At Aggreko, we provide energy solutions so communities can thrive, and businesses can grow. We bring power, heat and cooling to customers and communities wherever they need it. We are hiring immediately for a Mechanical Technician based out of our Lomondgate Depot- a role that will help us to power progress for our customers.
Why Aggreko? Here are some of the perks and rewards.
A competitive salary and benefits package (including but not limited to pension plan, bonus scheme, and Life Assurance)
Eligible for overtime rates
Generous holiday entitlement, with option to ‘buy’ or ‘sell ‘
Roles where you can make a direct contribution to the success of the business
A focus on continued personal development
Refer a friend scheme
Pension Scheme – opportunity to save for your retirement with generous company contribution
Access to 24/7 online/telephone GP service
Discounts & perks
Cycle to Work scheme
Paid time off work for volunteering in the community
Access to our Employee Assistance Programme, which helps promote and support a healthy lifestyle
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What you’ll do:
The Mechanical Technician will report to the Team Leader and work in the assembly of Aggreko products in line with the production schedule, product quality, health and safety and cost targets.
Key Responsibilities include:
Mechanical assembly of Aggreko Manufacturing products in accordance with work instructions and quality control documentation
Assembly/Overhaul/Refurb of Diesel, Gas engine components and MC/TC equipment
Assembly of Fuel and Cooling system hoses, pipes and fittings
Assembly of fabricated components
Mating and torquing of flange assemblies
Use of air tools, hand tools, torque tools, overhead cranes, lifting and slinging equipment and measuring equipment
Provide training to apprentices and pass on good learning and knowledge
Accountable for ensuring own safety and reporting any deviation from safety procedures. Escalating any H&S concerns to the relevant people
Working to the high quality standards of the business and escalating quality issues when they arise
Closely involved in the drive for continuous improvement on our products, taking responsibility for reducing the cost/time taken to build our products. Look for opportunities to improve the quality and effectiveness of your own work and that of the team around you
Work in an effective manner with the direct team members and wider Manufacturing cross-functional teams where required
Involvement in Continuous Improvement projects and activities
Maintaining work area in a safe and tidy working condition in compliance with 6S standards.
Working strictly in accordance with company policies and procedures
Weekly, monthly and quarterly production, H&S and quality KPIs
Who we’re looking for…
You will have experience in a manufacturing environment preferably with a s strong knowledge of production methods with experience of assembling mechanical systems. It is essential that you can understand and interpret engineering drawings. Additional, experience of working on diesel engines and electrical fitting/wiring would also be desirable but not essential.
You will have excellent verbal communication skills and will need to be able to work under pressure to deliver tasks on time, and to a high level of quality and accuracy, with strong attention to detail.
You’ll be self-motivated, with problem solving skills and a quality led approach being able to identify issues, propose solutions, and think beyond your day-to-day remit.
We welcome people from different backgrounds and cultures, and respect people’s unique skills, attitudes and experiences. We encourage everyone to be themselves at work because we know that’s how we do our best, for each other, for our customers, for the communities where we work, and for our careers.
Equal Opportunity Employer, including disability and veterans.