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TIC (Test, Inspect & Certify) Engineer

Employer
Undisclosed Company
Location
Bristol
Salary
Up to £34000.00 per annum
Closing date
18 Jul 2022

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Sector
Engineering
Job Type
Permanent
Hours
Full-time
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Our UK leading client is looking for a TIC (Test, Inspect & Certify) Engineer to work at their Bristol site.

Reporting to the Lifting General Manager you will be responsible for the testing, inspection, certification, repair, maintenance and installation of lifting and working at height equipment.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Inspection, testing, repair and maintenance of lifting and working at height equipment.
  • Load testing of equipment such as runway beams, davit sockets, swing jibs and lift shaft eyes.
  • Installation of basic lifting equipment.
  • Produce certification for equipment including detailed reporting on failed items.
  • Carry out site surveys and advise customers on the correct selection and use of lifting equipment.
  • Organise, progress, and complete the installation, testing and commissioning of lifting equipment including runway beams, swing jibs, davit sockets, powered hoists, etc.
  • Carry out site surveys, discuss customer requirements and compile proposals and quotations detailing the proposed solutions for the installation, test and commissioning of lifting equipment as per above.

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Experience working within the lifting equipment industry.
  • LEEA Qualifications including advanced programmes such as Runways & Crane Structures and/or Overhead Travelling Cranes.
  • Manufacturer and Industry Training (ie, CSCS, IPAF, Confined Space, Working at Height, PASMA, etc)
  • Competent in accordance with LOLER.
  • Current (preferably clean) driving licence.
  • IT Literate.

Hours: Mon-Fri 7.30am-4.30pm or 8am-5pm
Salary: £34,000

Interested in this permanent role based in Bristol? Please email your CV or contact me on 07483 340870.

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