What’s the role?
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a crane technician / electrical engineer to join our operation at our Widnes site. Working alongside our experienced crane engineers to carry out maintenance and repairs to our container handling cranes and general site electrics.
What will I be responsible for?
- To assist in the day to day maintenance on the cranes as defined by supervisor
- To assist with preventative maintenance on the cranes as defined by supervisor
- To assist in diagnosing and inspecting any defects found on the cranes as reported by crane pilots
- To assist with maintenance on heavy plant equipment as required
- To document any works completed, ensuring these are passed to the supervisor for filing
- To place written requests for any parts required with the supervisor
- To be available for on call duties as defined by Supervisor
- To ensure all work equipment (including safety equipment), is maintained to a satisfactory working condition and stored correctly, reporting any defects to supervisor
- To ensure all lubricants, fluids and gasses are stored in the correct manner, following relevant regulations as instructed by the H&S advisor
- To ensure working area is kept in a clean and tidy condition, using bins provided
- To ensure compound gates are locked at all time when access isn’t required
- To assist with any future plans for further crane developments
- To mentor apprentices when necessary
- To undertake any other duties as required by the port compliance general manager
What kind of person are you looking for?
We’re looking for someone who’s able to work alongside our experienced crane engineers and become part of the team. An experienced crane engineer—or a time served electrician with good, general electrical experience. Full training will be given on site.