Up to £60000.00 per annum
Multi-skilled Maintenance Engineer
Panama Shifts (Nights)
iO Associates have partnered up with a global producer within the food industry. They have enjoyed prolific success over the last 80 years and are on the lookout for a multi skilled engineer to join their team working night shifts on a panama shift pattern (more details about shifts at the bottom).
The role will involve duties such as proactive maintenance, reactive breakdowns, fault finding and continuously improving plant performance, while maintaining quality and safety standards. You will also take responsibility for continuous improvement of a specific area using good manufacturing and engineering practices.
You will come from a strong manufacturing background and have high capabilities on both the electrical and mechanical aspects of maintenance engineering.
Ideally you will have experience within an FMCG environment This role is a multiskilled role & will require knowledge of both electrical & mechanical disciplines. It will also require an individual who can operate in various situations and environments.
You will need a proven engineering background through formal engineering qualification to at the least City & Guilds level, NVQ level 3 or equivalent in a mechanical and/or electrical subject area, and practical working experience. You will be excellent at working within a team and autonomously when required, with a confident communication style to empower and mentor colleagues to develop their engineering skills.
Additional crucial criteria for candidates:
- Mechanical and Electrical comprehension skills
- Fault finding skills
- Data analysis & interpretation skills
- Risk assessment trained
- Permit to work trained
- Ability to train effectively
- Sophisticated PLC Skills (highly desirable)
Work patterns: Panama shift
You will be required to work 12-hour shifts fixed nights (6pm-6am). You will work to a pattern: Monday to Thursday week one, Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday week two, Friday Saturday and Sunday week three and Wednesday, Thursday week four. So, you will have two weekends off a month.
If you feel you would be a good fit for the role and would like to be considered, please reply with an up-to-date CV and I will be in touch.