Senior Camp Operative

Job Title: Senior Camp Operative
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Liverpool, Merseyside
Salary: Up to £19531 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: 959195_1552560330
Contact Name: Angela Wade
Contact Email:
Job Published: March 14, 2019 10:45

Job Description

We are delighted to be supporting with this new permanent job opportunity and I am looking forward to speaking with candidates whom have the relevant experience

In your new role you will take on the position of a Senior Camp Operative, mainly responsible for Ranges, Training areas and support across Accommodation, welfare facilities and offices, maintenance and logistics
You may be required to take additional responsibilities during the Quartermasters periods of absence

Flexibility is required for such a post, working 5 days out of 7 days, any additional hours will be rewarded with a day in lieu

You must be able to drive all camp vehicles, Range safety vehicles, Tractors and FLT's

You will be required to attend and pass the Range Safety Officers course prior to engagement, a weeks course in Wales, Itinerary can be provided

The main purpose of the role is to provide and Co-ordinate the efficient running, operation and upkeep of all ranges using MOD Range Action Safety Plans and Range Danger Area traces as necessary.
Maintain an up to date knowledge on all aspects of range work to include:

Range practices.
Safety, danger areas and templates.
Use of electric range including SARTS.

Co-ordinate the manufacture, repair and servicing of all targets and equipment and the fitting of target veneers. Responsible for the man handling of target mechanisms, and the management of this equipment sufficient to maintain all items in a working and serviceable condition.

Be responsible for the replacement of range targets when required, ensuring all equipment is maintained in a working and serviceable condition.

Supervise the maintenance of range butts, revetments and firing points under direction of the Range Liaison Officer (RLO).

Camp Duties:

Co-ordinate and supervise Zone 1 and Zone 2 industrial staff and be responsible for issuing daily duties.

Ensure familiarity with the requirements of ammunition storage and be fully conversant with JSP 445, ammunition explosives regulations.

Take responsibility for the control of the armoury, ensuring all current legislation laid down by MI Sect and Camp Standing Orders is adhered to.

Carry out a weekly check by registered number of weapons held in safe custody, including the Camp shotguns.

Co-ordinate and supervise the 'march in and 'march out' of accommodation, paying particular attention to keys, accommodation stores, damages and cleanliness of buildings. Report any damage to the QM.

Supervise the control - issue & receipt of all laundry and bedding.

Ensure the maintenance of all vehicles, equipment, apparatus and stores allocated. Note that any training required will be provided.

Ensure weekly checks of all fire equipment are carried out throughout the training camp in accordance with the Camp Fire Register. Report any deficiencies or damaged equipment.

Ensure that a high standard of cleanliness is maintained across the Training Camp.

Supervise repairs to fences and signs.

Supervise the maintenance of all grassed areas, including cutting and ditching. Ensure all vehicles and machinery is cleaned and maintained on completion.

Co-ordinate painting projects as directed by Line Managers.

Co-ordinate the movement of stores and equipment around the site.

Supervise any tree planting and ensure the upkeep of the sites woodland areas.

Ensure that any minor repairs to camp property is carried out safely and in accordance with safety protocols.

Supervise any cleaning of roads and verges.

Other Features:

Knowledge and understanding of responsibilities under current Health and Safety Legislation.
Must be prepared to carry out any other duty on the estate that is within the grade of Zone 3 as directed by Commandant, QM or RLO.
Must be familiar with material regulations relating to stores and the control of stores for issuing to workforce/customers.
Should have had experience of dealing with contractors.
This job description should be read and discussed with the line manager each year during the annual Performance Development Report (PDR) process.

To be considered for this exciting role of Camp Operative, you must be able to demonstrate a broad knowledge of Range activities, MOD Ranges. A broad knowledge of Health & Safety

Omega Resource Group Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.