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24 days agoAdecco UK Limited

Fitter

  • Ramsgate (Kent)

Job description

·  Location
Ramsgate, Kent
·  Salary
£28,000.00/Year
·  Job type
Permanent
·  Industry
Engineering
·  External Reference
JN-032024-367847
·  Category
Engineering, Aerospace, Automotive - Engineering, Aerospace, Automotive

Job Title: Fitter

Location: Ramsgate, Kent

Salary: £28,000

Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8.00am - 4.30pm and Friday 8.00am - 4.00pm

Our Client:

Is a global provider of third-party services to commercial, regional, and general aviation customers as well as military, helicopter, and business jet markets.

Role Summary:

To overhaul and repair hydraulic / mechanical components; including disassembly, cleaning, inspection, fault finding, repair, re-assembly and testing in accordance with procedures from CMM's & Overhaul Manuals.

Benefits:

·  25 days annual leave + bank holidays

·  Overtime paid at x1.5 Monday to Saturday, and x2 on Sundays

·  Enhanced pension contribution

·  Online discount platform for 100s of retail stores

·  Free parking

·  Employee referral bonus

·  Health assurance x 4

Key responsibilities within your new role would be to:

·  To disassemble hydraulic / mechanical components down to their sub / individual components.

·  Carry out inspections duties which range from:

·  Interpreting technical data

·  Fault diagnosis

·  Identify component wear, damage or corrosion

·  Using precise calibrated measuring equipment

·  Populate and complete computer-generated documentation

·  Working from technical data support the test bay engineer by testing various hydraulic / pneumatic units using test procedures and populating test reports on completion.

·  Maintain and ensure implementation of all standard operating practices and procedures.

·  Ensure strict compliance and implementation of all safety standards.

·  Ensure quality standards are maintained in accordance with CAA, EASA, FAA and company procedures.

·  Support the Production Supervisor and Hydraulic Team Leader with delivering the day to day needs of the Hydraulic Workshop operations.

·  Comply with health, safety, and environmental regulations.

·  Ensure quality requirements are always met.

·  Support with continually improving safety by addressing both physical safety issues and safety attitudes.

·  Support the Hydraulic team delivering results to meet the strategic objectives.

·  Adhere to industry standard QA rules and regulations.

·  Pay attention to areas of high risk or containing significant hazards.

·  Support with the training and development of the Hydraulic team.

·  Support the Production Supervisor and Hydraulic Team Leader with delivering the continuous improvement programme.

·  Other duties as required related to Operations or the business needs.

Working Conditions

·  Working with Plastic media, polishing and blending various components with the potential for dust exposure.

·  Potential to noise exposure from general process operations.

·  Working with various hazardous chemicals, oils/cleaning chemicals/paint strippers.

·  Working with high pressure testing rigs testing various hydraulic components.

Experience and skills required for this position:

·  A background in mechanical or hydraulic engineering.

·  Proven knowledge and understanding in the disassembly and assembly of hydraulic and mechanical assemblies, components, desirable.

·  Proven knowledge within the Aerospace industry, desirable.

·  Previous experience of in a production workshop environment repairing and overhauling hydraulic and mechanical assemblies and components, highly desirable.

·  Computer and Microsoft Office literate.

·  Numerate and literate - minimum GCSE (or equivalent) Maths and English.

·  Relevant professional qualification, BTEC ONC / HNC Mechanical Engineering or equivalent, desirable.

·  The ability to interpret and follow in detail compliance manuals.

·  The ability to work to tight deadlines whilst maintaining a high degree of quality, workmanship and compliance with health and safety regulations.

·  The ability to work well in multidiscipline/cross-functional teams.

·  Be customer focused and able to build and maintain robust relationships.

·  Have strong analytical, administrative and organisation skills and excellent attention to detail.

·  Capable of communicating accurate and concise information at all levels.

·  Strong communicator.

Next steps:

If this sounds like the ideal position for you and you have the experience outlined above, then please apply and you will be contacted by a member of our team if your CV matches our requirements.

If you would like any further information before applying, then please call Ellie (Permanent Consultant) on 01233 646632.

Alternatively, if you know someone who may be suitable for this role please share the details, if you successfully refer a friend you will receive a £50 voucher *terms apply*.

Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

By applying for this role your details will be submitted to Adecco. Our Candidate Privacy Information Statement explaining how we will use your information is available on our website.

To speak to a recruitment expert please contact Ellie Gawn

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