Multi skilled Maintenance Engineer – £32,500 PA, Permanent Days
Multi Skilled Maintenance Engineer
Dayshift – 4 on 4 off
Benefits: generous overtime available at £15.50p/h, flexible holiday, pension, training.
Our client specialises in the farming, packaging and distribution of various vegetable products, as well as, ready to cook meals. With various sites throughout the UK, this multimillion-pound business and handles a huge variety of vegetables.
The business was founded over 110 years ago supplying vegetables to various markets, but through natural growth and acquisition they have become one the leading business in the UK market.
The company are also very keen on developing their staff and have recently sent their current engineering teams away on coursing for new bespoke machinery and to help fill gaps in the team. They are also upgrading their current plant by installing brand new automated equipment.
The business currently has need of a Multiskilled Maintenance Engineer to join their established team. The department is running very reactivity now so this would be a great role for someone who likes working on breakdowns and exploring reasons behind issues. There is also a successful PPM system in place which generally takes place while production is no running.
The Multiskilled Maintenance Engineers would also be required to fault finding using a multi-meter against engineering drawings. Lines include washers, multi-head weighers, pumps, filters, belt conveyors, baggers, flow wrappers and pallet wrappers.
The role is roughly 50% mechanical and 50% electrical. Although all the lines are PLC controlled, the Multiskilled Maintenance Engineers would not need to go into the code and make any adjusts as they have outside contractors come in regularly. It would be ideal if you have experience working with either, Siemens, Allen Bradley and Mitsubishi.
- Working experience as a Multiskilled Maintenance Engineer.
- Must be able to fault find on Mechanical and electrical systems.
- Must be able to read electrical drawings and fault find on PLC systems.
- Must hold at least a Level 2 electrical or mechanical qualification (City & Guilds or higher).