive)  SALARY & BENEFITS: £ Dependant on experience   WORKING HOURS: Full-Time, Permanent   THE COMPANY: Our client, based in Barnsley, has over fifty years of industry-leading manufacturing experience, specialise in premium quality components to the historic motorsport industry and the restoration of competition and road cars. They are seeking an experienced and professional automotive paint sprayer to join there expanding body shop.  THE ROLE: Experienced Automotive Paint Sprayer- Barnsley, South Yorkshire  Based in Barnsley, my client is looking for paint sprayers with experience in the automotive industry.Further qualifications/accreditations would be an advantage to any applicant, must be self-motivated / work under their own initiative and capable of producing a high standard of workmanship.   The business is focused mainly on classic road and competition cars; any experience in this area is preferable but not essential.  Key Responsibilities of a Paint Sprayer to include:-  Your responsibilities will include for the preparation of the vehicle/panels prior to painting   Mixing materials to required specification and quantities   Application of primarily 2 pack/k2 paints, finishing and detailing.    Attention to detail, quality of the finished product whilst keeping a tidy work area and maintaining the equipment provided are essential   THE CANDIDATE: Experienced Automotive Paint Sprayer- Barnsley, South Yorkshire You will have ideally served a recognised apprenticeship as a Paint Sprayer and gained a technical qualification (such as NVQ / VCQ / SVQ / ATA) although individuals who have trained on-the-job or via other routes will also be considered. Either way, you must have previous experience working as a Paint Sprayer/ colourist within a commercial business and be a strong team player with a self-motivation       Key experience essential for the Paint Sprayer role:  Previous Automotive Paint Spraying experience is essentialAbility to work to high-quality standard and demonstrate a sound up-to-date knowledge of vehicle repair techniques.Ability to work as part of a team to define and solve problems that may be affecting the quality, cost or productivity of the parts being producedUnderstand and follow detailed work instructions relating to the painting of parts, completing within specified timescalesQuality focused with meticulous attention to detail Solid background in vehicle colours and paint mixing.Ability to work as part of a dedicated, motivated, punctual, hardworking and well-established teamStrong communication skills with a mature and professional approach.  Does this sound like you? If yes then please hit the apply now button. You will then be sent to an online questionnaire to support your CV and application, please fill in the details and we will be in touch to advise you of the next steps.  
Site Engineering Manager - Global Manufacturer - Manchester -
  • Engineering, Automotive
  • £49,500 to £50,000 Per Annum
  • Manchester
Site Engineering Manager – Global ManufacturerIdeally Based in Manchester, Stockport, Oldham etc. We are now seeking an Experienced Site Engineering Manager, based ideally in Manchester, Stockport or Oldham to take responsibility for all Manufacturing, Engineering and Continuous Improvement within the plant. As a worldwide supplier of niche products into several markets, our client has production sites across Asia, Europe and the USA.  Focussing on their customers, they apply a deep understanding of their markets boasting over 80 years of experience in the manufacturing industry.Salary £45-50k + Excellent Bonus, and BenefitsThe CandidateIdeally Degree educated, you will have: Broad engineering technical skills and knowledge of implementation across a wide range of industries. Experience of automated, continuous process-operations / FMCG Project specification, justification, management and change management.Strong problem solving skills, enabling good business judgement & decision makingManufacturing Engineering experience (including M&I flow, Standard Operations, plant layout, waste elimination, continuous improvement, engineering change control).Lean Manufacturing experience in batch and continuous manufacturing. The RoleReporting to the Site Operations Manager, your principal responsibility in this role is to ensure that site assets are managed and continuously-improved (with relevant justification provided), to ensure that change-initiatives are completed on-time and to budget, ensuring products are manufactured and delivered to market effectively, efficiently, safely, on-time, to specification and in a cost-effect manner, in order that the company continues to be a leading manufacturer in its core area. Direct and manage multiple concurrent engineering projects while ensuring there success in meeting their respective objectivesImplement approved engineering budget and monitor actual expenses to ensure they fall within budget, analyzing out of budget expenses and ensuring they are offset in other areas of the project unless fully justifiedCoordinate and direct projects, making detailed plans to accomplish goals and directing the integration of technical activitiesDirect, review and approve product design and changesConstantly seeking improvements that will reduce maintenance costs and improved equipment reliability from a breakdown standpoint. This is an exciting and challenging opportunity to join a leading manufacturing company and become part of a highly successful and driven team.Apply in ConfidenceTo apply for the Site Engineering Manager role, please forward your CV to Gary Horwood, Senior Recruiter at Glen Callum Associates Ltd or call Gary directly for further details.Gary is an ethical IRP registered recruiter and will deal with your application in strict confidence.  If your application is successful, you will be contacted directly by Gary and he will talk you through in detail the full company role and specifics.JOB REF 2666 GHGlen Callum Associates are a leading automotive and industrial recruitment agency for sales, operational and marketing positions. We have an impressive client base of market leading manufacturers and distributors and are dedicated in providing candidates with advice, support and assistance in their recruitment search. Our consultants have valuable senior sales, marketing and operational experience within organisations within the automotive and industrial industry, allowing us to share an empathy with both client and candidate alike.
