Maintenance Engineer

Job Title: Maintenance Engineer
Job Reference: CC/HQ00055094T3

Location: Park Royal
Job Type: Permanent

Salary:
£42000 per annum
Sector: Engineering

Posted 8 days ago

Maintenance Engineer, £42,000, Park Royal London
 
Maintenance Engineer required to join a growing international food process and packaging company based in Park Royal. The successful Maintenance Engineer MUST have experience of maintaining machinery in a manufacturing environment.
 
As the Maintenance Engineer you will work as a part of the engineering team supporting and maintaining the factory production plant and facilities and be responsible for:
Fault diagnosis and breakdown repairs of plant machinery and site services
Planned preventative maintenance (PPM), modifications, installations and upgrades to plant machinery and site services
To work with operations to improve line performance, efficiency, quality and safety.
Minimizing downtime
Repair, refurbishment and modification to pipework and valves
Maintenance of Engineering Systems within a manufacturing environment
Planned and preventative maintenance on plant and equipment to maximise equipment reliability and performance
Investigate and carry out route cause fixes to address equipment issues
 
The successful Multi skilled Maintenance Engineer will be Electrically biased and be qualified to City & Guilds, BTEC, HNC Engineering or equivalent international qualifications Naric converted with experience of working within a manufacturing site, ideally within FMCG
 
To be considered for this role please click on Apply

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