National Fleet Inspector

Competitive Salary plus benefits
Closing date: 
Saturday, October 19, 2019 - 22:59
FCC Environment
United Kingdom

FCC Environment, part of the FCC Group, have a requirement for a National Fleet Inspector to undertake roadworthiness inspections and monitor the quality of repair and maintenance to the Group's fleet of light and heavy goods vehicles across a range of locations throughout the UK.

Company Background

FCC Environment is a leading UK waste and resource management company, which is part of a global group with a strong heritage in providing services for communities and businesses. Our vision is to be the environmental company of choice, delivering change for a sustainable future.

FCC Environment's core business centers on collection, resource recovery and renewable energy providing services for local authorities and commercial customers.   Our business is grouped into five core services:

 €¢               Municipal services - household waste collection, street cleansing, parks and gardens maintenance

 €¢               Business waste solutions -waste collection and recycling services for small and large companies

 €¢               Recycling - material recycling facilities, household waste recycling centers

 €¢               Green energy -recovery of energy from waste

 €¢               Waste Processing -industrial waste treatment, hazardous wastes and landfill disposal

We operate over 200 facilities in England, Scotland and Wales and employ around 2,500 employees.   We recycle 1.2 million tonnes of waste each year.

This is a home based opportunity involving national travel and could involve spending some nights away from home.

You must be a highly credible engineer with strong negotiation skills who will ensure awareness of current legislation and operational changes which would impact vehicle safety and liaise with the operational teams to ensure the most cost effective and safe operation of all groups of vehicles.

Key Responsibilities of our Fleet Inspector will be:

  • Implementation of the Group Health and Safety Policy
  • Monitor vehicle maintenance records and forward planners to retain DVSA compliance
  • Develop working relationships with in house workshop managers
  • Liaise with Transport Managers and help with vehicle enquiries
  • Coach and advise HGV drivers and Managers on DVSA best practice
  • Report and action breaches of legislative, regulatory or policy requirements
  • To keep abreast of technological developments and industry best practice in the operation of road transport

Experience and Skills:

  • Qualified to C & G level 3 or equivalent you must be competent in all aspects of HGV repair and maintenance to a recognised industry standard
  • HGV driver licence and CPC qualified preferred
  • Experience in waste management vehicles and the industry is desirable
  • Computer literate; proficient in use of MS Word and MS Excel

  If you wish to be considered for our Fleet Inspector role, please click apply and submit your CV. You will receive an email shortly which you will need to read through.