Site Engineering Manager - Global Manufacturer - Manchester -
  • Engineering, Automotive
  • £49,500 to £50,000 Per Annum
  • Manchester
Site Engineering Manager – Global ManufacturerIdeally Based in Manchester, Stockport, Oldham etc. We are now seeking an Experienced Site Engineering Manager, based ideally in Manchester, Stockport or Oldham to take responsibility for all Manufacturing, Engineering and Continuous Improvement within the plant. As a worldwide supplier of niche products into several markets, our client has production sites across Asia, Europe and the USA.  Focussing on their customers, they apply a deep understanding of their markets boasting over 80 years of experience in the manufacturing industry.Salary £45-50k + Excellent Bonus, and BenefitsThe CandidateIdeally Degree educated, you will have: Broad engineering technical skills and knowledge of implementation across a wide range of industries. Experience of automated, continuous process-operations / FMCG Project specification, justification, management and change management.Strong problem solving skills, enabling good business judgement & decision makingManufacturing Engineering experience (including M&I flow, Standard Operations, plant layout, waste elimination, continuous improvement, engineering change control).Lean Manufacturing experience in batch and continuous manufacturing. The RoleReporting to the Site Operations Manager, your principal responsibility in this role is to ensure that site assets are managed and continuously-improved (with relevant justification provided), to ensure that change-initiatives are completed on-time and to budget, ensuring products are manufactured and delivered to market effectively, efficiently, safely, on-time, to specification and in a cost-effect manner, in order that the company continues to be a leading manufacturer in its core area. Direct and manage multiple concurrent engineering projects while ensuring there success in meeting their respective objectivesImplement approved engineering budget and monitor actual expenses to ensure they fall within budget, analyzing out of budget expenses and ensuring they are offset in other areas of the project unless fully justifiedCoordinate and direct projects, making detailed plans to accomplish goals and directing the integration of technical activitiesDirect, review and approve product design and changesConstantly seeking improvements that will reduce maintenance costs and improved equipment reliability from a breakdown standpoint. This is an exciting and challenging opportunity to join a leading manufacturing company and become part of a highly successful and driven team.Apply in ConfidenceTo apply for the Site Engineering Manager role, please forward your CV to Gary Horwood, Senior Recruiter at Glen Callum Associates Ltd or call Gary directly for further details.Gary is an ethical IRP registered recruiter and will deal with your application in strict confidence.  If your application is successful, you will be contacted directly by Gary and he will talk you through in detail the full company role and specifics.JOB REF 2666 GHGlen Callum Associates are a leading automotive and industrial recruitment agency for sales, operational and marketing positions. We have an impressive client base of market leading manufacturers and distributors and are dedicated in providing candidates with advice, support and assistance in their recruitment search. Our consultants have valuable senior sales, marketing and operational experience within organisations within the automotive and industrial industry, allowing us to share an empathy with both client and candidate alike.
