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91 Jessie Street Glasgow, G42 0PG
£31,408.79 - £35,242.72 per year
Contract Type:
Position Type:
Full Time
37 hours per week

Job Description

An opportunity has arisen within Neighbourhoods, Regeneration and Sustainability for a Coach Builder to join our Fleet Maintenance team on a permanent basis.

NRS brings together a diverse range of Glasgow City Council operational, technical and development services that focus on sustainable transport, place making and delivering essential city services.

If you’re interested in working within a service that touches on all aspects within the city, please read on.

Position Details

The role involves having the responsibility for the repair of the bodywork of vehicles using various metalwork techniques to remove dents, repair rusted sections, and fixing panels together, with a requirement to finish the bodywork in a way that matches the rest of the vehicle.

The role also involves drilling, cutting, riveting, bolting and screwing components and parts including steel, aluminium, plastics, GRP and wood materials using hand tools and basic cutting machinery to modify and alter the vehicles and parts.

A detailed summary of the role is noted within the Person Specification document.

Please note that it is an essential requirement of the role that applicants are fully qualified as a Panel Beater or Coach Builder, and has a recognised apprenticeship to C&G, Scotvec, or equivalent level.

Further details regarding what this role entails are noted within the Role Profile for the post, whilst the Person Specification document confirms the key competencies you are required to demonstrate in your application.

Contract Details

Weekly Hours: 37 hours per week

Work Pattern: The work pattern for the role is Monday – Friday and includes a mix of dayshifts (8am – 4:30pm Monday – Thursday and 8am – 1:30pm on a Friday) and backshifts (1pm – 9:30pm Monday – Thursday and 12noon – 5:30pm on a Friday).

Annual Salary: £28,529.79 - £32,363.72 on an incremental scale

Additional Payments: In addition to the annual salary the role attracts a non-standard work pattern/hours (NSWPH) payment of £2,018 and a working context & demand (WCD) payment of £861.

Benefits of working with us

Glasgow City Council employees have access to a wide-ranging and generous benefits package. If you’re successful in your job application, you’ll have access to these benefits which include:

  • 26 days (182 hours) paid annual leave, rising to 29 days (203) hours after 5 years’ service
  • 5 days (87.5 hours) paid public holidays each year
  • Local government pension scheme
  • Life and Personal Accident Insurance
  • Occupational Sickness Pay
  • Staff Benefit Scheme
  • Glasgow Credit Union

For guidance on completing your application, and to view other benefits on offer for employees of Glasgow City Council, please visit the following link:

Please note this is a re advertisement and previous applicants should not re-apply.

Application Packs

Alternative Application Packs can be requested in other formats for example, Large Print, Braille, Audio and other languages. To request an alternative Application Pack please phone 0141 287 1054. Packs will be posted out to you within 3 working days of receiving your telephone request. Please note the closing date of the job advert to ensure that you give yourself plenty of time to complete your application form and return it to us.

Further information

For further information about working for us please refer to our website Working for us

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