If you are looking for a role as a Construction Plant Mechanic then you will be experienced and qualified in maintaining and repairing plant machinery on a building site or for a building company. You will need to make sure that the machinery is in good working order and that whoever is hiring or using the equipment that they can use it as they need to. You may also operate on site at a building site to get equipment up and running again on site.
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This career suitable for those who are in love working with machines and interested in learning how they work. You would usually work in a construction site and your main job would be making sure all the machinery works as they supposed to.
If you are a learner and working as a trainee then your salary would be around £12,000 a year. Fully qualified and experienced mechanics can earn between £15,000 and £25,000 a year. Mechanic with management skills and responsibilities can earn even higher salaries.
If you want to be a Construction Plant Mechanic then you should follow the main way which applying for an Apprenticeship.
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If you are ready for applying for the role of Construction plant mechanic then please see the below covering letter which you can use as an example:
Construction Plant Mechanic Cover Letter
Mr. A. Employee
1, My House
Mrs. A. Manager
The Construction Company
Application for the role of Construction Plant Mechanic
I would like to apply for the role of Construction Plant Mechanic which I have seen advertised in (where) and (when).
I have been fixing plant machinery for (how many years) and I am now seeking a new challenge and the opportunity to work on different equipment and to learn new machinery inside and out. I have been used to working on (name the type of machinery).
I am a very logical thinker and can solve problems easily which is like fixing some plant equipment. I am a very hands on person and never leave a job undone unless I am waiting for specific parts to arrive. I work very unusual hours sometimes to ensure that a site is not let down by its equipment and I am dedicated to my work and to improving my skills as new machinery is built.
I have enclosed my CV which details the plant machinery and equipment that I have been working on. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Thank you for taking the time to read my letter and CV, I look forward to hearing from you in due course.