Maintenance Engineer

Job Title: Maintenance Engineer
Job Reference: CJ/HQ48708855

Location: Salisbury
Job Type: Permanent

Salary:
£42000 - £45000 per annum, Benefits: pension
Sector: Engineering

Posted 27 days ago




An exciting opportunity has arisen for a multi-skilled Maintenance Engineers to join a large manufacturing company based in the Salisbury area.


The Maintenance Engineer will be electrical bias and electrically qualified.


 


The Role
- Carrying out reactive and preventative maintenance on automated plant machinery. 


-Electrical and mechanical fault diagnostics.
- Fault finding on PLC systems.
- Identifying what spare parts and required and communicating the information to the stores person.
- Implement improvements to the plant where necessary.
- Involved with project work including equipment installation, machine upgrades etc.

Candidate
- The Maintenance Engineer will be apprentice trained in electrical engineering discipline.
- The Successful Engineer will be competent in both mechanical and electrical maintenance. 
- You will need strong communication skills and be able to work within a team. 


-As the maintenance Engineer you will be required to come from a manufacturing background.  




12 hour days and nights

£42,000 - £45,000

Pension

 

This role is live and I will be submitting a shortlist of candidates within the next two/three days.

Apply now

Consultant details

Charlotte James

Name:
Charlotte James

Direct telephone:
01788 824 555

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