Workshop Engineer

A hands-on engineering role, working alongside a team and supporting the implementation of an LCV hoist refurbishment programme. Role training to be provided. 


  • Carry out Removal, refurbishment, and reassembly of access platforms from LCV’S. 
  • Ensure compliance with manufacturers guidelines, company policy and any regulations affecting the safe operation. 
  • Replacement of hydraulic hoses and ancillaries. 
  • Replacement of pins, bushes and fasteners. 
  • Performing all tasks in a safe and timely manner. 
  • Communicate effectively with the Depot Manager with regards to any defects or unsafe equipment. 
  • Correctly process all jobs on the works handheld tablet to include the allocation of labour time and any parts used, updating the status of all vehicles as appropriate. 
  • Ensure efficient stock control processes are adhered to for all parts/consumables used. 
  • Ensure that the company’s health and safety policy and procedures are adhered to at all times. 
  • Maintain the workshop/workspace in a clean and safe manner. 
  • Follow company’s Employee handbook policies and procedures at all times. 
  • Any other ad-hoc duties. 


  • Experience in engineering, auto electrics, hydraulics and diagnostics/fault finding. 
  • Ability to prioritise tasks and work well under pressure. 
  • Good interpersonal skills and an acute understanding good customer service. 
  • IPAF 1b Operators licence desirable but not essential. 

Reporting to: Depot Manager. 
Liaising with: Workshop Staff, Stores and Head Office. 

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