3 x Vacancies: Senior Agricultural Service Technician's
RBM Agricultural Ltd., Market Weighton, Brigg and Louth
(5 branch John Deere dealership celebrating 80 years of business)
To work in a busy Agricultural Service Department performing maintenance and repairs on agricultural machinery. This work will often be done at customer’s farms ensuring plenty of local travel around the area.
Proficient knowledge of mechanical, electrical and hydraulic systems is required to enable the repair of agricultural equipment. A base understanding of agriculture and machinery would be essential. A driving licence would be required as there will be a need to drive company vehicles.
Hours of work
Monday to Friday (8am till 5pm) with flexible overtime to suit the business demands at evenings and weekends.
• Attractive salary package, further negotiable depending on experience,
with guaranteed overtime.
• A company vehicle provided for work and commuting.
• Entry into the company pension scheme.
• Full company uniform provision including work boots, clothing and overalls provided by the company.
• Diagnostic laptop & phone pre-installed with all the latest industry leading diagnostic programs and machinery support, plus training available on how to get the most from it.
• Plus a company account available from day one offering staff discount on clothing, tools and all our showroom items.
• Full product and personal development training is offered and comprehensive training paths, tailored to you, are provided.
• A chance to work with industry leading John Deere machinery and technology.
Applications: To get started with this exciting career, please send an up to date CV to - firstname.lastname@example.org
There is no application deadline but we’ll reply to all entries within 2 weeks.
Service Technicians/ Apprentices
We are always on the look out for bright and hardworking people to join our service teams. If you think you have what it takes please send a CV to James Daysh ( email@example.com ).
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