HGV Technician / HGV Mechanic / HGV Fitter
Job Title - HGV Technician / HGV Mechanic / HGV Fitter
Salary - £30'000 to £35'000 per annum
Location - Inverness
I am currently working with a commercial vehicle workshop in the Inverness area who are now looking to expand their team with the addition of a qualified HGV Technician / HGV Mechanic / HGV Fitter.
HGV Technician / HGV Mechanic / HGV Fitter job role:
* Ensure repairs are carried out according to manufacturer's procedures and in a safe and responsible manner.
* Assist in the fault diagnosis process.
* Comply with warranty procedures during repairs and with warranty material on completion of a repair.
* Road test vehicle when required (if holder of HGV licence).
* Ensure that all vehicle defects are reported to your workshop controller
Requirements for HGV Technician / HGV Mechanic / HGV Fitter:
* Previous experience as an HGV Technician / HGV Mechanic / HGV Fitter is essential
* Ideally have a formal qualification to NVQ level 3 or equivalent
* Must have own tools
* Class 1 or 2 licence desirable
How to Apply for this HGV Technician / HGV Mechanic / HGV Fitter role.
Please get in touch with John Barnes on 07955 081 481 for more information and to apply ****@holtrecruitment.com
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