Job Title: Rolling Stock Maintenance Engineer – Maintenance & Exams
Location: Gillingham, Kent
Interviews/Start date: Immediate start!
Contract Length: 3-month initial contract
“Do you have experience as a Rolling Stock Maintenance Engineer performing high level maintenance, testing and fault finding on a variety of trains? If you do and live in the South East of England, you’re in the right place!”
This is an opportunity to work for a successful train operating company that operates one of the busiest networks in the country and focuses on providing a reliable train service for their passengers. This company has recently invested in a full fleet of modern trains with increased seats to provide more pleasant and comfortable journeys for commuters to ensure significantly improved customer experience.
As a Rolling Stock Maintenance Engineer, you will be working on a variety of fleets performing maintenance, testing and fault finding to rolling stock which has been raised as having defects or faults of the safety critical systems. You will be from a rolling stock background, skilled in electrical and mechanical engineering with experience working on key rolling stock components and systems including HVAC, Driver Advisory Systems, Train Protection & Warning System, Driver-Only Operated systems and Train Control & Management System. Flexibility is key as you will be required to commute to local sites to attend breakdowns.
the ideal candidate
You are an experienced Rolling Stock Maintenance Engineer with extensive work history in fault finding and rectification of fleet defects. To be considered for this role, you will have completed projects with a focus on identifying and rectifying faults, removing and repairing Safety Critical components including various hydraulic, pneumatic and electromechanical systems. You will have experience working on brakes, traction, signals, doors and on-board computer systems.
A proven background in safety critical rolling stock fault finding and servicing with a minimum NVQ Level 3 in Electrical Engineering or other engineering discipline. The ideal Rolling Stock Maintenance Engineer will also be able to commit to a varying shift pattern.
Days and Nights (4 on/ 4 off)
Rate of Pay - £25.50 p/h
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