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Job Reference: G4S/CD/5794
Number of Positions: 1
Job Category: Miscellaneous
Contract Type: Full Time
Salary: £17.00 p/h - c£32,000 p/a
Location: Northampton
G4S Region: UK & Ireland
Country:United Kingdom

G4S Business Unit:
Closing Date: July 8, 2017
Package Description: Van, Pension, Life Assurance

Job Introduction:

With our extensive history, here at G4S Cash Solutions, we know a thing or two about security and keeping money safe. We handle the majority of the cash that goes through the UK’s banks, and a third of the UK's total cash spend. From family florists to national coffee chains, we collect cash for over 4,500 businesses of every size in the UK.

This makes us the largest cash collection organisation in the country. Our success as a business is a result of our service and expertise. Our service and expertise is driven by our people. Here at G4S Cash Solutions, we are dedicated to recruiting the Best People and that all starts right here with You.

Role Responsibility:

Reporting to the Area Team Leader, you will carry out repairs and preventative maintenance, to vehicle security equipment and air conditioning but also undertake other repairs and maintenance to vehicle as required. Examine, repair and test vehicles, reporting orally and/or in writing upon the condition, serviceability and safety. Ensuring all modifications are carried out employing skills and knowledge as may be required.

Key Tasks & Responsibilities

  • Complete Job Cards, Preventative Maintenance Documentation, Examination Reports and any other documentation as required.
  • Attend call outs as required.
  • Carry out preventative maintenance at the correct intervals, examine and repair vehicles or component parts using the necessary tools and equipment in a safe and proper manner, at locations as directed. by the company/Area Team Leader.
  • Perform other repair and maintenance duties as required by the Company.
  • To work to G4S target repair times.
  • Be fully conversant with all types of electrical and mechanical vehicles repairs to city & guilds standards.
  • Interpret and implement technical service information and manufacturers modifications.
  •  Keep up to date with legislation effecting the operation of motor vehicles and all ancillary equipment.
  • Carry out regular stock checks in accordance with Company Policies.
  • Observe, recognise and report on vehicles or component parts of impending failure
  • Complete Job Cards, Preventative Maintenance Documentation, Examination Reports and any other documentation as required.
  • Must be fully trustworthy and conscientious
  • Interpret driver reported defects, take action and sign defects sheets.
  • Ensure the maintenance of company vehicles, equipment and tools is done in accordance with Company Policy.
  • Keep the Company issued vehicle clean and tidy. Maintain property and take all necessary steps to ensure it and all its contents are secure.
  • Prevent the use of vehicles that are un-roadworthy or do not meet the Company's security criteria.
  • Liaise with operational staff.
  • Keep & work with in all Health and Safety Code of Practice.

The Ideal Candidate:

  • Flexible working will be required
  • Must be prepared to cover call out work
  • Have relevant City Guilds/equivalent
  • Competent in all diagnostic techniques
  • Previous experience in an engineering or mechanics is desirable 

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Please Note: The application deadline for this job has now passed.


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