Mechanic (corrective maintenance)
We are building a great team of people. If you're passionate about great service and want to work in a friendly and professional environment then we'd love to hear from you.
We are currently looking for Mechanics to work in our state of the art workshop using modern maintenance equipment.
We have an easy accessible, central location and offer fantastic training opportunities including CPD, annual technical training, D licence training.
We can offer a permanent contract with regular hours and a competitive weekly pay day including overtime. Working on new vehicles in new workshops operating a tool replacement scheme.
The role of the Mechanic is to support the preventative maintenance and vehicle examination team, ensuring the availability and reliability of a roadworthy fleet of vehicles to achieve operational requirements.
Key Responsibilities and Tasks
Performing regular inspection of vehicles including:
- Diagnosing faults
- Rectifying faults and avoiding reoccurrence
- Maintaining vehicles to be required legal and company standards
- Ensuring all relevant documentation and established maintenance regimes are adhered to
- Working as an integral member of the preventative maintenance team and display self-initiate and team work
- Working to complete all tasks required to acheive Peak Vehicle Requirement (PVR)
- Liaising effectively with Operational staff and other Engineering colleagues
- Working variety of planned shifts to cover 24 hour depot operations
- Quality repair and preventative maintenance skills
- Ability to understand and execute training and instruction
- Ability to operate safely in a workshop environment
- Relevant engineering qualification
- Min 1 year of working experience in the related field
- Clean and valid Category D driving licence
- Ability to work autonomously
- Decision maker
- Good communicator
- Clear and concise written skills
- Organised and efficient
- Positive attitude to safety
Key Safety Responsibilities
To act in a manner as to ensure the health, safety, welfare, environment and fire safety of yourself and others in the organisation as well as any clients and visitors.
Ensure that you and any guests to any company premises understand emergency and evacuation arrangements.
Ensure your working environment is maintained in a safe and tidy condition. To act proactively in identifying and any unsafe practices or safety risks in the organisation and reporting these through the appropriate channels.
Go- Ahead Dublin is an equal opportunity employer.
Salary: €37,500 per annum
To apply for this position, please send a copy of your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org with the job title stated in the subject line.