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Vehicle Mechanic

Country/Region:  GB
City:  Catterick Garrison

Job Title: Vehicle Mechanic
Location: Catterick
Business Unit: DSG
SF43906

 

About the role

 

Inspection, servicing, repair and overhaul of vehicles, assemblies, electrical and general equipment including diagnostic and inspection duties. Manufacture of miscellaneous items. Carrying out examination tasks to meet production needs subject to necessary training and proficiency.

 

Carry out duties as above to occasional civilian vehicles and mechanical equipment.


Main Tasks:

The post holder has Responsibility for:
People
•     Report near miss and accidents to Supervisor for escalation in a timely manner, in accordance with HSE policy.

 

Process
•     Carry out work to the required standard and specification as detailed on the job card in accordance with the customer requirements, current regulations, local instructions, processes and other approved technical publications.
•     Diagnose, inspect and assess vehicles and associated mechanical / electrical equipment in line with skills & competency.
•     Ensure all job transactions are accurately recorded and carried out in accordance with current ERP processes and that work completed and time taken to complete the job is submitted daily to the department / section Supervisor.
•     Completion of vehicle and equipment documentation and test certificates / reports to current standards.
•     Ensure stores and equipment issued to job are used for their correct purpose and un-used or new faulty material is returned to the section / department Supervisor as soon as it is identified.
•     Maintain the requirements of COSHH, Health & Safety and other statutory regulations. Ensure a good standard of housekeeping, cleanliness and safety in the work area is maintained at all times. Comply with local policy on the correct disposal of hazardous or waste products.
•     Inform the Supervisor of any issues which directly affect the repair process and any additional work to the task which is not detailed on the job card is deemed necessary to complete the task.
•     Consult Supervisor regarding any problems affecting Quality or Health & Safety.
•     Provide support across internal trade boundaries and Mobile Support Teams (MST) on a voluntary basis.
•     Execute other duties commensurate with grade and post on occasional basis as detailed by his / her Line Management chain.

 

Tools
•     Creation of job cards and demanding material where the relevant ERP (SAP) training has been completed.
•     Ensure tools and workshop equipment is maintained in good serviceable order and report any faults to the Supervisor.

 

The post holder has Responsibility for:
People
•     Report near miss and accidents to Supervisor for escalation in a timely manner, in accordance with HSE policy.

 

Process
•     Carry out work to the required standard and specification as detailed on the job card in accordance with the customer requirements, current regulations, local instructions, processes and other approved technical publications.
•     Diagnose, inspect and assess vehicles and associated mechanical / electrical equipment in line with skills & competency.
•     Ensure all job transactions are accurately recorded and carried out in accordance with current ERP processes and that work completed and time taken to complete the job is submitted daily to the department / section Supervisor.
•     Completion of vehicle and equipment documentation and test certificates / reports to current standards.
•     Ensure stores and equipment issued to job are used for their correct purpose and un-used or new faulty material is returned to the section / department Supervisor as soon as it is identified.
•     Maintain the requirements of COSHH, Health & Safety and other statutory regulations. Ensure a good standard of housekeeping, cleanliness and safety in the work area is maintained at all times. Comply with local policy on the correct disposal of hazardous or waste products.
•     Inform the Supervisor of any issues which directly affect the repair process and any additional work to the task which is not detailed on the job card is deemed necessary to complete the task.
•     Consult Supervisor regarding any problems affecting Quality or Health & Safety.
•     Provide support across internal trade boundaries and Mobile Support Teams (MST) on a voluntary basis.
•     Execute other duties commensurate with grade and post on occasional basis as detailed by his / her Line Management chain.

