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Aug 102019
 

MAIN PURPOSE OF JOB:

Reporting into the Service Manager, the Service Engineer (Electrical) will be part of the wider Engineering Service team that is responsible for attending breakdowns and carrying out fault-finding, diagnostics, servicing and repairs to a variety of electric powered access machines. Planned preventative Maintenance (PPMs) will also be a part of the daily duties.

As well as being stationed at your assigned depot workshop, the Service Engineer (Electrical) may be required to work outside of normal office hours or travel outside of assigned depot city for the occasional project at our other depot locations in the GCC.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Planned Maintenance

Carry out routine and preventative planned maintenance (PPM) at the depot or at the customer sites

Ensure that there are no deficiencies or defect likely to affect the safe working of a machine

Maintain the appearance of the fleet to Company standard

Inspection

Ensure pre-delivery inspections (PDI) of each machine is carried out at depot or at customer sites as per company and manufacturers specifications

Liaise with Hire Desk team to ensure that all required machines are checked prior to despatch in accordance with Company policy and procedures

Produce monthly plant inspection reports to ensure that all machines are inspected in accordance with company policy

Repair

Diagnose fault and inform the customer of the approximate repair times and rectify any faults

Ensure repair of machines at depot or on site conforms with manufacturers specification and Company policy

Quality, Health and Safety

Handover machines to customers and familiarise customers with safe machine operation in accordance with company procedures

Job Details

Posted Date: 2019-08-08
Job Location: Doha, Qatar
Job Role: Maintenance, Repair, and Technician
Company Industry: Construction; Engineering; Construction/Civil Engineering

Preferred Candidate

Career Level: Mid Career

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