Field Service Engineer - Surrey -
  • Engineering, Automotive
  • £36,000 to £38,000 Per Annum
  • Surrey
The Company and the Role:The Company is a materials handling equipment company whose operations cover a territory which can best be described as Central Southern England.They sell, hire and maintain new and used engine and electric powered forklifts and warehouse equipment as well as telescopic handlers and high level access equipment and supply every conceivable type of business from Warehouse and Distribution to Manufacturers and Service businesses.Due to their continued growth, the Company is now seeking to employ an additional Field Service Engineer to service and maintain MHE and ancillary equipment in Surrey. This is a permanent position.You will provide consistent high standards in the provision of field based maintenance and repair for the Company's customers forklifts, associated equipment and other hired machinery supplied by the Company, within a designated area.Key Features of the Role:* Be polite and courteous at all times to both customers and colleagues.* Maintain high standards of personal dress and presentation including the condition of the van, tools and other commodities used in the delivery of work.* Fulfil all statutory and company requirements with regard to Health and Safety and adhere to all customer site requirements.* Complete all paperwork (hard copy or electronic) with the relevant and required information and within the specified timescale using all support including IT as necessary. This will include clear identification of. part numbers, order numbers, times and dates, recommended further action and customer commentary.* Utilise all available support including the Senior Technician and/ or Training Manager to effect fast and efficient diagnosis and repair.* Maintain van stock levels to maximise efficiency communicating any additional requirements in a clear manner to Parts or other support staff.* Maintain regular contact and an effective working relationship with Field Service Team Leader making yourself available to them for site meetings as required.* To update the customer support office of any potential problems with customers and any future requirements they may have in a timely manner using appropriate methods (email, telephone….)* Keep the customer informed about the progress of the repair and any follow-up work required using Customer Support Staff as back up and continuity. Knowledge and Skills:To be considered for the role you will need to be an accomplished Service Engineer with your practical experience supported by a recognised related industry Apprenticeship / Armed Forces training.Ideally you will have a proven number of years' experience in the Fork Lift industry or similar industries e.g. HGB and Plant etc but if not then you must have demonstrable knowledge of: Mechanical systems; Internal combustion engines; Transmission systems; Modern electronic control systems; Hydraulics; Electric motors (ac & dc technology).You will be proficient in fault finding and repair.You will have the ability to work independently and in a team.You must have good communication skills, oral and written.You must be able to work to a high standard and to timescales as required.You will have experience of and a good understanding of Health & Safety requirements working in a workshop practice.You will have a strong commitment to continuing personal and professional development.You will have excellent organisational skills, be resourceful and solution focused.You will display a high standard of accuracy and attention to detail.You will be able to multi‐task, prioritising workloads to work to tight deadlines.You should be flexible in your approach and able to cope with the diverse needs of the post.You will be someone who is highly motivated and possessing a resilience to work under pressure, positive, personable and optimistic with a can-do attitude.You should be IT/ PC literate and have a full UK Drivers Licence. Ideally you will have your own set of tools.Our Client is supportive to the ex-military community and therefore applications are welcome from ex-military personnel who have an electrical and / or mechanical engineering background.You will work from home and the working hours are Monday to Friday, 08:00am to 16:30pm, but flexibility is required in order to finish any job on time. Overtime is available and there is a requirement to be available for call outs.What's on Offer:A basic salary circa £28k plus bonuses for team bonus and van cleanliness plus overtime payments and call out payments which means that you can expect to earn around £36-38k per annum.A fully serviced company van with tools is provided and the current Field Engineer vehicle is a Ford Transit style.In addition, there is holiday entitlement which commences at 22 days rising to 28 days plus bank and public holidays plus other benefits of Pension, Life Insurance, Personal Accident Scheme, Westfield Healthcare, free Uniform / overalls and overall cleaning, Subsidised Will Scheme, Cycle to Work Scheme and Give as you Earn Scheme (GAYE).Please do not apply for this vacancy unless you are an experienced Field Service Engineer.4exMilitary receives an overwhelming number of CV's /Resumes each day, and each one is reviewed personally by a Consultant. Our pre-selection process is very thorough in order to meet the specific requirements of our clients.If your details meet the criteria set by our client, then we will contact you regarding the position. If you are not contacted by us, then please assume that your application has not been successful on this occasion.