 

Tools
•     Creation of job cards and demanding material where the relevant ERP (SAP) training has been completed.
•     Ensure tools and workshop equipment is maintained in good serviceable order and report any faults to the Supervisor.
•     Ensuring work areas remain safety compliant in accordance with Quality standards and all relevant policies.
•     Ensuring personal compliance with PPE requirements

 

The post holder has Accountability for:
•    Carrying out work in an efficient manner 
•    Carrying out work in accordance with prescribed technical information
•    Ensuring appropriate PPE is worn in accordance with policy
•    Complying with clocking policy and Flexible Working

 

The post holder has delegated Authority to:
•    Sign for completion of own work in accordance with prescribed technical information
•    Stop work if safe environment for work is compromised
•    Query or challenge quality of technical information to Supervisor if deemed inappropriate to complete work to a known standard

 

The post holder will be measured by indicators including:
HSE
•    Policy Adherence – 100% adherence to all HSE policies 
•    Near Miss Reporting – 100% adherence to Near Miss reporting process
•    Accident Reporting – 100% of accidents are escalated/reported on same day as the incident occurred

 

Productivity
•    Individual productive hours – Deliver in line with team’s objectives for monthly productive hours (actual time or standard time), not including hours completed on overtime (based on annual utilisation objectives).
•    Individual Production Hours Gap (PHG) – Achieve a PHG of less than 5% each week (1.85 hours or less out of a 37 hour week not booked to a productive task or diversion code) throughout FY
•    Procedure adherence – 100% adherence to flexible working and clocking procedures 
•    Escalation of route time inaccuracies – identify and escalate to Supervisor all 

 

Training
•    Individual mandatory training – To complete all mandatory training modules in accordance with the Technical Training Competence Matrix to agreed timeline
•    Competence – 100% completion of currency and competency training requirements 

 

Quality
•    Team Quality – Following receipt and closure of investigation, to have zero customer complaints for quality defects found against work carried out by your work centre throughout FY19/20
•    Target Quality – Report any quality issues in accordance with Target Quality standards (measured against quality issues identified)


What do I need to do the role?

Technical Experience and Qualifications

 

Essential:

•    Educated to Level 3 in Regulated Qualification Framework (RQF) / National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) as a minimum (Advanced Apprenticeship, Level 3 VRQ/NVQ)
•    Holds valid and appropriate UK driving licence

 

Desirable:

•    Holds at a minimum Category 3 F-Gas Qualification
•    Holds 18th Edition Electrics Qualification
•    Holds valid UK driving licence with Categories C, C+E and H
•    Has equipment specific training and experience
•    Competent PC user (MS Office, MS Outlook, SharePoint, ERP system)

 

Skills Profile:

Skills requirements:
•    Follow up on and take responsibility for unresolved issues or escalations 
•    Able to develop effective relationships internally at a variety of levels 
•    Effective interpersonal and communication skills 
•    Able to work on own initiative to assist delivery of site objectives & targets in line with internal policy/process & ISO 9001, ISO14001 & OHSAS18001

 

Behavioural requirements:

•    Demonstrates understanding of and alignment with Babcock’s guiding principles (Being Babcock)
•    Demonstrates understanding of and alignment with Babcock’s Target Quality Standards
•    Promotes and advocates the ‘Babcock Behaviours and Expectations’ for safe working
•    Demonstrates Babcock’s Respect principles
•    Demonstrates Babcock’s security (physical and electronic) principles

 

Training and tools requirements:
•    Babcock Picasso account Systems access - ERP System on iPad (where relevant)
•    Role appropriate competency and familiarisation training for assets being worked on


What else do I need to know?
•    All applicants must have the legal right to work in the UK and be subject to satisfactory security clearance which includes 3 years reference checks. Verification of any qualifications/passport/licences must be shown at interview stage. 
•    We are happy to talk about flexible working. Please ask about alternative patterns of work at interview.


Application Guidance
If you are currently employed by Babcock/Cavendish Nuclear please let your line manager know that you’re applying for this vacancy. You should also let them know if you are attending an interview or assessment for a role.

Please note that you will not be able to access the vacancy details after the closing date so you may wish to keep a copy of this advert and any supporting documents for your records.

 

We are committed to building an inclusive culture and strives to attract talent who thrive in an inclusive and flexible working environment. 

If you have a disability or need any reasonable adjustments during the application and selection stages, please let us know and we will respond in a way that best fits your specific needs.


Closing Date: 12th May 2022


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