Multiskilled Maintenance Engineer

Job Title: Multiskilled Maintenance Engineer
Job Reference: M.E. Coventry 1

Location: Coventry
Job Type: Permanent

Salary:
£38000 - £44000 per annum
Sector: Engineering

Posted 18 days ago

Are you a Multiskilled Maintenance Engineer, who is looking for work in Coventry area? Do you want to work where your skills are being recognised and further progression opportunities are offered?

The successful Maintenance Engineer will work in a highly automated environment and cover continental shifts – days & nights. 
 

As a Multiskilled Maintenance Engineer your tasks will include:
  • Solving electrical and mechanical problems on automated production machines
  • Fault finding and repairs to ensure continuity of production
  • Preventative maintenance to ensure machine efficiency
  • Maintaining spare parts control


You will have the relevant engineering qualifications or/and experience in manufacturing industry.

We are looking ideally for Maintenance Engineer, who is Electrically biased, but 60/40 Mechanical Biased will also be considered.

 
Salary for the successful Multiskilled Engineer: £38,000 – 44,000 depending on your experience.


Apply immediately to secure the role.

 

Julie Alton

Introducing...

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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