Maintenance Engineer (Electrical Bias)

Recruiter
Anonymous
Location
Spalding
Salary
Competitive
Posted
13 Jun 2019
Closes
11 Jul 2019
Sectors
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Our client is a leading, multisite food manufacturing business supplying a broad range of products to most of the major UK retailers. Due to continued growth, they're now looking for an electrically biased engineer to join their maintenance team and play a key role in driving performance and improving reliability.

Role Overview:

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Reporting to the Maintenance Manager, you will be part of a team responsible for planned/reactive maintenance across a fast paced food production site, working to ensure a high level of service is provided to the business at all times.

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You will undertake PPM tasks, respond to breakdowns and also who collaboratively with colleagues in engineering and production on CI projects to improve overall performance and reduce downtime.

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Shift Pattern - 4 on/off (4 days/4nights)

What sort of people are we looking for?

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You will be apprentice trained, electrically biased engineer (ideally HNC or above) with prior experience of working in maintenance roles in the food and drinks industry..

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You will have experience of a number of modern manufacturing techniques and continuous improvement methodologies (eg, 5S, SMED, TPM).

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Proactive in your approach, you will be somebody who enjoys looking for new, improved ways of working and is prepared to challenge the status quo in order to deliver improvements.

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Experience of fault finding using PLC's would be an advantage.

TALENTi: Our Food, Drink & FMCG consultancy is well respected for the high-quality delivery of assignments we have worked. Our in-depth knowledge of bespoke and specialist recruitment in these areas enables us to provide advice based on experience and to give you the best access to client vacancies.

To apply for the role, please send your CV to TALENTi Food, Drink & FMCG quoting ref #(phone number removed) in the subject using the 'Apply Now' button. If you would like to have a confidential discussion on the role, you can contact Ian Murphy on (phone number removed).

Please note, we endeavour to inform you if you have been successful or not within 14 days. However due to high numbers of applications for each role; if you do not hear from us within this timeframe then sadly your application has been unsuccessful

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