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  • Job reference: RMS0138577

Technician

  • Sector: Automotive
  • Location: Crewe
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 25/02/2014
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (01/04/14)
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The Company:
Is a leading Automotive manufacturer with a reputation for outstanding quality the world over. With demand increasing and an upturn in production, there is a need to bring further skills into the business to deliver on current and future projects.

The Role:
Main Purpose of the Role
Provide a flexible and professional service to Whole Vehicle Engineering and customers, in build, sign off, test, reporting and to provide learning to support business activities.

Scope of the Role
- Operate in accordance with Engineering Workshop, Test and Measure and Press and Special Work Request Process.
- Support reasonable requests for overseas and offsite travel unless agreed exemption.
- Ensure work carried out includes the required paperwork.
- Always work to safe environmental practices.
- Actively take part in continuous improvement activities.
- Resolve concerns using practical problem solving techniques.
- Report equipment damage and wear.
- Cover for colleagues when required.
- Provide a flexible approach to work to support Whole Vehicle Engineering activities.
- Train in appropriate skills base as required.
- Work within a multi-skilled Technician role and environment.

Qualifications & Experience

Achieved Technician/Technician Team Leader Grade including:
1. Qualified by Apprenticeship or similar in a Core Skill.
2. Experienced/Assessed in a Second Skill.
3. Competent to take and download a VAS log.
4. Commitment to or exemption from offsite/overseas travel.
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