Workshop Supervisor – Spider are advertising on behalf of a well-known family farming business, established in 1939, that grow combinable sugar beet, crops and early new season root vegetable production for all year-round supply. They are looking to employ a full time Workshop Supervisor, to work in a busy farm workshop, where you will be responsible for coordinating the engineers and tractor drivers in the workshop and keeping stock of all the machine and workshop parts.
The Workshop Supervisor Responsibilities & Duties:
Organising and coordinating the engineers
Coordinating the tractor drivers whilst they are in the workshop
Sourcing parts and liaising with reps to attain the best prices and quotes
Keeping stock and monitoring Hydraulic fittings, hoses and pipes
Checking parts against invoices/delivery notes
Monitoring and keeping stock of workshop consumables such as oil, nuts and bolts in an organised way
Working closely with the Farm Mangers to ensure the workshop runs smoothly
Build good relationships whilst onsite, representing the company to a high standard
Ensure health & safety is met at all times
Other tasks as required to support an operational requirement
Work Experience & Skills
Experience of working in a similar role, ideally with agricultural equipment
Full UK Driving license is essential
Good IT skills to include Excel
Good verbal and written communication skills
Personal Qualities & Behavioural Traits
Ability to be reactive, punctual and to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines
Strong attention to detail.
Working as part of a diverse team will be able to work alone or as part of team.
Exceptional customer service skills
Flexibility and adaptability and able to use initiative
A “can do” attitude and the ability to take ownership of designated tasks.
This is a permanent, full-time position, working 39 hours Monday – Friday. Salary is negotiable depending on experience. Company benefits include discretional bonus scheme, 28 days holiday (including bank holidays), training and progression opportunities. Contractually, basic hours of work are 39 hours per week, however this role requires flexibility as hours can be higher during harvest time.
If you have the relevant skills and experience, please apply by forwarding an up to date CV as soon as possible. We look forward to hearing from you.
This vacancy is being advertised and handled by Spider. The regions Fixed Fee Web Recruiter and Online Job Advertiser. We provide an online recruitment advertising and employee selection service in Suffolk, Norfolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire and beyond.
Additional keywords: Workshop Foreperson, Workshop Foreman, Workshop Forewoman, Workshop Manager, Agricultural Workshop, Farm Workshop
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