Senior Supplier QA Engineer - Reigate -
  • Engineering, Aeronautical / Aerospace, Automotive, QA Engineer
  • £40,000 to £47,000 Per Annum
  • Reigate
Position: Senior Supplier QA EngineerLocation: Salfords, SurreySalary: £45,000 - £47,000 (Dependent on Experience)The Senior Supplier QA Engineer Role:This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced QA Engineer. You will be responsible for ensuring supplier quality and compliance.The successful candidate will be expected to drive supplier performance excellence, zero defects, reducing variation, waste and risk reductions. You will also be accountable for ensuring Supplier Quality Engineering maintains effective collaboration, communication and alignment with suppliers, procurement, manufacturing engineering, design engineering and quality assurance throughout the product life cycle.Key Responsibilities of the Senior Supplier QA Engineer: Ensure advanced product quality planning compliance throughout the product maturity cycleEnsure robustness of new product introduction with suppliers, ensuring advanced quality planning tools are deployed and used Develop and maintain a Supplier Audit Schedule based on supplier risk, scope of supply, performance, business criticality and compliance to QMS Perform supplier audits with concise reporting, clear development actions and timescalesEvaluate supplier capability and quality management system assessments and recommend improvement actions to address gapsManage supplier performance data and metrics and champion improvement initiatives (i.e. zero defects, process improvement, risk reduction)Manage and maintain supplier ratings, monitor and report monthly performance and recommend actions to reward top performing suppliers and identify, improve or remove poor performing suppliersDevelop risk mitigation plans for poor performing suppliersMonitor ASL and SQE supplier assignments to ensure sufficient coverage across supply baseCollaborate with Engineering, Operations and Supply Chain to ensure supplier quality is maintained in respect to the Engineering Change Order process outputsEffective cross-functional collaboration to achieve supplier performance targetLead, manage cross functional teams to resolve complex supplier quality problems which may have significant impact on the business i.e. product recalls, production downtime, safety and regulatory issues Skills & Experience Required: Exceptional problem solving/avoidance capability3-5 years’ experience as a Quality Engineer or Supplier Quality Engineer in an Engineering Environment (preferably automotive or aerospace)Experience with New Product Introduction responsibilities desirableExperience with ISO 9001, AS9100 and ISO14001 standardsTrained Auditor to ISO9000/AS9100Clean Driving LicenceLean and or Six Sigma experience Qualifications Required: Degree or equivalent in a quality, technical or engineering disciplineRecognised qualification in quality management The Company:Rapiscan Systems, a wholly-owned subsidiary of OSI Systems, Inc. designs, manufactures and markets security and inspection systems worldwide. Their products are used to inspect baggage, cargo, people, vehicles and other objects for weapons, explosives, drugs and other contraband. Their security and inspection devices can be found in a wide range of locations such as, airports, border crossings, railway stations, sea ports and terminals, government and military installations and nuclear facilities. As the world's leading security screening provider, they provide state-of-the-art products, solutions and services to meet customers' most demanding threat detection needs. What’s Next?So what are you waiting for? If you are interested in this Senior Supplier QA Engineer position, simply apply via the button shown.Candidates that do not receive a response within 21 days should assume that their application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.  Keywords: Supplier, QA Engineer, Quality, Manufacturing, Engineering, Product, Planning, Audit, Automotive, Aerospace, Production, Salfords, Reigate, Surrey This vacancy is being advertised by Net-Recruit.
HGV Fitter - Devizes -
  • Engineering, Automotive
  • £30,000 to £40,000 Per Annum
  • Devizes
HGV FitterLocation: DevizesSalary: DOEHours: NegotiableRole: Your remit will be to carry out the full cycle of Repairs, Servicing, MOT work to a high standard and help the team achieve productivity targets. You will be working on a wide range of Commercial / Heavy Goods Vehicles and the work will be varied including: *Routine & Planned Servicing *Diagnostic Work *MOT Preparation *Vehicle Repairs *Tachograph Maintenance *Completion of all relevant paperwork ensuring that all work undertaken is compliant Requirements: The successful candidate must be qualified to NVQ/BTEC or City & Guilds level 3 in Heavy Goods Vehicle maintenance or have served a relevant apprenticeship. A HGV Class 1 or 2 Licence would be a distinct advantage. Company: Our client is an established business - they are looking for an experienced HGV Fitter to join their busy Workshop. In return you can expect an excellent basic salary and a friendly environment that rewards hard work, great benefits and a stable, long term working environment.
