Electrical Maintenance Engineer
Electrical Maintenance Engineer (Continental Days)
£35,000 - £37,000
gap technical are proud to be representing this global manufacturing business in their search for a Electrical Maintenance Engineer to work at their facility based near Birmingham airport.
- To support the manufacturing process by responding effectively to equipment breakdowns, carrying out scheduled maintenance work and being proactive on the correction and modification of reoccurring machine processing faults.
- To respond effectively to equipment breakdowns and ensure maximum focus is given to their nominated production area
- To fault find in an effective and efficient manner whilst utilising the various machines historic / information documentation
- To establish harmonious relations with the operational staff and to work flexibly with them
- To train operational team members to perform minor maintenance tasks and to assist in major repairs
- Ensuring that machinery is maintained, and repaired to a high standard.
- Pro-active in the reduction of engineering downtime and continuous improvement of the process and the department.
- The successful candidate should have completed a full electrical apprenticeship and will have worked within an industrial environment.
- A background in Heavy Industrial / Chemical / Machining will be a distinct advantage however not a prerequisite.
- You must be an excellent communicator and be able to plan and organise efficiently.
- 17th Edition Electrical Wiring Regulations.
- Working knowledge of PLC's (fault finding etc)
- The role requires the successful candidate to work at Height/Confined spaces
- Able to read electrical drawings
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