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Oil Tank Fitter / Groundworker job
Location Stalbridge – DT10 2RU
Up to £24,500 per annum plus overtime depending on experience and qualifications
Immediate Start Available – full details and how to apply below
The successful applicant will be an energetic, hard working person with a full clean driving licence and friendly approachable attitude. Ideally you will be experienced as a groundworker but not essential. An OFTEC qualification would also be a great advantage but the company is willing to fund this training for the right person.
The role will be a real mix between ground working and technical so it is ideal for someone who enjoys a physical job but is looking to progress and develop new knowledge and skills.
In return we will offer a competitive salary, great development opportunities, full training, development opportunities, company pension, 28 days holiday (including bank holidays), Cycle2Work scheme, Employee Assistance Programme, Eyecare Scheme and Retail Discounts.
You will be responsible for carrying out installation and maintenance of oil tanks and associated equipment, including emergency call outs for failed or leaking oil tanks. The job holder must hold the relevant OFTEC certification (or be prepared to train for this).
·Preparing Groundworks and bases for oil tanks
·Installing oil tanks and associated equipment
·Connecting oil lines between the oil tank and the appliance
·Pressure testing of oil lines
·Removing fuel from oil tanks
·Setting up temporary tanks
·Installing gauges, filters, pumps and other ancillary equipment
·Perform water checks and remove water from oil storage tanks
·Filtering fuel to remove debris
·Delivering of oil tanks and associated equipment
·Decommissioning and transporting of old tanks for disposal
·Testing repaired systems to verify that functionality has been restored
·Report defective and dangerous systems to your line manager
·Complete company paperwork in full and return to the office in a timely manner
·Ensure that all work is carried out to specification, to the quality standards set by the business, and ensuring that all work complies to OFTEC and building regulations where applicable
·Ensure that all work is carried out safely, and that any accidents or near misses are reported to your line manager
·To work with the office to ensure that all parts and equipment are available to each job
·Ensure vehicles are kept in a clean and roadworthy condition, that regular checks are undertaken, and repairs carried out in a timely fashion
·To communicate regularly with the office, your line manager and customers as appropriate
·Monitor the stock of parts and equipment kept on your allocated vehicle
·Ensure that all tools and equipment used is fit for purpose and has received the relevant safety and maintenance checks
·To follow Company procedures at all times
·Keeping your vehicle in a clean and presentable condition
Please apply with CV to firstname.lastname@example.org