Field Service Engineer - East Sussex -
  • Engineering, Automotive
  • £36,000 to £38,000 Per Annum
  • East Sussex
The Company and the Role:The Company is a materials handling equipment company whose operations cover a territory which can best be described as Central Southern England.They sell, hire and maintain new and used engine and electric powered forklifts and warehouse equipment as well as telescopic handlers and high level access equipment and supply every conceivable type of business from Warehouse and Distribution to Manufacturers and Service businesses.Due to their continued growth, the Company is now seeking to employ an additional Field Service Engineer to service and maintain MHE and ancillary equipment in East Sussex. This is a permanent position.You will provide consistent high standards in the provision of field based maintenance and repair for the Company's customers forklifts, associated equipment and other hired machinery supplied by the Company, within a designated area.Key Features of the Role:* Be polite and courteous at all times to both customers and colleagues.* Maintain high standards of personal dress and presentation including the condition of the van, tools and other commodities used in the delivery of work.* Fulfil all statutory and company requirements with regard to Health and Safety and adhere to all customer site requirements.* Complete all paperwork (hard copy or electronic) with the relevant and required information and within the specified timescale using all support including IT as necessary. This will include clear identification of. part numbers, order numbers, times and dates, recommended further action and customer commentary.* Utilise all available support including the Senior Technician and/ or Training Manager to effect fast and efficient diagnosis and repair.* Maintain van stock levels to maximise efficiency communicating any additional requirements in a clear manner to Parts or other support staff.* Maintain regular contact and an effective working relationship with Field Service Team Leader making yourself available to them for site meetings as required.* To update the customer support office of any potential problems with customers and any future requirements they may have in a timely manner using appropriate methods (email, telephone….)* Keep the customer informed about the progress of the repair and any follow-up work required using Customer Support Staff as back up and continuity. Knowledge and Skills:To be considered for the role you will need to be an accomplished Service Engineer with your practical experience supported by a recognised related industry Apprenticeship / Armed Forces training.Ideally you will have a proven number of years' experience in the Fork Lift industry or similar industries e.g. HGB and Plant etc but if not then you must have demonstrable knowledge of: Mechanical systems; Internal combustion engines; Transmission systems; Modern electronic control systems; Hydraulics; Electric motors (ac & dc technology).You will be proficient in fault finding and repair.You will have the ability to work independently and in a team.You must have good communication skills, oral and written.You must be able to work to a high standard and to timescales as required.You will have experience of and a good understanding of Health & Safety requirements working in a workshop practice.You will have a strong commitment to continuing personal and professional development.You will have excellent organisational skills, be resourceful and solution focused.You will display a high standard of accuracy and attention to detail.You will be able to multi‐task, prioritising workloads to work to tight deadlines.You should be flexible in your approach and able to cope with the diverse needs of the post.You will be someone who is highly motivated and possessing a resilience to work under pressure, positive, personable and optimistic with a can-do attitude.You should be IT/ PC literate and have a full UK Drivers Licence. Ideally you will have your own set of tools.Our Client is supportive to the ex-military community and therefore applications are welcome from ex-military personnel who have an electrical and / or mechanical engineering background.You will work from home and the working hours are Monday to Friday, 08:00am to 16:30pm, but flexibility is required in order to finish any job on time. Overtime is available and there is a requirement to be available for call outs.What's on Offer:A basic salary circa £28k plus bonuses for team bonus and van cleanliness plus overtime payments and call out payments which means that you can expect to earn around £36-38k per annum.A fully serviced company van with tools is provided and the current Field Engineer vehicle is a Ford Transit style.In addition, there is holiday entitlement which commences at 22 days rising to 28 days plus bank and public holidays plus other benefits of Pension, Life Insurance, Personal Accident Scheme, Westfield Healthcare, free Uniform / overalls and overall cleaning, Subsidised Will Scheme, Cycle to Work Scheme and Give as you Earn Scheme (GAYE).Please do not apply for this vacancy unless you are an experienced Field Service Engineer.4exMilitary receives an overwhelming number of CV's /Resumes each day, and each one is reviewed personally by a Consultant. Our pre-selection process is very thorough in order to meet the specific requirements of our clients.If your details meet the criteria set by our client, then we will contact you regarding the position. If you are not contacted by us, then please assume that your application has not been successful on this occasion.
