Groundcare Engineer

Founded in 1964 as one tractor dealership in Carlisle, Lloyd Ltd is now one of Britain’s leading distributors of a wide range of agricultural, construction and groundcare machinery and equipment, with eight branches across the North of England and South of Scotland. Covering every aspect of sales, service and parts, Lloyd Ltd represents many of the world’s leading manufacturers, including New Holland, Doosan, Manitou, Honda, Kubota, Toro, Amazone, Väderstad and many more.

From tractors to telehandlers, ride-on mowers to excavators, Lloyd Ltd has considerable experience and expertise in helping its customers identify the right equipment for the task at hand and ensuring it continues to perform to its best.

Due to continued growth, Lloyd Ltd now has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Groundcare Engineer to join the team at their Newcastle branch. Working on machinery from major brands such as Kubota, Toro, Wessex and many more.

The successful candidate will be a strong team player, able to operate on their own initiative and work to tight deadlines. They will also be an experienced engineer from a groundcare equipment servicing background with a history of repairs and tool sharpening work.

Full product training on our range of equipment and machinery will be given.

The hours of work will be Monday – Wednesday 8am – 4:30pm and Thursday – Friday 8am – 4pm.

For an opportunity to join this expanding company, please apply online. For an informal chat, please contact our Groundcare Service Manager, Glen McVittie on 07387 015 617 or at


How to Apply

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