At Ryder, we believe in investing in our people and the future of the commercial transportation industry. Over 39,000 people work for us worldwide. Each one of them is respected and valued as the industry’s brightest engineers, safest drivers and the most experienced Technicians – all part of a team who are dedicated to solving your toughest transportation challenges.
Are you currently an experienced HGV Mechanic working in a workshop and feel it’s time to step it up and become a Mobile Technician where you have autonomy, ownership and a huge earning potential? Then this could be just the job!
At Ryder Mobile Maintenance Services (RMMS) we are continually evolving and expanding our team who always provide top level support to our customers on their own premises, thus ensuring our customers can spend more time concentrating on their own business. We take the stress away by being able to come to them and now have a great opportunity for an experienced HGV Mechanic/Technician to join our mobile team covering the Guildford area. (Within a 30-50 mile radius)
Our Mobile HGV Technicians are responsible for the mechanical and electrical repair, preventative maintenance and modification of our fleet vehicles. Ensuring the vehicles remain operational and comply with any legislations. As a qualified HGV Technician to at least NVQ level 2 or equivalent, you will have a track record working in a similar role.
So for those passionate about delivering a world class maintenance service and that thrive in fast moving dynamic environments, we want to hear from you!
In order to be a success as a Mobile HGV Technician, you must have the knowledge and experience of servicing and maintaining HGV Trailers, Tail lifts, double decks and power units.
You’ll be provided with a fully equipped mobile vans attending jobs on customer sites, carrying out mechanical and electrical repairs, maintaining the fleet and identifying faults using advanced diagnostic equipment. We work with blue-chip clients and household names and it’s a fast-paced environment with demanding customers.
You will have a good track record in Heavy Vehicle maintenance along with the relevant NVQ Level 2 or above, C&G Motor Vehicle Level 2 or 3 and/or similar qualifications. You must also be IT literate as all our work is logged via tablets. This role would suit someone who is passionate about what they do and is able to use their own initiative. A confident and customer friendly approach is also a must!
You will work 40 hours per week between Monday – Friday and be available for call outs
Other duties will include:
- Carrying out preventive maintenance in accordance with Ryder policies and procedures
- Diagnose and repair mechanical and electrical defects on all vehicles and related ancillary equipment, replacing parts as and when necessary in line with Company and legislative requirements
- Complete all relevant paperwork and documentation to the required standard
- Providing on the job training for other Technicians/Trainees as required
- Continually identify possible warranty claims and escalate these to the appropriate person
Salary & Benefits
As a member of the Ryder team you will receive:
- A basic salary of £35,162.40 + productivity bonus with a realistic OTE of £50K
- Up to 33 days holiday including bank holidays
- Generous pension scheme, with contributions worth up to £1900 per year
- Employee Recognition Scheme
- Funding for HGV licence
- Company Share Scheme
- Eye care programme, regular health assessments, Occupational Health to ensure your ongoing well-being
- Access to 24/7 GP Service
- Access to Perkbox discounts
Established in the UK in 1971, Ryder has since earned a reputation for delivering solutions that ease complexity and increase efficiency for companies of all sizes. Ryder operates behind the scenes, managing critical fleet and transportation functions for our customers across the UK, many of whom make the products that consumers use every day.
Ryder has one of Europe’s largest fleet of trucks, a FleetCare network of more than 300 approved service locations, and some of the most talented people in the industry. By investing in the latest information and technology, we strive to make business safer, more efficient, and as environmentally responsible as possible.
Ryder is committed to creating a culture of respect and professionalism and a high-performing, diverse and inclusive workforce based on trust. Supporting that commitment, we encourage applications from all candidates regardless of gender, race, colour, religious belief, national origin, disability, sexual orientation or marital status.
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