Field Service Engineer - Dorset -
  • Engineering, Automotive
  • £36,000 to £38,000 Per Annum
  • Dorset
The Company and the Role:The Company is a materials handling equipment company whose operations cover a territory which can best be described as Central Southern England.They sell, hire and maintain new and used engine and electric powered forklifts and warehouse equipment as well as telescopic handlers and high level access equipment and supply every conceivable type of business from Warehouse and Distribution to Manufacturers and Service businesses.Due to their continued growth, the Company is now seeking to employ an additional Field Service Engineer to service and maintain MHE and ancillary equipment in Dorset. This is a permanent position.You will provide consistent high standards in the provision of field based maintenance and repair for the Company's customers forklifts, associated equipment and other hired machinery supplied by the Company, within a designated area.Key Features of the Role:* Be polite and courteous at all times to both customers and colleagues.* Maintain high standards of personal dress and presentation including the condition of the van, tools and other commodities used in the delivery of work.* Fulfil all statutory and company requirements with regard to Health and Safety and adhere to all customer site requirements.* Complete all paperwork (hard copy or electronic) with the relevant and required information and within the specified timescale using all support including IT as necessary. This will include clear identification of. part numbers, order numbers, times and dates, recommended further action and customer commentary.* Utilise all available support including the Senior Technician and/ or Training Manager to effect fast and efficient diagnosis and repair.* Maintain van stock levels to maximise efficiency communicating any additional requirements in a clear manner to Parts or other support staff.* Maintain regular contact and an effective working relationship with Field Service Team Leader making yourself available to them for site meetings as required.* To update the customer support office of any potential problems with customers and any future requirements they may have in a timely manner using appropriate methods (email, telephone….)* Keep the customer informed about the progress of the repair and any follow-up work required using Customer Support Staff as back up and continuity. Knowledge and Skills:To be considered for the role you will need to be an accomplished Service Engineer with your practical experience supported by a recognised related industry Apprenticeship / Armed Forces training.Ideally you will have a proven number of years' experience in the Fork Lift industry or similar industries e.g. HGB and Plant etc but if not then you must have demonstrable knowledge of: Mechanical systems; Internal combustion engines; Transmission systems; Modern electronic control systems; Hydraulics; Electric motors (ac & dc technology).You will be proficient in fault finding and repair.You will have the ability to work independently and in a team.You must have good communication skills, oral and written.You must be able to work to a high standard and to timescales as required.You will have experience of and a good understanding of Health & Safety requirements working in a workshop practice.You will have a strong commitment to continuing personal and professional development.You will have excellent organisational skills, be resourceful and solution focused.You will display a high standard of accuracy and attention to detail.You will be able to multi‐task, prioritising workloads to work to tight deadlines.You should be flexible in your approach and able to cope with the diverse needs of the post.You will be someone who is highly motivated and possessing a resilience to work under pressure, positive, personable and optimistic with a can-do attitude.You should be IT/ PC literate and have a full UK Drivers Licence. Ideally you will have your own set of tools.Our Client is supportive to the ex-military community and therefore applications are welcome from ex-military personnel who have an electrical and / or mechanical engineering background.You will work from home and the working hours are Monday to Friday, 08:00am to 16:30pm, but flexibility is required in order to finish any job on time. Overtime is available and there is a requirement to be available for call outs.What's on Offer:A basic salary circa £28k plus bonuses for team bonus and van cleanliness plus overtime payments and call out payments which means that you can expect to earn around £36-38k per annum.A fully serviced company van with tools is provided and the current Field Engineer vehicle is a Ford Transit style.In addition, there is holiday entitlement which commences at 22 days rising to 28 days plus bank and public holidays plus other benefits of Pension, Life Insurance, Personal Accident Scheme, Westfield Healthcare, free Uniform / overalls and overall cleaning, Subsidised Will Scheme, Cycle to Work Scheme and Give as you Earn Scheme (GAYE).Please do not apply for this vacancy unless you are an experienced Field Service Engineer.4exMilitary receives an overwhelming number of CV's /Resumes each day, and each one is reviewed personally by a Consultant. Our pre-selection process is very thorough in order to meet the specific requirements of our clients.If your details meet the criteria set by our client, then we will contact you regarding the position. If you are not contacted by us, then please assume that your application has not been successful on this occasion.
