Maintenance Engineer - Mechanical Bias - Industrial

Pioneer Selection Ltd
Bishop Auckland, County Durham
£28000 - £30000/annum + Company Pension
10 Jun 2017
10 Jul 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Maintenance Engineer – Mechanical Bias – Industrial Salary: £28,000 - £30,000 OTE: £30,000+Location: Bishop Auckland, County DurhamAn exciting opportunity has arisen for a mechanically biased maintenance engineer to join a leading manufacturer in the County Durham area. This leading company will provide the engineer with a high level of training to support them in their career. Also on offer for the successful maintenance engineer is a fantastic package, the chance to work on bespoke machinery and equipment, and opportunities to progress.Skills required for maintenance engineer:
* Mechanical engineering qualification* Mechanically biased (ideally 70/30)* Forklift truck experience* Industrial manufacturing/engineering experience* FMCG background* Engineer with electrical knowledge* Reactive and planned maintenance experience* Project work and Continuous improvement* Happy to work Earlies, Lates and Nights shift pattern
The Maintenance Engineer will benefit from:
* Joining a successful business with multiple sites across the UK and internationally* Strong in-house training programme for engineers* Excellent opportunities to develop for engineers* Fantastic rewards package* Engineer will be involved in working on a range of bespoke machinery
Benefits: Pension, Training, £28,000 – £30,000 OTECommutable: Bishop Auckland, Newton Aycliffe, Darlington, Durham, Stockton-On-TeesIf you are interested in this role and feel that you have the right skills, then please click apply at the bottom of this advert.For further details contact Subbia Polo at Pioneer SelectionAs a registered candidate with Pioneer Selection Ltd, you automatically become eligible for our referral scheme. You will receive £250 for every candidate we place in permanent employment who has been recommended by you. Terms and Conditions apply please see our website for further details