Minimum Age Requirement
37 hrs per week
Established Full Time
Salary Range (From and To)
23,111 to 28,221
Venue for Interview
Salary: 23,111 to 28,221
Location: Malton Depot, Malton
Hours: 37 hrs per week.
Are you a fully qualified HGV/LGV mechanic? Do you have sound working knowledge of HSE standards for motor vehicle repair? Are you looking for a position that offers great benefits as well as Monday to Friday working only?
Ryedale District Council are looking to recruit a Mechanic to join their team at Malton Depot, Malton. As a mechanic you will assist with all levels of repair and the maintenance of the Councils vehicles and items of plant alongside standard servicing and fault diagnosis to the highest standard to ensure full road safety compliance. You will also provide high quality, responsive support to Streetscene issues as well as working alongside the Senior Mechanic to ensure the effective delivery of repair and maintenance and ad-hoc jobs.
In return for your hard work and dedication to our service we can offer you the chance to be part of a strong and supportive team. You will also benefit from a variety of competitive employee benefits, such as:
Local Government Pension Plan
Generous holiday entitlement plus Public Holidays
Health care scheme
Everyone Active Offers
Free car parking
Canteen facilities at Ryedale House
If you have a flexible approach, are an effective team player, have a strong customer focus to maintain high standards of performance and service delivery, together with the ability to work on your own initiative and comply with health and safety working practices and procedures we would like to hear from you.
For an informal discussion please contact either Chris Granger, Principle Specialist Operations on 01653 600666 ext 481, or via email ...@ryedale.gov.uk
If you have the experience to join our team, click on the application for employment form and email ...@ryedale.gov.uk.
Closing date for applications: Sunday 17th February
We do not accept CV applications or applications from agencies