Field Srvice Engineer - Buckinghamshire -
  • Engineering, Automotive
  • £36,000 to £38,000 Per Annum
  • Buckinghamshire
The Company and the Role:The Company is a materials handling equipment company whose operations cover a territory which can best be described as Central Southern England.They sell, hire and maintain new and used engine and electric powered forklifts and warehouse equipment as well as telescopic handlers and high level access equipment and supply every conceivable type of business from Warehouse and Distribution to Manufacturers and Service businesses.Due to their continued growth, the Company is now seeking to employ an additional Field Service Engineer to service and maintain MHE and ancillary equipment in Buckinghamshire. This is a permanent position.You will provide consistent high standards in the provision of field based maintenance and repair for the Company's customers forklifts, associated equipment and other hired machinery supplied by the Company, within a designated area.Key Features of the Role:* Be polite and courteous at all times to both customers and colleagues.* Maintain high standards of personal dress and presentation including the condition of the van, tools and other commodities used in the delivery of work.* Fulfil all statutory and company requirements with regard to Health and Safety and adhere to all customer site requirements.* Complete all paperwork (hard copy or electronic) with the relevant and required information and within the specified timescale using all support including IT as necessary. This will include clear identification of. part numbers, order numbers, times and dates, recommended further action and customer commentary.* Utilise all available support including the Senior Technician and/ or Training Manager to effect fast and efficient diagnosis and repair.* Maintain van stock levels to maximise efficiency communicating any additional requirements in a clear manner to Parts or other support staff.* Maintain regular contact and an effective working relationship with Field Service Team Leader making yourself available to them for site meetings as required.* To update the customer support office of any potential problems with customers and any future requirements they may have in a timely manner using appropriate methods (email, telephone….)* Keep the customer informed about the progress of the repair and any follow-up work required using Customer Support Staff as back up and continuity. Knowledge and Skills:To be considered for the role you will need to be an accomplished Service Engineer with your practical experience supported by a recognised related industry Apprenticeship / Armed Forces training.Ideally you will have a proven number of years' experience in the Fork Lift industry or similar industries e.g. HGB and Plant etc but if not then you must have demonstrable knowledge of: Mechanical systems; Internal combustion engines; Transmission systems; Modern electronic control systems; Hydraulics; Electric motors (ac & dc technology).You will be proficient in fault finding and repair.You will have the ability to work independently and in a team.You must have good communication skills, oral and written.You must be able to work to a high standard and to timescales as required.You will have experience of and a good understanding of Health & Safety requirements working in a workshop practice.You will have a strong commitment to continuing personal and professional development.You will have excellent organisational skills, be resourceful and solution focused.You will display a high standard of accuracy and attention to detail.You will be able to multi‐task, prioritising workloads to work to tight deadlines.You should be flexible in your approach and able to cope with the diverse needs of the post.You will be someone who is highly motivated and possessing a resilience to work under pressure, positive, personable and optimistic with a can-do attitude.You should be IT/ PC literate and have a full UK Drivers Licence. Ideally you will have your own set of tools.Our Client is supportive to the ex-military community and therefore applications are welcome from ex-military personnel who have an electrical and / or mechanical engineering background.You will work from home and the working hours are Monday to Friday, 08:00am to 16:30pm, but flexibility is required in order to finish any job on time. Overtime is available and there is a requirement to be available for call outs.What's on Offer:A basic salary circa £28k plus bonuses for team bonus and van cleanliness plus overtime payments and call out payments which means that you can expect to earn around £36-38k per annum.A fully serviced company van with tools is provided and the current Field Engineer vehicle is a Ford Transit style.In addition, there is holiday entitlement which commences at 22 days rising to 28 days plus bank and public holidays plus other benefits of Pension, Life Insurance, Personal Accident Scheme, Westfield Healthcare, free Uniform / overalls and overall cleaning, Subsidised Will Scheme, Cycle to Work Scheme and Give as you Earn Scheme (GAYE).Please do not apply for this vacancy unless you are an experienced Field Service Engineer.4exMilitary receives an overwhelming number of CV's /Resumes each day, and each one is reviewed personally by a Consultant. Our pre-selection process is very thorough in order to meet the specific requirements of our clients.If your details meet the criteria set by our client, then we will contact you regarding the position. If you are not contacted by us, then please assume that your application has not been successful on this occasion.
