HGV Technician - County Fleet Maintenance
37 hours per week
Based at Coleshill
£28,590 per annum (including market supplement for HGV qualified)
Opportunity to take part in out of hours call out.
About Us & The Role
County Fleet Maintenance (CFM) is Warwickshire County Councils (WCC) in house vehicle maintenance operation with operating bases at Warwick, Wellesbourne and Coleshill. CFM provides a full vehicle maintenance and repair service for WCC vehicles, a large number of other public bodies and a wide range of private customers, including members of the public.
The nature of our customer base is such that we deal with an unrivalled variety of vehicles ranging from heavy commercial vehicles and fire appliances to high performance saloon cars. Much of our work is for the emergency services and as such we work to tight deadlines and the most exacting quality standards. In return we offer a competitive remuneration package, good working conditions and excellent training opportunities.
- Hold a Full UK Drivers Licence
- Take part in the out of hours emergency Stand by service
- Be flexible in undertaking a range of duties and working hours and able to work at any of our three workshops within Warwickshire.
For further information about the role please contact Paul Hutt – 01926 412299 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: midnight, 6th June 2022
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