DENSO is the world’s largest global supplier of advanced automotive technology, systems and components. Employing around 168,000 associates worldwide, DENSO continues to experience impressive growth, driven by its desire to develop world first technology and lead the market with best in class production quality. DENSO’s impressive track record has been achieved with minimal impact on society and the environment.
DENSO Marston is a leading name in the design and manufacture of high performance heat exchange units and cooling modules. The company is a prominent global supplier to OEMs in the off highway construction, agricultural and engine power markets. The company has full research, design, development and manufacturing facilities on site to drive its product development.
What you'll do
This role requires excellent electrical maintenance skills. The ideal candidate will be a strong team player and have a confident, resilient personality to support our busy Facilities Department. This role will involve the implementation of continuous improvement activities, PM and reactive maintenance work. Supporting the Company’s infrastructure and manufacturing machinery, ensuring the Company is able to produce quality products in a safe and timely manner. High engineering standards and a keen eye are essential.
Carrying out routine scheduled maintenance work and responding to equipment faults;
Repair electrical systems to ensure they are consistent with Health and Safety standards;
Some mechanical experience preferred but not essential;
Fitting new parts and making sure equipment is working correctly;
Carrying out quality inspections on jobs;
Liaising with client departments, customers alongside other engineering and production associates;
Arranging specialist procurement of fixtures, fittings or components;
Managing sub-contractors on site, ensure safe working systems.
Maintain fixed wiring testing defect rectification;
Controlling maintenance tools, stores and equipment;
Dealing with emergencies, unplanned problems and repairs;
Coordinating projects including equipment replacement, machine moves and installations and small-scale construction projects (on-site training and coaching provided).
What you'll need
Team working skills to work cooperatively and liaise with people at all levels;
Good diagnostic and problem-solving skills;
Knowledge of maintenance policies, procedures, and terms with an emphasis on Health and Safety requirements
Strong project management with an emphasis to improve reliability.
Ability to undertake a high level of activity under a variety of conditions and constraints.
Knowledge of appropriate office software applications.
Good organisational and time management skills.
An understanding of engineering drawings and principles.
Recognised engineering apprenticeship, together with at least 2 years' experience in a facilities or maintenance role. Newly qualified apprentices and Ex Forces applicants will be considered
Minimum ONC or City & Guilds level 3 or equivalent (Technical Certificate, etc.)
Time served apprenticeship
18th Edition, IPAF and Testing and Inspection preferred but not essential
What you'll get
Where you'll go
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