Ground Support Equipment Techincian (Night shifts)

UK & Ireland > LHR

We have an exciting opportunity in TCR UK Limited at our prestigious site at London Heathrow which is the second busiest airport in the world.  We are looking are for qualified HGV/Plant/ Ground Support Equipment Technicians (GSE) to come and join our team.
Main Purpose of the Job:

Undertake repairs and maintenance of TCR and associated vehicles to the required standard. Adhere to corporate Health and Safety guidelines, ISO 9001 framework and guidelines on vehicle maintenance.

Working Hours
The working hours for this position are  over a 7 day period on a rolling rota 4 on 4 off basis working between 18:00 - 06:00. 
A 30 minute unpaid lunch break may be taken. This constitutes a basic average working week of 40 hours.
What's on Offer
  • Competitive Salary
  • 20 days annual leave, including public holidays. An additional day is accrued for every 2 years of service, up to 3 additional days
  • 6% employer pension contribution 
  • Overtime rate of 1.55 times the basic hourly rate 
  • Big EE discount for friends and family 
  • Life Assurance 
  • Health Cash Plans  
  • Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
  • Plus the opportunity to train and gain accreditation through the Company scheme  

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Repair vehicles and plants as requested by the Workshop Supervisor
  • Carry out inspections, brake and smoke tests and show all defects to the Workshop Supervisor before commencing with any repairs or booking out any parts
  • Diagnose and inform the Workshop Supervisor of all work and parts required before commencing job
  • Job card/inspection sheet must be completed correctly to current point of repair and handed to the Workshop Supervisor at the end of each day’s shift.  All non-productive time is also to be added to the correct job card for authorisation by the Workshop Supervisor 
  • Update the Workshop Supervisor of any further work or parts required immediately
  • Present job cards at stores to enable parts to be supplied
  • Inform the Workshop Supervisor of any VOR parts immediately
  • All booked parts used from workshop must on the front of job cards and all parts taken out of hours must be written on parts sheet as confirmation
  • Label parts and put them onto correct shelves, e.g. warranty or exchange unit
  • Inform the Workshop Supervisor immediately upon job completion
  • Quarantine, label and report all defective tooling immediately to the site Workshop Supervisor
  • Report any defective items immediately to the Workshop Supervisor
  • Accurately complete and hand in manual daily time sheet after each day of shift

Knowledge and Skills:

  • Motor mechanics
  • Analytical and numerate with good communication skills
  • Understanding of TCR procedures and systems
  • Customer oriented/service delivery focussed
  • General knowledge of health and safety regulations


  • Operational vehicle/logistical background
  • Experience of working in a customer focused environment
  • Experience in the vehicle maintenance sector


  • Motor Mechanics – LGV
  • LGV 2 (desirable)
  • Forklift (desirable)

Behavioural Capabilities:

  • Ability to deal effectively with people at different levels
  • Good team player, willing to listen and take new ideas on board
  • Have a ‘can do’ attitude - good at making things work and get the job done
  • Self-motivated with good organisational skills
  • Professional, proactive approach
  • Ability to quickly assess and resolve problems with a flexible and adaptable manner

Applicants must be able to provide the necessary certification. All employment will be subject to Right To Work, Security and Criminal record checks appropriate for work within the airport environment.  

Date limite de candidature: 31/12/2019


Unit 1, Building 16265, Exeter Way, Hatton Cross

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