Fleet Vehicle Installation Technician


Posted on 25th Nov 2021
North Wales Police - Heddlu Gogledd Cymru
North Wales Police - Heddlu Gogledd Cymru Wales

Fleet Vehicle Installation Technician

Fleet Vehicle Installation Technician

DEESIDE COMISSIONING CENTRE RELOCATING TO ST ASAPH IN APRIL 2022

 

This is an outstanding opportunity to join North Wales Police as a Fleet Vehicle Installation Technician. You’ll be joining on a permanent contract, working full-time hours within an organisation that will truly support your success in the workplace.

 

In the role of Fleet Vehicle Installation Technician, you’ll put your engineering skills to use along with your problem solving, as you install equipment into vehicles, diagnose vehicle emergency equipment faults and determine appropriate solutions to rectify those faults.

 

If you think you have the skills and experience for this role, we would like to hear from you.

 

What does the Fleet Vehicle Installation Technician role entail?

 

Duties of the role, include but aren’t limited to;

 

  • To install equipment and associated wiring systems (e.g. power, lighting, warning, communications, and data systems, etc.) into vehicles in full compliance with approved installation specifications including the removal and re-installation of internal and external vehicle panels and trim to facilitate such installations.

 

  • To fabricate, where required, mounting solutions to house vehicle equipment that will complement existing vehicle layouts.

 

  • The assembly and installation into vehicles of prefabricated modular components such as load carriers and containment cells.

 

  • The calibration and road testing of specific installed equipment.

 

  • To keep up to date with installation practices and procedures, this will include training courses and FITAS accreditation.

 

 

What will I need to be considered for Fleet Vehicle Installation Technician role?

 

 

  1. To possess a minimum level 4 NVQ technical qualification in the automotive field, hold an equivalent qualification or hold evidenced relevant experience.

 

  1. Proven knowledge and experience of general engineering skills including soldering, drilling, cutting, and terminating cables and have experience in the use of electronic test equipment.

 

  1. Proven IT skills with experience of working with vehicle diagnostic equipment, workshop, and Microsoft Office products.

 

  1. The postholder will be required to drive force vehicles, therefore must possess a full driving licence.

  

North Wales Police are a bilingual organisation and for this role, you’ll need to demonstrate Level 3 Welsh skills, which means you’re able to converse partly in Welsh and write informal communications. You can find out more by visiting our Welsh Language Resources Page.

 

Positive Action - are you eligible?

We recognise that everybody’s needs are unique and different. Our Workforce Representation Team offer a variety of initiatives including providing appropriate advice, encouragement and support throughout the recruitment process. If you’re from a Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic (BAME), minority religion group, Female, Male,  LGBT+, or have a disability – the Workforce Representation Team may be able to offer you Positive Action support depending on the role you are applying for. Visit our Positive Action page to learn more about how this works and our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion.

  

How do I apply?


Please submit your application via the North Wales Police website, ensuring you provide details of your relevant previous experience for this role within the Supporting Statement in the Application Form.

 

Closing date: Deadline is 12 noon, 3 December 2021.

 

Interviews are expected to take place on the 15 December 2021.

 

If you require any further information please contact the North Wales Police Recruitment Team: SSF.Recruitment@nthwales.pnn.police.uk

 

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