Days Based Maintenance Engineer
Mon- Fri – 37.5 hours a week.
Circa £45,467 per annum plus excellent companywide benefits
We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Maintenance Engineer, to join our team based at our Nestlé Waters site in Buxton.
Nestlé Waters is the world leader in the bottled water market and we’re committed to bottling the very best waters from the source and straight to our customers via the most advanced and sustainable techniques currently employed.
We have a genuine passion for healthy hydration, a fabulous portfolio of brands, a clear strategy and a determination to win in the marketplace of both consumers and customers.
During 2012, we’ve developed a state-of-the-art production facility in Buxton and we have centred there our ensuring supply operations. This is a pivotal role to lead the Health & Safety culture, not only within the factory and supply chain, also covering the Market Head Office in Gatwick. Manufacturing in Nestlé is all about ensuring the consumer receives a perfect quality product, at the right time and place whilst driving losses from our business in order to maximise efficiency & productivity.
A day in the life of a Maintenance Engineer
As a Maintenance Engineer you will be responsible for specialising in factory machinery.
Other responsibilities will include:
- Been responsible for the creation of planned and predictive maintenance plans.
- Support Breakdowns and participate in line improvements across the factory, as you become the Subject Matter Expert for your selected area.
- Adhere to all Good Manufacturing Practice standards in respect of plant, tools and environment.
- Support and challenge your colleagues to maintain all company standards.
- Ensure compliance with the Nestlé quality policy particularly engineering change management and line release.
- Recording of breakdowns, root cause analysis and taking ownership of follow up actions.
- Supporting Root Cause Analysis practices and projects.
- Supporting the Capability Build of both the Shift Technicians and the Apprentice Technicians
What will make you successful
The person that is successful in this role will be driven to drive improvement across production. This opportunity provides development individually and as part of a highly skilled team.
Other experiences and attributes would include:
- Qualified to NVQ level 3/City & Guilds with Electrical/Mechanical Bias or equivalent.
- Desirable experience working with blow moulding equipment and compressed air
- Ability to influence by having strong inter person skills.
- Ideally you will have a bottling background and familiar within a packer/capper environment.
- Naturally able to lead, challenge and build capability.
- Ability to communicate across all levels and work on own initiative.
- Manage and prioritise workload in a fast paced environment.
- Strong understanding of problem solving methodology such as DMAIC, RCA.
- PLC’s, Siemens desirable
What you need to know
What can we offer in return? Great benefits you’d expect from a business the size of CPW – in the shape of a competitive salary and benefits package, bonus scheme, flexible working scheme, 25 days holiday plus statutory holidays plus flex leave, pension scheme and a real focus on personal development and growth.
The closing date for this role is Friday 6th August 2021.
We will be considering candidates as they apply and we will occasionally close job advertisements early in the event we receive sufficient applicants, so please don’t delay in submitting your application.
At Nestlé, our values are rooted in respect – for our employees, our customers and our consumers. That’s why championing diversity and inclusion is so important to us; when we embrace different perspectives and give everyone the chance to be the best they can be, we can think in new, creative ways that grow and enhance our business. We are committed to equal opportunity for all and we may collect relevant data for monitoring purposes during our candidate registration process. Be yourself, everyone else is taken!
Right to work in the UK
In accordance with Home Office guidance successful candidates will be required to evidence their right to work in the UK before commencement of employment. The successful candidate therefore must be able to demonstrate their right to work status for the UK during the recruitment process. We have assessed this role and it could be applicable for sponsorship under the Skilled Worker route. If you do not have the right to work in the UK and you are unable to gain this independently, we may be able to provide sponsorship under the Skilled Worker route in line with the Home office guidelines. We encourage you to review the UK Home Office guidelines ahead of submitting a job application to review whether you meet the eligibility criteria under the Skilled Worker route and understand the immigration fees that you would be responsible for when making a visa application. If you require sponsorship, please discuss this with us as part of the recruitment process.