Mechanical Maintenance Engineer
£35,000 - £38,900 PA – D.O.E – Overtime paid and available at weekends
Double days - Monday – Friday week 1 / Monday – Thursday week 2
Benefits: 5% pension, Christmas bonus, 25 days holiday + bank, free parking, training and development
My client has been established for over 50 years+ and are leading in their field of automotive products. They have recently gone through a period of expansion, and this is continuing on into 2021/22 as they are now in need of an extra Mechanical Maintenance Engineer to bulk up to team to help with demand. My client has a global presence recognised across 100 countries and they continue to invest into their state-of-the-are plants with new machinery and CI projects. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone seeking a Monday – Friday position who likes to be involved in projects, CI and enjoys keeping the CMM system up to date. The site is extremely varied so you can expect no two days to be the same and to learn a side spectrum of different machinery.
The successful Mechanical Maintenance Engineer will be responsible for all electrical and mechanical fault finding and will need to work reactively across the site during shift. This will include fault diagnosis on drive systems, motors, relays, contactors, and sensors. You will also be responsible for all mechanical work including replacing gearboxes, shafts, pulleys, and bearings. You can expect to work on production machinery such as: mixers, conveyors, fillers, multi head weighers, pumps, labellers, and ink jet printers. You can expect to work in a close-knit team where you will be supported on breakdowns and projects. During your shift you will be give PPM’s to be completed by the end of the week.
This position would suit a more mechanically focused Maintenance Engineer with an interest and understanding of electrical work/principles and components. To be the successful Mechanical Maintenance Engineer you will need to hold an apprenticeship or City & Guilds / NVQ level 3 in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering. It would be advantageous to hold FMCG experience.
As part of the induction, the successful Maintenance Engineer would receive fantastic initial training alongside a more Senior Engineer to fully understand the processes. There is also the opportunity for the successful Maintenance Engineer to receive ATEX training.
For more information on this Mechanical Maintenance Engineering position please contact Hayley Tibbetts on Hayley.email@example.com
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