Maintenance Engineer - electrical bias
Salary - £35,000
Monday - Friday - 8am-4.30pm - permanent days
Benefits - pension, share buy option, training
My client is now looking for a Maintenance Engineer to join their site. They are a world leader within their industry, operating worldwide. They produce a niche product for prestigous customers
The business is in the process of recruiting for their site in Corby. Through immense backing from their customers last year they achieved a turnover in the multi-millions. To continue to compete at the top of their industry they continuously invest in their site and are looking to constantly improve their processes through project work.
As part of your induction you will be given full training and will shadow the engineers.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a global and work for a driven and motivated engineering manager.
As a Maintenance Engineer, you would be part of a team of Engineers, forming the first line of defence for any breakdowns that occur on your shift.
Equipment includes fully injection molding machines, vauum machines, ovens, lift systems, grinding machines and packaging machienery. The vast majority of the breakdowns would electrical in nature, with most of the electrical faults being linked to damaged sensors, switches, 3 phase, switches which can be changed like for like.
How to Apply
The client is holding interviews from Monday the 6th of March, so just click to apply to have your application considered. So long as you have a hands-on engineering background, you will be considered. No specific qualifications are necessary, but you must be able to demonstrate a good understanding of Mechanical systems.
All candidates will need to complete a technical screening interview, with the final stage being an onsite interview and site tour.
Am I Right?
To be successful in your application you must have the following skills, abilities or qualifications:
- Electrical qualification.
- A want to learn.
- Can-do attitude.