£36k + Overtime + Benefits
Permanent – Shifts
I am currently looking for an electrically biased Maintenance Engineer for a high-volume production department with qualifications in Engineering with proven ability to work with electrical, mechanical and pneumatic equipment.
Key Responsibilities include: -
- Proactive, planned-preventative maintenance to ensure our existing equipment is able to meet capacity demand and efficiency targets.
- Reactive maintenance to ensure minimal machine downtime.
- Identifying and delivering against opportunities to implement changes and continuous improvement projects to maximise plant efficiencies.
- Assisting with the introduction of new equipment to a market-leading production facility as part of our continued drive for innovation.
- Continuous professional development through industry specific training.
You will be an experienced Multi-Skilled Maintenance Engineer with a strong electrical bias. Evidence of this electrical bias will include the following:
- Ability to install and programme an invertor on a three-phase induction motor
- Ability to read and fault find on an electrical system
You will be able to fault find on PLC’s, including the ability to change ladder logic - PLC’s predominantly used on site include Allen Bradley and Mitsubishi. You will also have good knowledge of hydraulics and pneumatics, with strong diagnostic skills and be proactive in your approach
Ideally you will have worked with switchgears, controllers, PLC’s and CNC controlled circuits, and / or hoists
You will hold a City and Guilds Certificate in Electrical / Mechanical Engineering, or a BTEC in Electrical Engineering, and be qualified to 17th / 18th Edition
If you would like to apply, then please send through a copy of your most up-to-date CV, together with a relevant cover-letter and reference 4786996/MSMERCLNK27O2, to firstname.lastname@example.org