Maintenance Engineer

Job Title: Maintenance Engineer
Job Reference: HQ/NH4892600-nocvlib

Location: Peterborough
Job Type: Permanent

£41000 per annum, Benefits: pension and holidays
Sector: Engineering

Posted 6 days ago

We are recruiting for two Maintenance Engineers to join our fast paced food manufacturing company based in Peterborough. One of Maintenance Engineers will be mechanical bias and one will be Electrical bias.

The daily duties of the Maintenance engineers will be:
- Carrying out planned preventative maintenance (PPM) on plant machinery.
- Attending breakdowns as and when they occur.
- Mechanical and Electrical maintenance throughout the plant including site services.

The Machines you will be working on:
- Baggers
-  Carton machines
-  Multi-heads
-  Conveyors
-  Pumps
-  Motors

- The Maintenance Engineer will be either electrical or Mechanical bias qualified within an engineering discipline.
- Coming from work in a food manufacturing background would be advantageous for the position but not essential.
- It would be advantageous if the mechanical maintenance engineer will be able to weld.

2s and 3s days nights on a 2 week rotation
£41,906.59 per annum

If you are interested in the Maintenance Engineers position please apply to the direct job boards.   

Julie Alton


Julie Alton

Managing Director

I know that it may sound cliché, but recruitment really is my passion. I have worked in Engineering Recruitment since 1993 and always strive to be known for providing quality recruitment solutions. In an industry where reputation is foremost, I have aimed to maintain a high-quality, honest-service approach throughout all of my roles.

In 2000 I was approached to join the Simon Holdings Group, with a view to extending their Technical Recruitment presence into the Midlands, thereby complementing the progress of their Jenrick Engineering brand in the South since 1967.

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