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Job title: Mechanical Modification Technician
Hourly pay rate:£18.39Ltd (Days) - £22.19 Ltd (Nights)
Shifts:Various must be flexible
Hours per week:Average 40 hours per week
Industries considered:RAF, REME, Army, Navy, Marine, Avionics, Rolling Stock, Commercial/Industrial Electrics, Defence, Plant Engineering, SPM, HVAC, and Process Engineering
Disciplines considered:Diesel Engine Fitter, Mechanical Engineer, Mechanic, Avionic Technician, Aircraft Engineer, Marine Engineer, Maintenance Fitter, and Breakdown Engineer
They are a global leader in Rolling Stock vehicle manufacturing, service and maintenance.
This position will be completing fault diagnosis and rectification of Class 220 & 221 rolling stock. You will be expected to complete routine maintenance from written work instruction, including Mechanical Examinations on Rolling Stock. You will also specifically work on maintenance and modifications of Heavy Diesel engines.
This is a Safety Critical position and is a requirement against the Service Agreement (SA). This position is the key focal point for the safe and reliable running of the fleet.
The position is based on a busy maintenance depot and all applicants would be expected to complete the following:
*Complete Diesel engine repairs
*Work from written instruction (VMI)
*Work from Mechanical Engineering drawings, working to specific measurements
*Replacing mechanical components to correspond to engineering drawings
*Routine fleet checks ensuring that the Fleet are operated safely
*Work flexibly with a maintenance team
Heavy maintenance/Overhaul on Cross Country 220/221 and Virgin West
Coast 221 such as:
Power pack drop (Engine)
Permanent and Auto couplers
Full door changes
Toilet tank exchange (Alongside TBM)
Fresh water tanks
Sander Mod on the Virgin West Coasts and a various door chain (Wire
Mod on the Cross Countries completed via technical drawing, followed
up with testing
Various maintenance visits such as compressor oil changes, air dryer pressure
valve, final drive oil sampling and changes and brake pad checks and
No previous rail experience required as we will consider applicants that have worked on any of the following, but you must have Mechanical Maintenance or Diesel Engine experience.
Diesel Engine Fitter, Avionics (commercial), HVAC, Process Engineering, Production Plants, Mechanic, Automotive - Routine Maintenance on Cars/ Trucks/ HGV, Defence - Routine Maintenance on Submarines / Ships / Aircraft, EX Forces Mechanical Engineer - Routine Maintenance on Aircraft/ helicopters/ HGV (REME, RAF, Navy)
NVQ or City & Guilds Level 3 in a Mechanical discipline