Multi-skilled Maintenance Engineer (Electrical bias)

AIM Executives
From £35,000 to £38,000 per annum
30 Nov 2017
08 Dec 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Role title: Multi-Skilled Maintenance Engineer (Electrical bias)

Location: South East Lincolnshire

Salary: Attractive + benefits

The Role

AIM recruitment has a new opportunity for a Multi-Skilled Engineer (Electrical bias) to join a leading UK food manufacturer with recognisable brands that dominate the market.

Reporting to the Maintenance Manager, the purpose of the Multi-Skilled Engineer is to facilitate the achievement of factory KPIs through the application of engineering / maintenance principles.

Available is a ‘3 and 2’, 06.00-18.00 shift pattern:

Week 1: 2 on, 2 off and 3 on

Week 2: 2 off, 2 on and 3 off


As part of the engineering team you will undertake planned preventative maintenance and provide an efficient response to breakdowns to maintain optimum efficiency.

Key duties include:

Reactive, preventative and planned maintenance Perform root cause analysis and fault finding Application / adherence of TPMWhat will you bring?

You will have a professional engineering qualification, be electrically biased with a strong mechanical aptitude and be proficient in diagnosing and rectifying faults across a wide range of process and plant equipment.

Your role is crucial to the efficient running of our clients site and therefore you will be required to demonstrate excellent communication skills, when liaising with internal departments and external contractors.

What’s in it for you?

Our client is an international organisation who pride themselves on creating high quality food and have exceed many recognised industry standards. They care about ‘their people’ and offer an excellent package dependant on experience.

If you are as serious about food as they are and ready to help us make a difference, we would like to hear from you.

Interested? Please contact Chris Clarke at AIM Recruitment on 0115 923 4651 for a confidential conversation.

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