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Multiskilled Maintenance Engineer (Electrical)




4 on 4 off

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

Maintenance Engineer Duties:

• Daily preventative maintenance activities, and routine safety inspections.

• Fault finding and diagnostics in reactive breakdown or planned situations.

• Planned preventative maintenance on a variety of production machinery to include conveyors, packaging machinery and Ancillary test equipment.

• Maintenance of Site services, Materials Handling systems, and Vacuum supply Equipment.

• Repairs and Installation to electrical apparatus inclusive of PLC's, HMI's, Motor Drives, Temperature Controllers, and heating circuits.

• Ensure all breakdowns are dealt with promptly and efficiently whilst ensuring that all PPM schedules are maintained.

• Support project development and continuous improvements objectives.

• Provide detailed reports for all work completed within the computerised maintenance management system.

• Following stringent HSE, and company standard practices.

• Fully engage within the operations team to provide proactive support to the plant and equipment, maximising production output.

• Electro-mechanical and PLC fault-finding

• Practice continuous improvement and pro-activeness for improved ways of working offering possible solutions to problems

Maintenance Engineer Requirements:

• Flexible, highly motivated and driven with the ability to prioritise own workload, possess strong intellect, good logical fault-finding analysis capabilities and who can demonstrate the ability to make decisions and empower people to drive actions forward. Results orientated, with ability to deliver results in a rapidly changing environment. Excellent attention to detail is a must

• Possess excellent communication, organisational and interpersonal skills, and be a confident Team Player

• Electrically competent with a strong mechanical awareness, inclusive of Hydraulic and pneumatic fault finding. Experience working with control panels - contactors, motors, starters, inverters and PLC systems. The ability to analyse control panels, wiring diagrams and carry out fault finding

• Experience of working in a production maintenance environment is essential for this role

• The Electrically biased maintenance Engineer ideally will have a time served apprenticeship (or equivalent) and hold a minimum of ONC in a related discipline (or equivalent)

• Extensive fault finding/diagnostic experience

• Proactive and dynamic approach to health, safety and environmental situations.

• Be ambitious, driven and tenacious with the hunger to succeed and deliver results





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