Vehicle Examiners wanted for 6 month role starting asap in Enniskillen and Omagh
Alternating weekly shifts: 3 x 12.5hrs, 8am-8.30pm
Week 1 :Mon/Tues/Wed Week 2 :Thur/Fri/Sat
Rate: £8.72ph increasing to £11.11ph after 12 weeks
Candidates will need to complete an Access NI Disclosure
Possess one of the following criteria
- National Council for Vocational Qualifications - Level 3 in Vehicle Mechanical and Electronic Systems (Heavy Vehicles Maintenance and Repair) or Vehicle Mechanical and Electronic Systems (Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair).
- Scottish Qualifications Authority - SNVQ Level 3 in Vehicle Mechanical & Electronic Systems Maintenance and Repair (Light Vehicle or Heavy Vehicle).
- City & Guilds Motor Vehicle Craft Certificate 381 Part III
- City & Guilds Repair and Servicing of Road Vehicles Certificates 383 Level 3
- City & Guilds - 330 NVQ in Vehicle Mechanical & Electronic Systems
- BTEC (A8) Certificate in Motor Vehicle Engineering Level 3
- BTEC - Vehicle Mechanical and Electronic Systems - Maintenance and Repair Light Vehicles (Schedule No 125) or Vehicle Mechanical and Electronic Systems - Maintenance (Level 3, Schedule No 126) Heavy Vehicles
- Be a fully qualified mechanic, having served a suitable apprenticeship period of at least 3 years in motor vehicle servicing and repair.
- Have a minimum of 3 years post apprenticeship experience within the last 10 years, in the motor trade, servicing, testing and repairing motor vehicles.
- Possess a full current Category B driving licence
- All aspects of examination of private cars, motorcycles, ambulances, public service vehicles (omnibuses and taxis), light, medium and heavy goods vehicles, and large passenger carrying vehicles. Relevant training will be provided for testing of all categories of vehicles.
- Use of a range of integrated test lane equipment including IT equipment (training will be provided as required).
- A requirement to drive a range of vehicles.
- Completion of relevant inspection reports and the issue of certificates to customers as appropriate.
- Assisting with the maintenance of equipment and general 'housekeeping' work as required by the 'supervisor' at the Test Centre.
- Normally maintaining a predetermined level of productivity.
- Keeping up to date with procedural and technical developments relating to vehicle testing work (including changes in relevant legislation and Agency policy).
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