Shift Maintenance Engineer

Michael Page Engineering & Manufacturing
Newport (Casnewydd)
£30k - £35k pa
03 Oct 2017
04 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
This is an excellent opportunity to join a market leading manufacturing and production business as a Shift Maintenance Engineer at their site near Newport, South Wales as they embark on an exciting transformation programme. Client Details My client is a market leading forward thinking manufacturing and production business who are looking for a Shift Maintenance Engineer for their South West London facility. Description The Shift Maintenance Engineer will provide effective engineering support in terms of planned maintenance, breakdown repairs and remedial works to site equipment and buildings. responsibilities: - Ensure the company assets are maintained to achieve maximum efficiency. - Excellent communication between Production staff and co-workers. - Maintain knowledge of all spare parts on site for plant. - To work within the procedures and standards as determined by the company's written standards. - Undertake planned maintenance tasks as instructed to the relevant engineering and safety standards. - Undertake repairs to equipment in a safe and timely manner. - Undertake remedial engineering works to equipment or site as instructed by the Engineering Manager. - To ensure any risks of safety or failure of equipment or site are communicated to the Manager. Profile - Skilled in both Electrical and Mechanical trades. - Preferred knowledge of other engineering disciplines including pneumatics, hydraulics, steam systems. - Must possess a recognised qualification relevant to the role (e.g. mechanical or electrical C&G). - Excellent communication skills (verbal and written). - Able develop effective working relationships across all levels of management and staff and work as part of a team. - High attention to detail. - Able to make decisions and react quickly to the needs of the business. - Problem solving/analytical skills. Job Offer £30,000 - £35,000 + Benefits
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