Workshop Plant Engineer

Location Cambuslang
Discipline: Plant Hire, Construction Equipment, Fleet Management, Heavy Plant
Associated job titles: Regional Sales Manager, Workshop Fitter , Workshop Engineer , Service Engineer , Plant Fitter , Mechanical Fitter , Engineer Mechanic , Heavy Plant Fitter, Heavy Plant Engineer , Mechanic, Diesel Fitter , Technician, Diesel Engineer, HGV Mechanic, Vehicle Technician, HGV Engineer, HGV Fitter, HGV Technician, Engineer
Job type: Permanent
Salary: £29k - 33k per year + overtime
Contact name: Rachel Simpson

Contact email:
Contact phone: 01933 667229
Job ref: 43444
Published: 23 days ago

Receive plenty of training & overtime available in this brand new Workshop Plant Engineer opportunity! Product and equipment training is available with career development opportunities. As the Workshop Plant Engineer, you will be working on a large fleet of construction plant machinery, LCVs, vehicles or similar.

Benefits of the Workshop Plant Engineer:

  • 25 days holiday plus bank holidays
  • Company bonus
  • £250 per year towards tools!
  • Tool Insurance
  • Overtime at time and half!
  • Working for a market leading construction company.
  • Career progression routes available
  • £33k DOE 

Commutable from Glasgow, this workshop plant engineer role is an extremely reactive position where you will support the company's needs in the day to day requirements of service, maintenance and repair of construction equipment including Excavators, Dump Trucks, Diggers and Dozers including manufactures such was JCB, Kubota, Volvo and Liebherr.

Responsibilities of the Workshop Plant Engineer to include:

  • Carrying out preventative maintenance to the company's construction equipment.
  • Quickly and effectively diagnose faults on equipment to ensure minimal downtime for your client
  • Providing solutions to queries from customers on site, liaising with the hire desk where required
  • Liaise with the parts department to ensure your van is fully stocked at all times.
  • Follow safety and housekeeping standards in your area of work both in our workshop and at customer sites
  • Representing the company in a professional and knowledgeable way

To be successful as the Workshop plant Engineer, it would be ideal that you have previously worked in positions such as Engineer, Mechanic, Workshop Plant Engineer, Plant Fitter, Mobile Plant Fitter, Workshop Plant Fitter, Service Fitter, Service Engineer or Service Technician. Potentially we can look at trainee engineers. You may have been involved with PAT testing, electric/diesel engines and general hydraulic and pneumatics.

Does this Workshop Plant Engineer role sound like what you are looking for? Then apply today!