Job location(s): Wolverhampton (WV9 5EU)
Cargill’s European poultry business is a leading supplier of food products to retail, foods service and food manufacturing customers in both European and global markets. By combining global market knowledge and experience with local market understanding and insight, Cargill’s European poultry business is committed to expanding its business and markets through innovation, and by creating real customer and consumer value in its products and services.
The Reliability Engineer will be a key member of the Engineering team, responsible for driving equipment reliability through the utilization of engineering excellence and continuous improvement techniques, whilst ensuring the team and equipment operate in a safe manner.
Deployment of Lean Manufacturing and Reliability Engineering techniques
Coaching the Engineering team in Lean Manufacturing tools and techniques
Daily operation activities include but are not limited to; Development of Predictive Maintenance Tasks with measures of asset performance, technical upskilling of the reliability engineering teams, maintenance contract management, understanding with operations, technical, safety and project teams to minimize losses and downtime
Development of Predictive Maintenance schedules in SAP with the appropriate supporting metrics
Identify and implement small CAPEX projects to reduce plant losses and inefficiencies
Ensure personnel safety at all times through full training, promoting a culture of ‘zero harm’ and in the event of any incidents, collaborating with EHS to complete any investigations
Ensure an engaged and motivated team though; regular performance reviews and coaching, training and engagement
Management of ext
ernal contractors including; risk assessment reviews, method statements, tool box talks
An Engineering qualification to degree, HND or City & Guilds level or equivalent
Mechanical or Electrical Engineering experience in different environments
Engineering Food Processing Expertise
Motors and Controls fault finding expertise
PUWER trained, safety systems expertise in electrical guarding circuits and or mechanical guarding standards
Able to work safely at all times – IOSH/ NEBOSH would be preferred
Experience around compliance, i.e. LOLER/ Legionella
Food safety, hygienic design & maintaining food hygiene engineering practices
Working within a Lean Manufacturing or TPM environment – a formal accreditation would be useful
Experience setting up/modifying or refining CMMS/PPM/ Maintenance systems
Predictive maintenance experience i.e. thermography, vibration analysis
Experience managing a small engineering team would be preferred
Strong prioritization and decision making experience
Good communication at all levels
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.
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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.
Maintenance and Reliability