Maintenance Engineer (Electrical Bias)
Posted on Jan 20, 2019 by Aqumen Business Solutions
Working Days/ Hours: Mon - Fri - NO WEEKENDS - 12 Hour Days/Nights (Shift Pattern below)
Salary & Benefits: £15.70 per hour (£32656) + Shift Allowance (£1632.80) = £34288 + Benefits/Overtime
Our client is a leading Manufacturing business with over 100 years of company history.
A multi-skilled position working as part of the maintenance team responding to the high demands of the site in terms of general, routine and unplanned maintenance of the plant, equipment and facilities. Rapid response and rectification of problems is critical to ensure that targets are met.
Key Responsibilities/ Daily Duties:
Ensure adherence to all the relevant Health & Safety procedures, being proactive in the raising of potential H&S issues.
Ensuring all work is carried out in line with global company policies and procedures.
Supporting production requirements working on a range of injection moulding machines ranging from 60 to 3000 tonnes, for repairs and problem fault finding.
Adjustments, set-up, maintenance of laser cells, PU cells, assembly and checking automation cells.
Undertake planned service work as requested, supporting the plant start-up and shutdown procedure on a weekend rota.
Installation work and continuous improvement duties around the site is also an important function of this role.
City & Guilds 214 Mechanical Engineering / HNC / ONC electrical and mechanical engineering or equivalent.
NVQ 3 Mechanical / Electrical Engineering or equivalent.
Time served apprenticeship within a production / manufacturing environment
Good mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical knowledge with ability to read diagrams and drawings.
Experience of working with automation and assembly equipment
Working knowledge H&S requirements in an engineering environment
Able to work to tight timeframes and continue to perform at a high standard under pressure
Self-motivated with a desire for self-improvement
Able to work successfully within a team and under own initiative
Ability to find faults and problem solve
17th Edition Electrical Installations
6 and 3 axis robot experience
Working knowledge of Lean Engineering and CI techniques
Working knowledge of Plastic Injection Moulding machinery
Week 1 - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 6am to 6pm, Thursday, Friday off
Week 2 - Monday, Tuesday off, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 6pm to 6am
Week 3 - Monday, Tuesday 6am to 6pm, Wednesday off, Thursday, Friday 6pm to 6am
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