Continuous Improvement Engineer

Location Worksop
Job Type Permanent
Salary £42000 - 45000 per year Overtime + Progression + Training
Contact Adam Waite
Call 07787 289 281
Reference AW/WOR

Continuous improvement Engineer (Days) 

Salary – £42,000- £45,000

Shifts – Monday to Friday (days 40 hours)

Location: Worksop

Benefits- 24 + 8 Days holiday, Contribution pension, Various additional benefit

The Company

A fantastic opportunity has presented itself for a Continuous improvement Engineer to work for a leading plastic company. They need someone to join their team and continue the growth within the business helping them to tackle the heavy investment of over 14 million. The business are very cash rich and now on a journey to modernise there maintenance. As a business they cover the whole of the UK with over 70 sites! The company are very successful in their market, offering excellent employee benefits, fantastic training, and a great culture to work within.

The Role

Your day to day responsibilities as a Continuous improvement Engineer will include:

  • Working on Compressors, Granulators, shredders, Mobile plant equipment, sorting machines, and sheers
  • Lots of projects to get your teeth stuck in to with New Project and CI work
  • Fault finding electrically working with Three phase, Sensors, contractor, relays
  • Mechanically work on bearing, belts, shafts, gearboxes and Hydraulics
  • Working as a team and on your own

The Ideal Candidate for Continuous improvement Engineer

  • Engineering experience
  • Experience using CI theories and improvement of sites.
  • Electrical or Mechanical Qualification
  • Able to work autonomously and independently
  • Worked in an industrial environment

Benefits as a Continuous improvement Engineer

  • Opportunity to put your stamp on the maintenance department
  • Days- Monday to Friday (days 40 hours)
  • Flexible working hours
  • Fantastic Package!

ATA is committed to creating a diverse workforce and is an equal opportunities employer. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of age, disability, gender, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, and sexual orientation