Go-Ahead London

21LG048 - Vehicle Engineer (Nights) - Orpington

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Permanent Full-Time

Who are we

Go-Ahead London’s buses are on the Capital’s roads 24 hours a day. These vehicles are equipped with the latest technologies and innovations. We expect them to be maintained to the highest standards and ready to go into service at a moment’s notice.


We are now looking to recruit a Night Vehicle Engineer to be based at our Orpington depot and we are looking for someone who will strive to provide reliable and effective maintenance so we can ensure that we are able to deliver a reliable service that people can trust and which helps to  create a London where every journey is taken care of.


We are looking for a ‘can do’ individual who is open and approachable, is happy and comfortable working with a team but is able to be forward looking and both flexible and adaptable to the changing business demands.


Ideally you should be qualified to City & Guilds level 2 or NVQ level 2 or equivalent and have experience working on HGV or PCV vehicles. Additionally, applicants are required to hold a PCV licence. If the applicant does not hold a PCV licence training will be provided, and the successful candidate will be required to work nights (38 hours a week) including weekends and Bank Holidays as required.


The rate of pay for this post (GV14) is currently £761.42 per week.


We offer a range of benefits including a pension scheme, 25 days’ holiday and travel pass for London Buses and the Tube Network. 


Further information on this post is available from Luke Wood, Engineering Manager at the Orpington depot on 020 7819 5113.


If you wish to apply for this role, please apply using the link:


Applicants should clearly state any dates when they will not be available to attend an interview.


Closing date: Friday 25th June 2021


Go-Ahead London values diversity and promotes equality and we encourage and welcome applications from all sections of the community.


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