Engineer Surveyor - Crane & Lift - Inverness

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Date: Jul 18, 2024

Location: Inverness, Other/Not Applicable, GB

Company: Bureau Veritas


Role: Engineer Surveyor - Lift & Crane

Location: Home based with daily travel to client sites and we aim to minimise travel where possible and offer localised geographical areas.

Package: £42,148 - £45,232 pa, Car Allowance of £4,250pa/Company Car, Fuel Card, OT available, Up to 12% Pension, Health Care, and other Flexible benefits


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Make an impact doing work you can be proud of and contributing to a global mission to enhance safety standards with integrity and help us create a brighter future, shaping a world of trust, and a safer society for us all.


What’s in it for you?

  • Salary of £42,148 - £45,232 pa,
  • £4,250pa car allowance/Company Car
  • 25 days holiday + bank holidays with the option to buy or sell 5 holidays, plus an option to carry over 5 days
  • Combined pension contributions of up to 12%
  • Share in Success company bonus scheme - We recognise that overall business success is due to the contribution made by every employee
  • Annual Salary review
  • Enhanced level of support with a designated planner for your geographical area
  • Line Manager support through your dedicated Area Delivery Managers (ADM’s)
  • Flexible benefits scheme, to suit what is important to you including Life Cover, Private health care, Dental Care, GymFlex, Techscheme, Enhanced Maternity/Paternity policy, Give as You Earn scheme & Travel Insurance
  • Health and Wellbeing Support through; Mental Health First aiders, Employee Assistance programme & Smart Health services
  • £40,000 training investment
  • Working for an Industry leading global Inspection company certified as a UK Top Employer for the last nine years in a row


Why work for Bureau Veritas?

Our people are at the heart of everything we do, which is why we have worked hard to create a supportive and engaging culture, where individuals are given the opportunity to fulfil their true potential. After all, we have been certified as a UK Top Employer for the last nine years in a row.


At Bureau Veritas you can benefit from a busy and varied client facing environment, working with market leaders across a wide range of sectors including but not limited to:


Food manufacturing, Chemical manufacturing, Banking, Retail, Logistics, Power and Utilities including Nuclear, Automotive, Public Sector, Mobile Plant, Emergency Services, Transport and Construction.


We pride ourselves on our partnership approach, which means you will be encouraged to develop strong client relationships - combining technical know-how with service excellence to exceed your clients’ expectations.


Role Purpose

To carry out high quality inspections ensuring various lifting equipment (MEWPS, HIAB, Cranes, FLT’s) is compliant with current regulatory and statutory requirements under LOLER & PUWER. To operate within agreed authorities, inspection and H&S standards with a clear customer focus and drive to achieve optimal service delivery.


To produce and deliver inspection reports using Bureau Veritas’s best in class tools for on-site reporting and immediate client access to keep abreast of changes in relevant standards and legislation, acting as an advisor to high-profile clients and to deliver customer excellence, operating in the professional, friendly, and authoritative manner expected of all client-facing Bureau Veritas surveyors


What does it take to apply?

As you would expect from a globally trusted inspection provider, Bureau Veritas holds several accreditations and complies with regulations including UKAS accreditation, SAFed membership and SAFed Standard SS01 compliance.

Candidate requirements for Mechanical Inspection roles are:

  • Minimum NVQ4, City and Guilds 4, HNC, HND or equivalent mechanical engineering qualification for Lift & Crane
  • LEEA qualifications are unfortunately not applicable on their own, but they are preferred alongside a relevant mechanically biased engineering qualification
  • Minimum three to five years’ post qualification experience working with relevant discipline specific equipment
  • Current Clean UK driving license

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