HES | workshop, fitter

To carry out essential maintenance/servicing of a variety of hydraulic, pneumatic, torque & electrical equipment, diagnose technical problems and repair or replace parts that are subject to wear.

Key Result Areas/Principal Responsibilities

  • Completion of inspection of equipment assigned by the Workshop Foreman ensuring that all equipment is thoroughly inspected and the relevant job card completed both neatly and accurately.
  • Repairs a variety of hydraulic, pneumatic, torque & electrical equipment as assigned by the Workshop Foreman.
  • Ensures all equipment repairs and refurbishments are carried out safely and to the standards set by the Company.
  • Ensures the maintenance of equipment is carried out to the required standard.
  • From time to time work at customer locations as part of the company’s on-site services. This work is dependent on the contracts that the company has in hand at any given time.
  • Prepares repair quotations and job cards as instructed by the Workshop Foreman.
  • Reports any unsafe conditions to the Workshop Foreman so that remedial action can be taken to manage the risk.
  • Other tasks as deemed reasonable by the company which fall within your competencies.
  • Complies with all company rules including all Health, Safety, Quality and Environmental requirements.

Knowledge, skills, qualifications, experience and personal attributes required

  • Engineering, Technical or Mechanical background.
  • Previous technical or mechanical working experience.
  • Hardworking, conscientious and must be able to carry out all aspects of the role.

Key Competencies

  • Results Focus – Focuses on results and desired outcomes and how best to achieve them. Gets the job done.
  • Communicating & Listening – The capacity to listen to others and ensure effective verbal
    and written communication.
  • Teamwork – Works well with teams and contributes to team activities. Promotes cooperation and commitment within a team to achieve goals.
  • Customer Focus – Constantly strives to provide a high level of customer service to external
    as well as internal clients.

Dimensions and Decision Making

  • To complete all repair and maintenance service requests as assigned.

Remuneration and Benefits Details

  • 20 days annual leave per annum rising to 25 after each complete year of service plus bank holidays
  • Life Cover – 2 x annual salary
  • Pension Scheme – 3% contribution from employee and employer
  • Childcare Voucher scheme
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Retail Discounts
  • Long Service Loyalty Award
  • Buying or selling of holiday (up to 2 days)
  • Company Bonus Scheme