Maintenance Engineer

Job Title: Maintenance Engineer
Job Reference: KS-654

Location: Greater London
Job Type: Permanent

£35000 per annum
Sector: Engineering

Posted 9 days ago

Maintenance Engineer
£35,000 plus benefits

The main purpose of the role of Maintenance Engineer
To be part of a multi skilled team driving the performance of the business assets, ensuring maximum production uptime, whilst performing to high health and safety standards. Complete tasks and continuous improvement activities allocated to them in a timely and cost effective manner. Ensure PPM schedules are delivered on time and in full. Ensure that legislative requirements are maintained during work activities and tasks. Advocate and help to deliver the engineering strategy developed by the team.

Key skills of the Maintenance Engineer
Follow a planned preventative maintenance (PPM) schedule for all plant and equipment.
Ensure that all tasks carried out within the PPM schedule are documented including activity, repairs, equipment status and the use of consumables and parts.
Promptly respond to any plant or equipment breakdown or fault.
Effectively communicate and escalate any fault, damage or condition that cannot be rectified.
Carry out PPMs and repairs in a safe and hygienic manner as stated within the company Quality Management System ensuring that operational efficiencies are not adversely affected. 
Ensure that any parts used are recorded to ensure that a minimum stock list is maintained.
Comply with the company personal hygiene and food safety requirements and all company policies and procedures.

Please apply for the role of maintenance engineer now

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