Job Title: Rolling Stock Technician
Interviews/Start date: January 2020
Contract Length: 12-month contract
“Do you have experience as a Rolling Stock Technician performing high level maintenance, testing and fault finding on a variety of trains? If you do and live in the South East of England, we want to speak with you!”
This is an opportunity to work for a successful train operating company which is committed to providing an exceptional passenger experience through clean, reliable, punctual and safe train services. The organisation has recently invested in a full fleet of modern trains to provide more pleasant journeys for commuters as well as greater capacity across some of the UK’s busiest routes. This represents a great opportunity to join an organisation that recognises it’s own people are critical to the delivery of an exceptional passenger experience and as such heavily invest in their own teams.
As a Rolling Stock Technician, you will be working on a variety of fleets performing maintenance, testing and fault finding to identify defects or faults within safety critical systems. This will include all conceivable systems on board modern trains ranging from traction motors, engines, door systems, CCTV, PIS through to Driver Advisory Systems, Train Protection & Warning System, Driver-Only Operated systems and Train Control & Management Systems. Work will include a mixture of both electrical and mechanical fault finding and repair.
The Ideal Candidate
You are an experienced Rolling Stock Technician with extensive work history in fault finding and rectification of fleet defects on either Electrical or Diesel Multiple Units. To be considered for this role, you will have completed projects with a focus on identifying and rectifying faults, removing and repairing Safety Critical components including various hydraulic, pneumatic and electromechanical systems. You will have experience working on brakes, traction, signals, doors and on-board computer systems and hold relevant qualifications to reflect your electrical and mechanical competency.
A proven background in safety critical rolling stock fault finding, maintenance and repair with an HND/HNC engineering qualification or a minimum NVQ Level 3 in Electrical Engineering. The ideal Rolling Stock Technician will also be able to commit to a varying shift pattern that may include days, nights and some weekends.
Mon-Fri (Varying shifts – flexibility required)
£26 per hour (LTD)
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