MS Engineer - Mechanically or Electrically Biased

Resourcing Partnership Wales Limited
United Kingdom
Up to £36000
29 Sep 2017
03 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
THE COMPANY JOBS AVAILABLE SOUTH EAST AND SOUTH WEST WALES VARIOUS SHIFTS Well established fast moving, high volume manufacturing operation. That is a dynamic and ambitious business and forms part of a larger national food manufacturing group. Highly regarded producer within its market sector with a diverse product offering and whose customer base includes household name brands in addition to many of the major high street retailers. THE POSITION Responsible for completing a maintenance schedule, for fault diagnosis, and for problem solving, ensuring plant reliability and safety is kept to a maximum by the use of skill, knowledge and modern maintenance techniques within a highly technical production environment, by so doing maximizing output and quality of the product. PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES - Maintain and improve all factory services, machinery and electrical equipment with due regard to safety and engineering guidelines, through the use of computerised Planned Maintenance Systems and Predictive Maintenance Techniques such as vibration analysis and thermal imaging. - Monitor the condition of production machinery taking the appropriate action when necessary to improve the availability and working life of the equipment. - Record details of engineering maintenance on the frontline maintenance system and monitor the use of materials and spare parts, taking appropriate action when necessary to re-stock ensuring future availability. - Identify engineering material requirements and authorise engineering materials from stock. - Follow stock requisition and purchasing procedures. - Carry out physical stock taking at pre-determined periods. - Have the skill and competency to carry out a broad range of tasks (including but not exclusive): - Have a full working knowledge of all plant processes and safety requirements, providing safe systems of work. - Work within the quality systems specified by the BRC Global Food Standard. Carrying out engineering/electrical activities as detailed in written work instructions, ensuring tasks are carried out according to the agreed safety, quality and hygiene standards. - Supervise Contractor's work to ensure compliance with the Contractors Hygiene, Health & Safety Rules. Ensure any new contractors have been issued with a copy of these rules prior to starting work. - Comply with and promote company Health and Safety policies, procedures, SOPs, work instructions, notices and Permits to Work. QUALIFICATIONS - Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) - Working Safely. - NVQ level 3 in Mechanical/Electrical Engineering (or equivalent City & Guilds or HNC) or equivalent - Intermediate computer skills. - 3 - 4 years experience of working within a similar environment. - A understanding of three phase electrics together with a sound knowledge of PLC control systems and broad mechanical experience. PERSONAL QUALITIES - Constant drive, enthusiasm and self motivation with ability to motivate others. - Committed, disciplined and well organised. - Accurate and timely reporting skills. - Able to communicate effectively OUR REFFERAL INCENTIVE Due to the high amount of interest that we receive for each of our roles unfortunately we cannot respond to each application individually, therefore if you do not hear back from us you have not been shortlisted for this role. Please continue to check our website for any other roles which may be of interest We offer a £500 referral if you introduce someone we place - see our website for details - **************
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