Maintenance Engineer

Job Title: Maintenance Engineer
Job Reference: CC/HQ00053112712T2

Location: Northamptonshire
Job Type: Permanent

£40000 - £44000 per annum, Benefits: Bonus + Benefits
Sector: Engineering

Posted 7 days ago

Maintenance Engineer, £40,000 - £44,000 + Bonus, Rugby. Warwickshire

Maintenance Engineer
required to join a company who manufacturers some of the UK`s and Europe's leading and well recognised food brands for many of the major retailers.

As the Electrically Biased, Maintenance Engineer you will be responsible for:      
Attend to all breakdowns within all areas of the factory
Carrying out both electrical and mechanical maintenance tasks.    
When required, attend to strip downs and rebuilds on a range of machinery      
Use fault finding skills to work with engineers and the production team members to identify potential opportunities to reduce production downtime and carryout improvement activities / projects    
Have knowledge and experience in electro-mechanical, PLC's, electronics, pneumatics and hydraulics in order to support the production operators
Perform corrective and PPM when required to a high standard, respecting health and safety guidelines
The electrically biased maintenance engineer you will also be working towards continuous improvement on site.

The successful Electrical Maintenance Engineer will have a variety of industry recognised qualifications and have completed an apprenticeship ideally with previous working experience within either a Food, FMCG or Packaging environment.  

If you feel you are the above Maintenance Engineer and your maintenance skills fit this position please contact Carmel Curley by clicking the apply button.

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