Preventative Maintenance Engineer (HS2) jobs in Cannock, United Kingdom

  • Permanent
  • Cannock



Finning (UK) Ltd

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Position Overview:

As a Preventative Maintenance Engineer, you will work in conjunction with the controller, to maximise the operational availability of equipment for the customer through timely and efficient routine and preventative maintenance servicing and machine inspections. Identifying possible issue’s which may impact availability as well as being tasked with carrying out minor repairs as requested. During this role you will be an ambassador for safety, by servicing the products in a manner which promotes safety for self and customer.

Locations – Coventry, Rugby, Northampton, Milton Keynes, Stratford Upon Avon, Banbury, Oxford

Job Description:

Rollo has a long, established and successful heritage in the construction plant and power generation industries. As a part of the Finning Group, Rollo has access to the skills and expertise of one of the premium service providers in the plant and power generation industry, benefiting from world-class facilities, the latest technology and training, tooling, and industry leading safety and quality processes.

Major Job Functions

Preventative Maintenance Servicing (carrying out routine servicing of equipment in line with manufacturers guidelines, taking routine oil samples) 75%

Machine Inspection (carry out visual / mechanical analysis of machine condition highlighting developing issues with systems and components including hydraulic, electrical, powertrain, mechanical) 20%

Minor Repairs (complete minor repairs as identified during machine inspection, carry out installation of telematic systems, carry out undercarriage inspections) 5%

As a Finning employee, you will receive:

Salary £33,900

25 days holiday (purchase up to 5 extra days holiday)

Annual Bonus

Annual Tool Allowance

Healthcare benefits (medical, optical, hearing, dentistry, and new child payments to support new parents)

Access to company share scheme

Up to 7% pension (matched by compan

Life insurance

Laptop and phone, van

Industry leading CAT product training


Additionally, you will benefit from enhanced maternity and paternity packages, family-friendly policies to support working parents, enhanced flexible working options, support from a team of 40+ Mental Health first aiders, employee wellbeing solutions, the opportunity to work with your charity of choice, and length of service & recognition awards.

*This is a field-based role. For this position it is essential that all drivers have held a full driving licence for 2 years. (Eligibility will be subject to a full DVLA licence check)

*Working Hours – 43hrs per week (flexi start and finish times). Working pattern Tuesday -Saturday

Specific Skills

The job requires a basic knowledge of the four main product elements (Engines, Hydraulics, Powertrain, and Vehicle Electrics/Electronics) relating to servicing and repair of heavy mobile plant (or similar e.g Heavy Goods Vehicle)    



To attend customer locations as advised by controller, to carry out preventive maintenance servicing. To liaise with service controller and customer both at the outset and as work progresses. To ensure that all work is carried out to high standards and that equipment is safe before handing back to customer.  Ensure equipment is serviced in line with manufacturers recommendations and that all associated paperwork is completed accurately and in a timely manner including recording customer signatures.  Take proper care of company vehicle and equipment.

Education and Experience

Either direct experience (around 3 years) or working in a related engineering function, e.g. car mechanic, HGV fitter, former REME or experience on military vehicles such as recovery mechanic or a formal apprenticeship qualification that includes at least C&G level 1, formal training in health & Safety desirable but not essential as further training will be given.            

This position is a great opportunity for engineers with transferable skills looking to get into the plant industry. Training for the role will be provided, there are opportunities for employees in this role to progress into a field service position in the future following further development.

If you would like to work for a global organisation offering industry leading training, a competitive package and progression then apply online today!

At Finning, we prioritize creating a diverse and inclusive environment. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer, and we actively encourage all individuals to express themselves and achieve their full potential. As a company, we continuously strive to enhance our outreach to individuals of all backgrounds and identities. We do not discriminate against applicants based on gender identity, race, national and ethnic origin, religion, age, sexual orientation, marital and family status, and/or mental or physical disabilities. Furthermore, Finning is committed to collaborating with and providing reasonable accommodations /adjustments to individuals with disabilities. If you require an adjustment/accommodation at any point during the recruitment process, please inform your recruiter.

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