Powered Access Engineer

Location West Yorkshire
Discipline: Powered Access
Associated job titles: Workshop Fitter , Workshop Engineer , Powered Access Engineer, Engineer Mechanic
Job type: Permanent
Salary: £30k - 40k per year
Contact name: Tyler Silsby

Contact email: Tyler.silsby@pathrecruitment.com
Contact phone: 01933 667 224
Job ref: 43325
Published: 21 days ago

Powered Access Engineer - Permanent position, salary up to £35,000 DOE. An exciting opportunity to work within a well-established hire company in West Yorkshire.

The Role:

  • As the powered access engineer, you will complete services and repairs to a wide range of plant and/or access platforms such as cherry pickers and scissor lifts.
  • Resolve all technical problems reported regarding hire equipment
  • You will manage all administration tasks and complete all service and repair records accurately.

To be successful:

  • You will has previous experience as a mobile powered access engineer, powered access fitter, access platform engineer, access platform fitter, plant engineer, or plant fitter.
  • You will have previous experience working on plant and/or powered access equipment, including manufacturers such as Genie, JLG, Niftylift, JCB, Kubota, or CAT.
  • It's essential that you have time served experience, but would be desirable if you held an NVQ or City and Guilds qualification in plant maintenance or mechanical engineering.
  • You will ideally hold an IPAF license and a Full UK driving license.
  • If would be advantageous if you held a CAP license.

Benefits of the Powered Access Engineer:

  • Monday to Friday working hours.
  • Onsite parking.
  • On The Job Training
  • In-house training
  • 30 days holiday - Bank Holiday inclusive!

The Company:

You will be joining a national hire company who supply market leading plant and powered access equipment throughout the UK. Due to their ongoing success and company growth, they are seeking a powered access engineer who is able to keep up with the demands of the environment.

Please note that all potential employment offers are subject to pre-employment checks.

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