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Workshop Engineer

Ref code: AWK99101490
£25k per year
Thurleigh, Bedfordshire, England
Office Based

Workshop Engineer
£25,000 P/ a

SF Recruitment are recruiting for a Workshop Engineer, this role would suit someone who has just started a career in engineering or is looking to get into it after completing an apprenticeship. Training would be provided and and a great opportunity for career progression.

The role:
To offer engineering support services to the day-to-day operation of the company in line with policy, procedure and team objectives

Operational Duties (to include, but not limited to):
- Maintain and keep a clean, safe workshop with all risks minimised and report any areas of concern to the operations management team verbally and via the Near Miss and Damages procedures.
- Actively promote and enforce Health and Safety at work.
- Work with & assist operations personnel to check and maintain stock levels.
- Be part of the service, inspection and maintenance of all equipment.
- To carry out any activity that fits within the role as instructed by line management.
- Prepare equipment for jobs as requested by the operations management team.
- To carry out any fabrication or welding as instructed by line management.
- Oversee product manufacturing as requested.
- Follow process & procedure to ensure that a product can be made again reliably and will perform consistently.
- Diagnose breakdown problems and offer technical solutions.

Admin Duties (to include, but not limited to):
- Full procedure completion for near misses.
- Full procedure completion for accident reporting.
- Full procedure completion for damages.
- Advise Management Team of items not returned from site.
- Advise Management Team of stock shortages and consumables required.

Health & Safety
- Develop and maintain an awareness of Health & Safety documents relating to your role.
- To take reasonable care for the health and safety of yourself and other persons who may be affected by your acts or omissions at work.
- To undertake duties and responsibilities in full accordance with the organisation's Health & Safety policy and procedures.
- To co-operate with policies and procedures to enable the organisation to comply with its obligation under Health & Safety legislation.
- To report immediately to your line manager any defects in equipment or the working environment and report areas of risk.

General Responsibilities / Expectations
- To work in accordance with the organisation's mission, vision, strategic plans, policies and procedures.
- To behave in a manner that reflects positively on the company at all times.
- To promote equality of opportunity and anti-discriminatory practices.
- To assist in monitoring and maintaining quality standards across the company.
- To demonstrate an understanding and commitment to the principles of confidentiality.

Training and Development
- Participate fully in training and development in accordance with the company's training plan and mandatory requirements.
- To attend and participate in supervision sessions and an annual personal review.

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