Motor Fitter / Mechanical Engineer / Vehicle Technician

Posted a week ago by The Bristol Port Company

£35,439/annum plus overtime and benefits
A week ago
The Bristol Port Company

Job Title: Motor Fitter

Location: Bristol

Salary: £35,439 per annum plus overtime and benefits

Position: Full Time, Permanent

They are seeking to recruit a motor fitter to help maintain their extensive range of plant.

Role Overview:

To be considered, you will be enthusiastic, capable of working on your own initiative and have successfully completed a recognised craft apprenticeship or EITB course.

You will have knowledge and experience of working with commercial vehicles, forktrucks and loading shovels, preferably with a multi-skill background, i.e. hydraulics, electrics, welding etc.

You must have a flexible attitude and be willing to commit to the demands of a busy Port, which operates over 24 hours/7 days per week.

A full driving licence and your own transport are essential.

What they offer in return:

An attractive benefits package is on offer, which includes generous annual leave and pension scheme contribution.

There is also a scheme currently in operation which rewards all employees with a share of the Company profits and the Company subsidises dock based catering arrangements through a subsidy voucher scheme.

Please be aware, due to the nature of the role, only candidates' eligible to both live and work in the UK will be considered for the role. No sponsorship or relocation packages will be offered for this role.

Please click on the APPLY button to send your CV and Cover Letter for this role.

Candidates with experience of: Motor Fitter, Workshop Fitter, Maintenance Engineer, Service Engineer, Fitter, Service Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Mechanic, Motor Fitter, Machine Technician, Vehicle Fitter may also be considered for this role.

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