Workshop Administrator

Full time in Workshop

Job Detail

  • Salary £24,000

Job Description

We are seeking a proactive and detail-oriented Workshop Administrator to join our dynamic team. As a Workshop Administrator, you will play a pivotal role in ensuring the smooth operation of our engineering projects by coordinating activities, maintaining documentation, and providing essential administrative support.

The main responsibilities:

  • Schedule and coordinate engineering activities
  • Organise and maintain engineering documentation, including technical specifications, test reports, and certification documents
  • Composing Email updates to customer & internal chases / escalations
  • Analyse reports generated from engineering activities.
  • Ensure that data input into relevant systems is accurate and up-to-date.
  • Carrying out reasonable adhoc duties as requested by your line

Company Information
Who are we?

Millers Vanguard are proud to have been supporting all the UK’s Supermarket chains for over 40 years, in brief, we are the people in the background ensuring that supermarkets keep the Nation fed! Maintaining a wide and varied range of assets from food production equipment through to loading bay lifts.

We do all of this with the firm foundations of being owned by the global Ali Group, whose turnover is in excess of £4 billion p.a.

Our people
Despite being a large operation here at Millers Vanguard we still firmly believe in running the business like we have done for the last 40 years, by valuing our biggest asset we have YOU…the employee.

Our team of over 500 employees have the advantage of working in state-of-the-art working environments: –

  • New (2021) Technical response centre
  • Award Winning research, Innovation, and recycling facility
  • Industry leading vehicle fleet

We believe in providing you with the very best environment and tools to do the job.

Our ideal candidate:

  • Previous experience in an administrative role, preferably in an engineering or technical environment.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook) and other relevant software applications.
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills, with the ability to prioritise tasks effectively.
  • Strong attention to detail and accuracy in data entry and documentation management.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively, demonstrating initiative and problem-solving skills.

Why join us?

  • Training in our City & Guilds accredited academy
  • Job Specific Uniform & tooling for all roles
  • Company wide fun days and charity events
  • Company Pension
  • 32 Holidays per year
  • Regular staff ‘treats’ for employees and their families.

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