Maintenance Engineer, £42300, Kirton, 4 on 4 off Days and Nights
Package & benefits – 10% company pension, fantastic share saver scheme, generous holiday allowance, career progression opportunities, extra qualifications, excellent training which can include the use of onsite PLC training bay.
About the client
ATA are supporting a multisite manufacturing group at their well-established site in the North Nottinghamshire region. The group who has a 35% foothold within their market are a giant within the industry and have been going form strength to strength since their inception in the 60s, now turning over north of £300 million. The company employ over 2000 staff across the country and boast a portfolio of manufactured goods second to none. These goods are some of UKs most recognisable brands of which have become a staple part of the British construction market. This particular site is an extremely important cog in the company wheel & produces just shy of 100 million units every year, making it one of the most profitable sites within the group. They’re now looking for a maintenance engineer of an electrical bias to join their team.
About the role
This is a hands-on role which will involve the stripping and rebuilding of automated machinery. You will be responsible for completing PPM, attending to breakdowns and you will be involved in installation and project work. Although being heavy industrial, this is also a very automated environment which will require you to complete maintenance PLC controlled equipment including 3 phase equipment (415v), conveyors, robotics, packaging lines, palletisers, mixing equipment, kilns plus more.
The company are working towards making the site more efficient so are adopting LEAN manufacturing processes on site, therefor you will be involved project work and making production improvements.
As a maintenance engineer, you should have experience working within a manufacturing or automated environment. You should possess a strong level of electrical knowledge and have to ability to electrically fault find to conclusion. It would be beneficial if you have had experience in a heavy environment, however this isn’t essential. You should be able to work within a large engineering team with various technical disciplines.
- You should hold a recognised electrical qualification (Level 3 or above) city and guilds, NVQ, BTEC, HND, HNC.
Joining our client, you will be joining a reputable business who offer fantastic training and benefits including a pension matched up to 10%. 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, build new sites and invest within training and development of their staff.
If you think you are the right maintenance engineer or this market leader, please press apply, call Ashton on 07814905283, or email your CV too email@example.com
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