Field Service Engineer - North London -
  • Engineering, Automotive
  • £36,000 to £38,000 Per Annum
  • North London
The Company and the Role:The Company is a materials handling equipment company whose operations cover a territory which can best be described as Central Southern England.They sell, hire and maintain new and used engine and electric powered forklifts and warehouse equipment as well as telescopic handlers and high level access equipment and supply every conceivable type of business from Warehouse and Distribution to Manufacturers and Service businesses.Due to their continued growth, the Company is now seeking to employ an additional Field Service Engineer to service and maintain MHE and ancillary equipment in North London. This is a permanent position.You will provide consistent high standards in the provision of field based maintenance and repair for the Company's customers forklifts, associated equipment and other hired machinery supplied by the Company, within a designated area.Key Features of the Role:* Be polite and courteous at all times to both customers and colleagues.* Maintain high standards of personal dress and presentation including the condition of the van, tools and other commodities used in the delivery of work.* Fulfil all statutory and company requirements with regard to Health and Safety and adhere to all customer site requirements.* Complete all paperwork (hard copy or electronic) with the relevant and required information and within the specified timescale using all support including IT as necessary. This will include clear identification of. part numbers, order numbers, times and dates, recommended further action and customer commentary.* Utilise all available support including the Senior Technician and/ or Training Manager to effect fast and efficient diagnosis and repair.* Maintain van stock levels to maximise efficiency communicating any additional requirements in a clear manner to Parts or other support staff.* Maintain regular contact and an effective working relationship with Field Service Team Leader making yourself available to them for site meetings as required.* To update the customer support office of any potential problems with customers and any future requirements they may have in a timely manner using appropriate methods (email, telephone….)* Keep the customer informed about the progress of the repair and any follow-up work required using Customer Support Staff as back up and continuity. Knowledge and Skills:To be considered for the role you will need to be an accomplished Service Engineer with your practical experience supported by a recognised related industry Apprenticeship / Armed Forces training.Ideally you will have a proven number of years' experience in the Fork Lift industry or similar industries e.g. HGB and Plant etc but if not then you must have demonstrable knowledge of: Mechanical systems; Internal combustion engines; Transmission systems; Modern electronic control systems; Hydraulics; Electric motors (ac & dc technology).You will be proficient in fault finding and repair.You will have the ability to work independently and in a team.You must have good communication skills, oral and written.You must be able to work to a high standard and to timescales as required.You will have experience of and a good understanding of Health & Safety requirements working in a workshop practice.You will have a strong commitment to continuing personal and professional development.You will have excellent organisational skills, be resourceful and solution focused.You will display a high standard of accuracy and attention to detail.You will be able to multi‐task, prioritising workloads to work to tight deadlines.You should be flexible in your approach and able to cope with the diverse needs of the post.You will be someone who is highly motivated and possessing a resilience to work under pressure, positive, personable and optimistic with a can-do attitude.You should be IT/ PC literate and have a full UK Drivers Licence. Ideally you will have your own set of tools.Our Client is supportive to the ex-military community and therefore applications are welcome from ex-military personnel who have an electrical and / or mechanical engineering background.You will work from home and the working hours are Monday to Friday, 08:00am to 16:30pm, but flexibility is required in order to finish any job on time. Overtime is available and there is a requirement to be available for call outs.What's on Offer:A basic salary circa £28k plus bonuses for team bonus and van cleanliness plus overtime payments and call out payments which means that you can expect to earn around £36-38k per annum.A fully serviced company van with tools is provided and the current Field Engineer vehicle is a Ford Transit style.In addition, there is holiday entitlement which commences at 22 days rising to 28 days plus bank and public holidays plus other benefits of Pension, Life Insurance, Personal Accident Scheme, Westfield Healthcare, free Uniform / overalls and overall cleaning, Subsidised Will Scheme, Cycle to Work Scheme and Give as you Earn Scheme (GAYE).Please do not apply for this vacancy unless you are an experienced Field Service Engineer.4exMilitary receives an overwhelming number of CV's /Resumes each day, and each one is reviewed personally by a Consultant. Our pre-selection process is very thorough in order to meet the specific requirements of our clients.If your details meet the criteria set by our client, then we will contact you regarding the position. If you are not contacted by us, then please assume that your application has not been successful on this occasion.
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