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Tool Repair Technician ATR Equipment Solutions Ltd ATR Equipment Solutions, Denmore Road, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen

Job Title: Tool Repair Technician

Employing Company: ATR Equipment Solutions Limited

Department: Workshop     

Reporting to: Team Lead

Responsible for: No Direct Reports


Main Purpose of Role:

Responsible for carrying out inspection, maintenance, repair and test of air and electrically operated tools, both customer owned and within the hire fleet.  Hand Arm Vibration testing of both ATR and customer owned equipment. Portable appliance testing of all electrically operated tools.

Main Tasks, Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Housekeeping
  • Disassembly of equipment
  • Individual component inspection
  • Service, repair & function test of Pipe Clamps
  • Service, repair & function test of basic air powered machines such as Cengar Saws and Needle Guns
  • Service, repair & assembly of air motors
  • Service, repair & function test of air powered Impact Wrenches
  • Service, repair & function test of more complex air powered machines such as Spitznas Saws, Mag Based Drills, and Turbine Angle Grinders
  • Able to competently use and understand the Portable Appliance Test machine
  • Basic service, repair & function test of electrically operated tools such as cable, plug and carbon brush replacement
  • In depth fault finding within electrically operated tools using appropriate test equipment
  • Inspect, service & function test Reactec Havmeter System
  • Qualified and competent to carry out self-supervised Hand Arm Vibration testing
  • Job Card Completion

The job holder may be required to carry out any other related or associated roles, tasks or duties, which they can be trained, instructed and supervised to do safely and according to changing business requirements.

Knowledge, Skills Aptitude, Training and Experience required:

Skills – mechanically minded; hands on

Knowledge – of all types of hand and powered tools, compressors, generators, etc.

Aptitude/Attitude – able work on own with minimum supervision; gets on with the job; efficient; open to new ideas and new ways of working

Training  - Fully Time served/apprenticeship in mechanical or technical skills

Experience – minimum 4 years of relevant experience including on the job training


Lifting Inspection Technician (Onshore) ATR Lifting Solutions Ltd ATR Lifting Solutions, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen

Job Title: Lifting Inspection Technician Onshore

Department: Inspection - Site

Reporting to: Inspection Suporvisor

Responsible for: No direct reports


Main Purpose of Role:

To carry out statutory thorough examinations on lifting equipment in accordance with relevant legislative standards, ATR procedures and client procedures where applicable. The most commonly used regulations are:  Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER) and The Merchant Shipping and Fishing Vessels (Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment) Regulations 2006, other regulation may apply depending on the geographical location.

Main Tasks, Duties and Responsibilities:

  • To carry out statutory thorough examinations on lifting equipment in accordance with relevant legislative standards, ATR procedures and client procedures where applicable
  • To report on the condition of all inspected items using the ATR lifting database in a clear and concise manner, ensuring all details are correct
  • To formally report all defects found in a timely manner at the end of each shift or where the defect poses an immediate danger report immediately verbally then formally
  • Carry out load testing when required
  • Carry out NDT when required (if trained to do so)
  • Only carry out inspections, and testing of equipment within assigned competencies
  • Carry out all duties in a safe and professional manner
  • Carry out on site risk assessments prior to commencing work
  • Ensure all required permits are in place before commencing work
  • Ensure worksite is kept in a safe condition and left in a tidy at the end of each shift
  • Attend safety meetings/workshops as required by your manager or the client
  • Attend pre job briefings and debriefings as required by your manager or the client
  • Attend training course/workshops as required by your manager or the client
  • Carry out work at clients’ site where required  and follow all reasonable safety and behavioural requirements of that site
  • Report any safety issues/incidents, conflicts or major defects found on critical equipment to your line manager as soon as possible

Skills, Knowledge, Aptitude, Training and Experience Required:

  • LEEA certificates/training are essential
  • Ability to go the extra mile when needed; working on your own
  • Mechanical aptitude and previous experience in a similar role is required
  • Level II (PCN or ASNT) required in Magnetic Particle Inspection/Liquid Penetrant Inspection
  • Knowledge & understanding of LOLER Regulations and LEEA Guidelines
  • Must be able to deal with customer personnel politely and in professional manner