Role: Maintenance Engineer
Shift: 4 on 4 off days + nights
Salary: £49,000 + O.T. 1.5
Do you want to work with the latest state-of-the-art technology for one of the world’s biggest waste-to-energy companies?
Our client is a surging waste-to-energy management company with over 5,000 employees with multiple sites spanning across the UK. Producing an annual turnover of just under £1 billion and securing placement on the London Stock Exchange, our client specialises in reviving and transforming common waste into reusable material. The company has put eight million tonnes of material back into reuse each year using the latest technology and highly automated equipment.
As a Maintenance Engineer, your responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Working on shredders, cranes, optical sorting machines, magnets, conveyors, balers etc.
- Conducting reactive and PPM maintenance
- Fault finding on electrical components such as sensors, relays, contactors, three phase motors etc.
- Working mechanically on bearing, belts, pulleys, pumps, seals, rollers, shafts, hydraulics and pneumatics
The ideal Maintenance Engineer will have the following:
- A recognised engineering qualification
- A keen interest in handling continuous improvement within a fast-paced environment
- A willingness to work with autonomy, but also as part of a team on large-scale projects
- Proven experience in working with mechanical or electrical components
The company also discloses numerous benefits for the role of Maintenance Engineer which include:
- A competitive salary with 1.5x overtime to maximise your earnings!
- 31 shifts annual leave entitlement
- The opportunity to own shares in a fast-growing company on the London Stock Exchange (Sharesave Scheme)
- Dedicated mechanical and electrical engineering training from day one
- Exclusive access to a wellbeing and rewards platform from your very first day
- 6% pension company contribution
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