Marine Mechanic/Engineer
Poole, Dorset, England
1d ago

Some of the benefits

  • £29,420 - £32,000 (dependent on experience)
  • Performance related pay scheme annually reviewed
  • 26 days’ annual leave plus Bank Holidays
  • Time off in lieu available
  • Half day on Fridays and flexible working opportunities.
  • Generous sick pay policy
  • Outstanding pension scheme
  • Life assurance
  • Health and dental cashplan
  • About the role

  • As a Technician Mechanic, you will undertake new boat installation or refit / repair of existing All Weather Lifeboats. Including;
  • modification, repair / maintenance and diagnostics of mechanical systems, i.e. engine, propulsion, hydraulics, fuel, etc.

    Working in conjunction with other members of the ALC, you will ensure that tasks are completed in a structured and professional manner.

    It is essential you have relevant City and Guilds or NVQ level 3 / BTEC qualifications or time served apprenticeship or equivalent experience.

    About you

    You must be able to work to Engineering drawings and standardised work, safely and efficiently. You will be working as a member of a multi-disciplined team ensuring that lifeboats are built and refitted on time and within budget, meeting the RNLI’s stringent quality standards.

    It is essential you have relevant City and Guilds or NVQ level 3 / BTEC qualifications, time served apprenticeship or equivalent experience.

    Previous experience of boat production or refit is desirable, and installation of marine engines and propulsion, hydraulic, fuel and other systems is essential.

    Come and join us in the build of this centre of excellence and help save lives at sea!

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