About the job

Electrical Maintenance Technician


4 on 6 off



My Client who is a leading manufacturer within their field is seeking an experience Electrical Maintenance Engineer to join their team.


The Role:

You will be responsible for defined planned, preventative, and reactive maintenance on machinery.

What You Will Do

  • Working to KPIs that are based on ‘fix-it-for-good’ mentality.  
  • Supporting and coaching colleagues in handling technical issues.
  • Ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all personnel within the area of influence.
  • Participating in the development and implementation of condition-based maintenance programs
  • You will also have experience of PLC’s Siemens controlled equipment, invertor drives and the ability to work as part a team of and/or autonomously as required.

Electrical Maintenance Engineer Requirements:

Who You Are

  • Proven Electrical, Mechanical experience and instrumentation preferable in a manufacturing and process environment.
  • Completed a recognised electrical engineering apprenticeship preferably with a City & Guilds or equivalent NVQ qualification.
  • Proven experience in maintaining complex automated manufacturing systems and equipment.
  • Excellent trouble shooting skill, able to plan and work to tight timelines while managing several tasks.
  • Proven fault-finding skills.
  • Knowledge of process instrumentation
  • Knowledge of pneumatic/hydraulic components
  • High Voltage experience




The Company:

  • Annual Bonus
  • 10% pension contribution
  • Medical Scheme





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