UK & Ireland > Manchester
Are you looking for a new and rewarding technical challenge? If you have experience of maintenance and repair of plant equipment or heavy vehicles, you are the expert we are looking for! We have an exciting opportunity at our Manchester Airport site for a qualified Technician to join our team.
TCR UK Ltd are market leaders within the field of Ground Service Equipment repair and maintenance, and is part of TCR Group, the leading global provider of integrated solutions for Ground Support Equipment (GSE) in aviation.
This is a varied Workshop and Airside based position, where you will play a crucial part in the success of the company by offering your expert mechanical knowledge to diagnose and repair on-site airport equipment, such as towing tractors, aircraft tugs, baggage elevators and a variety of specialist, unique vehicles. The suitable candidate will be mechanically skilled and a good problem solver in order to effectively maintain on site equipment.
This is an exciting prospect for someone from a mechanical or electrical background, who is looking to develop their skill set through working in a varied and dynamic role.
Clear understanding of Health and Safety systems
Ability to work under your own initiative
Qualifications and Experience:
City and Guilds certification in Motor Mechanics (essential)
Experience of Light or heavy vehicles
Experience working on commercial or plant vehicles (desirable, but not essential)
You will need to:
Be able to demonstrate your Right To Work in the UK
Be able to obtain an airside pass which will require you to undergo a criminal record check and 5-year history verification
Hold a valid UK driving licence
Provide certifications for all qualifications
Monday to Friday 0630h to 1500h - Including all bank holidays
What is on Offer:
6% employer pension contribution
Healthcare cash plan
3x basic salary life assurance
Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
TCR UK Ltd can only accept applicants from candidates who have a valid legal permit or right to work in the United Kingdom.