Job location: Manchester, (M17 1PA)
Cargill’s starches & sweeteners plant in Manchester is a production facility at the hub of the UK food and beverage industry. The plant and offices are part of the Cargill’s food ingredients & applications business and produces sweeteners and wheat proteins for food customers. These include customers in the confectionery, brewing, beverage, dairy and bakery sectors.
This position is an excellent opportunity for an emerging Electrical & Instrumentation (E&I) Engineer to join an experienced Maintenance and Engineering team with responsibilities across the Manchester site. This will be a varied position working on both individual projects (for example HV Switching or programme writing) and as a tag to large projects (for example we are about to redesign and upgrade our HV Electrical network across the site). You will also support Maintenance & Reliability activities to sustain a reliability excellence culture and maintain the operational level of the installed base.
The successful candidate will be involved in an on-going training and development plan resulting in certified qualifications and the opportunity to develop a career with a global manufacturing business.
Development and implementation of the Electrical part for new CAPEX projects through assisting with feasibility studies, ‘as is’ assessment and functional requirements
Improve Maintenance & Reliability and execute functional improvements through the implementation of best practices and execute changes according to documented management of change process
Manage and maintain operational level of the installed base through technical support for troubleshooting, predictive and preventative maintenance and call out support
Close collaboration with Plant IT/Automation organization
University Bachelor/ Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering (Electrical & Control Engineering)
Preferably some operational experience (i.e. Student Placement) – up to 2/3 years work experience
Fluent in English (verbal & written) with excellent communication skills
Knowledge of related IT systems (e.g. DCS systems)
Demonstrated natural leadership ability
Self-starter; highly motivated and able to work independently
Teamwork; ability to work in a multi-cultural and cross-functional team with a global mindset
Fast learning and self-development: curiosity to learn
High energy levels. Action oriented. Willingness to take responsibility, accountability and initiative
Able to proactively identify and resolve problems
Proven experience in prioritizing work and meeting deadlines
Creativity and innovative approach in building and/or improving systems and processes
In return for your expertise and commitment, we will provide a fast-paced stimulating environment, which will stretch your abilities and channel your talents. We also offer competitive salary and benefits combined with outstanding career development opportunities in one of the largest private companies in the world.
Cargill is committed to being an inclusive employer. Click here to find out more https://www.cargill.com/careers/global-inclusion-and-diversity
Our usual recruitment process is as follows; candidates meeting the criteria will be invited to a telephone interview with a member of the Talent Acquisition team. If this is successful you will be invited to a further interview with the Hiring Manager and members of the hiring team. For some of our positions a final interview will also be needed.
Primary Location United Kingdom-ENG-Manchester
Job Type Standard
Shift Day Job