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To service, maintain and repair the vehicle fleet. This includes undertaking pre work inspections as per policy guidelines and reporting on those suitable for vehicle replacement for economic reasons.
To complete all relevant documentation to the ISO standards whilst ensuring a safe working environment under Health and Safety Legislation.
1. To undertake the new commissioning, decommissioning, repair and maintenance of fleet vehicles and plant.
2. To undertake the service, inspection and repair of fleet vehicles and plant within policy guidelines. The postholder will be expected, when required, to operate at other workshops owned by the company. In addition the post holder may be required to undertake mobile repairs to vehicles, on company premises.
3. Support/ Transport-Vehicle Services-Vehicle Repair and Maintenance Technician
4. Maintain safe working environment within Health and Safety Legislation.
5. Where trained, deputise for the workshop supervisor.
6. Undertakes such other reasonable duties as may be required from time to time.
VEHICLE REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE
Effectively performs the full range of repairs and maintenance tasks on all force vehicles.
ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT-Mechanic job description
Record, store and supply information in accordance with organisational policy and legislative requirements.
Photocopy and present documents in an appropriate format, complying with local requirements, legislation and organisational policy.
Prepare, organise and record details for organisational meetings.
Enter information correctly using an appropriate computer system, in accordance with legislative requirements and Force policy. Retrieve and present information in a suitable format and supply to relevant personnel.
MANAGING THE ORGANISATION
Process information and enquiries sensitively and professionally in line with Charter Standards and organisational policy.
Gather information from a range of sources in order to support action. Ensure the information is obtained ethically and in accordance with relevant legislation and policy.
Provide and promote service to customers in a professional manner in line with organisational policy and legislative requirements.
Mechanic job description
Make best use of technology in support of your role, ensuring correct operation and compliance with organisational and legal requirements.
Promote equality, diversity and Human Rights in working practices by developing and maintaining positive working relationships, ensuring that colleagues are treated fairly and contributing to developing equality of opportunity in working practices.
Ensure your behaviour complies with organisational values and organise your own work effectively to meet the demands of your role. Identify, implement and monitor development activities to enhance your own performance.
Work co-operatively with team members and colleagues, contributing positively and constructively to the achievement of team and organisational objectives.
Ensure that you show a duty of care and take appropriate action to comply with Health and Safety requirements at all times.
Maintain personal responsibility for gathering, recording, storing, accessing and sharing of information in compliance with information security policy, procedures and codes of practice and legislation.
Mechanic job description
Knowledge skills and abilities
Essential: City and Guilds Level 3
NVQ Level 3 In motor cycle / motor vehicle repair
Desirable: HNC or IMI Qualification
(or relevant qualifications or experience that evidence that the postholder has the ability to perform the role).
Mechanic job description
Be able to undertake routine servicing, identify faults in vehicle components and systems.
Able to use diagnostic equipment coupled with wiring diagrams and manufacturers directions.
Have an understanding of vehicle systems. E.g. cooling, brakes, steering, engine management, transmissions etc, with some specialist knowledge E.g. ABS, TRACS etc.
Is substantially experienced to perform the full range of repair and maintenance tasks as detailed in level 5 with also additional skills such as air conditioning familiarisation.
Must be willing to undertake trainee development providing on the job training.
May also be part of call out/recovery team and central to the major incident deployment team.
May also have some form of LGV licence. [cont right]