Mechanical Engineer

Posted on Jun 11, 2019 by CV-Library

Cantley, Norfolk, United Kingdom
Immediate Start
£51k - £62.5k Annual
Working as part of the Engineering team, in a large sugar production facility, you will act as the site mechanical nominated engineer to ensure equipment integrity and fitness for purpose. As a subject matter expert, you will lead local enhancement of safety, reliability and production throughput relating to all on site mechanical equipment.

You will have a detailed understanding of industrial mechanical plant and a track record of leading and delivering maintenance improvement programmes. Practical experience of a large scale manufacturing process and the relative criticality of plant, including the deployment of reliability centred maintenance principles is essential.

In line with our company values, you will have the ability to build strong professional relationships and influence the delivery of standards and actions through others.

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

Act as the site subject matter expert for all mechanical maintenance tasks to enhance safety, reliability and production throughput in line with site objectives.

Ensure the technical integrity of mechanical plant to ensure that product, process and systems meet specified requirements.

Develop technical specifications to support the repair of non-routine mechanical breakdowns on site.

Interpret business-wide standards and policy and ensure that they are understood and applied appropriately at site level and deliver legal compliance.

Define technical specifications and acceptance testing standards for all mechanical maintenance tasks to ensure standardisation on site.

Support the learning and development of the site mechanical team through the provision of coaching and mentoring to ensure that the team is fully equipped to deliver their objectives.

Required Skills and Experience:

Knowledge & Qualifications:

Chartered Mechanical Engineer or extensive equivalent experience

Membership of Institution of Mechanical Engineers or equivalent

NEBOSH safety Certificate

Working knowledge of the British Standards for Engineering Plant, Equipment and Practices

Skills and Abilities:

A proven ability to manage complex and conflicting requirements in a multi-site environment

Ability to effectively lead a cross business technical team to deliver increased mechanical reliability and cost efficiency

Ability to effectively deputise in the absence of the Engineering Manager to ensure that the level of authority is effectively maintained

Effective influencing and negotiating skills

Behavioural change skills to influence at all levels across a site

Passion to succeed with a desire to broaden knowledge and experience

Ability to effectively communicate complex technical information to non-technical colleagues

Coaching and mentoring skills along with a focus on continuous improvement

Ability to use Microsoft Office applications

Personal Qualities and Behaviours:

Energising situations to ensure effective outcomes

Commitment to upholding the British Sugar Values

Demonstrates highest personal health and safety standards at all times

Works effectively with other team members to carry out the tasks required of them safely and effectively

We are an equal opportunities employer and applicants are welcome to apply regardless of age, disability, gender, marital status, race, nationality or ethnic origin, religion or sexual orientation.

How to apply

If you feel you have the relevant skills and Experience for the position of Mechanical Engineer please click on ‘Apply’ and upload your CV. Closing date is 26th June 2019

Reference: 210202088

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