Role: Mechanically-Biased Maintenance Engineer
Shift: Mon-Fri, Double Days
Salary: £40,000-£45,000, dependent upon experience
Are you the type of Maintenance Engineer who wants to work on a BRAND-NEW production line with the latest kit?
Do you appreciate personalised training to help develop your skillset to the max?!
Our client is one of the largest companies globally specialising in producing thermal materials for large commercial and domestic entities. This client boasts a yearly revenue turnover in the hundreds of millions, and employs hundreds of employees across 100+ sites worldwide. They have made a statement by investing £10 million in a brand-new production line with the latest state-of-the-art technology for you to be working with immediately!
As a Maintenance Engineer for this company, your responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Mechanical fault finding
- Working on conveyor systems, saws, robots, dying ovens etc.
- Confidently performing reactive and planned maintenance
- Test and replace mechanical components such as bearings, belts, rollers, sprockets etc.
- Fault find electrically with a multimeter etc.
- Previous COSHH experience is beneficial, though not essential
The ideal Maintenance Engineer will have the following:
- A relevant mechanical and/or electrical qualification
- Experience with working as part of a team
- A sound understanding of key mechanical components
The company also discloses numerous benefits for the role of Maintenance Engineer which include:
- 33 shifts of holiday
- A substantial contribution towards your pension
- Overtime paid at rates of 1.5 & 2.0
- The opportunity to be working on a brand-new production line in a growing industry with tonnes of investment
- Personalised on-the-job training and external training depending on where you feel you need development
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