Extensive overtime on offer.
Some flexibility around shifts (for appointments, dropping kids to school etc.)
Free on-site parking
Learning and development opportunities.
Career progression opportunities
Your new role as a Maintenance Engineer;
Work alongside production colleagues to optimise machine and process set up and control system configurations so as to achieve maximum yield and process control performance.
Provide effective problem solving, fault diagnosis and repairs, responding timely and proactively to plant and equipment faults.
Assist with training and development of key operators to run machinery safely and efficiently.
Through structured continuous improvement devise initiatives to increase efficiencies and reduce costs and implement engineering projects as appropriate
Support the installation and commissioning of new plant and equipment.
Adhere to the company's health, safety, environmental and personal standards policies.
Ensure accurate and full record keeping of all work is carried out and appropriate handovers are completed.
Care for tools and equipment provided, ensuring that on completion of a task that equipment and/or work area is left in a clean and safe condition.
Work as part of an inter-dependent production and engineering team with flexibility to take on all other reasonable tasks, including line leadership in the absence of a production manager and availability for emergency breakdown cover.
What you will need to succeed as a Maintenance Engineer;
Engineering apprenticeship/training programme with a recognised qualification.
3+ years relevant experience in providing technical support to high speed packing equipment.
Experience in fault diagnosis and troubleshooting.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills; able to present information, status and issues in a clear and concise manner with the goal of driving to a decision.
Contact Warren Watson to discuss this in absolute confidence by sending an updated CV via the link on the page.