Maintenance engineer, East Brigford
Circa. £35,000 + plenty of overtime available OTE 40K 10% pension, 33 days holiday.
Shifts – 3 shift pattern, early afternoons and nights – 8-hour shifts.
Training – This role will include fantastic external training, which will include, IOSH, hydraulics, Abrasive wheels, IPAF 3b 3a + more.
ATA is working with one of the UKs largest manufacturers who is looking for an experienced mechanical maintenance engineer to join their special purpose-built site in Nottinghamshire. The company, who turn over £350million per annum have over 20 manufacturing sites dotted throughout the UK, which are all specially built to house a unique, LEAN & efficient production processes specific to them. process. Due to their market sustaining am impressive period of growth, my client has grown as a business by £100 million over the last three years.
Growth has allowed them to acquire some of their competition and put in future plans to safeguard their business. These plans include building a brand-new supersite which will be the largest and most automated of its kind in Europe.
ATA has worked with the company for over 5 years and have placed over 40 engineers within the business. Engineers we have placed have commented on how well run the engineering function is within the company and how supportive the senior management team is.
About the role
With this role, as a maintenance engineer you will be tasked with keeping production running efficiently and at optimum performance. You will be responsible for working from the CMMS system to complete ppm’s, process work orders and to keep breakdown time to a minimum.
Mechanically you will be responsible for fault finding, component stripping and rebuilding, swapping like for like, ppm’s, breakdown cover and light fabrication.
You will be responsible for maintaining, conveyors, batching houses, over head cranes, gantry cranes
Further responsibilities include;
- Compliance and health and safety.
- Critical stock control.
- Working in conjunction with the groups LEAN and continuous improvement plans
As a maintenance engineer you should have experience within a similar field ideally from a manufacturing or automated background. As the role is mechanical biased, you should have strong mechanical fault-finding ability, be comfortable working on heavy plant machinery and have experience with welding and fabrication.
It is also beneficial for you to hold a recognised level 3 engineering qualification (NVQ, City & Guilds, HNC, HND)
This is a fantastic opportunity for any maintenance engineer that is looking to work within a stable environment, for a company that will keep on growing alongside a busy construction market. This is also a fantastic opportunity for an engineer to acquire a new range of skills with a put together training package that will help them flourish on site. You will be joining a company that has seen an impressive increase in their profit over the last 5 years which has allowed them to acquire some of their competition and build new sites.
If you think you are the right maintenance engineer for this market leader, please press apply, call Ashton on 07814905283 or email your CV too firstname.lastname@example.org
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