Maintenance Engineer

Recruiter
Meyer Scott Recruitment Services
Location
Alconbury
Posted
11 Jan 2018
Closes
12 Feb 2018
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

3 month temporary contract with the possibility of permanent there after

GBP12 per hour, 40 hours per week

Meyer Scott Ref: VR/05976

Our client, an award-winning clean technology company, has taken innovation and environmental awareness to pastures new with their innovative process development technique. This involves taking waste food products through these revolutionary processes to turn them into advanced biofuels and biochemicals.

Our client was founded in 2013 and has sense become renowned for it technology amongst the very cream of the UKs innovative business partners.
Mechanical Maintenance Engineer-
The doing
Assist in the day to day maintenance and servicing of process equipment.
Carry out planned and unplanned maintenance of equipment on site.
Ensure equipment is operating in accordance with manufacturers guidelines.
To regularly review project status ensuring all options have been considered and evaluated to improve process performance.
Planning the work and efficiently organising site facilities in order to meet an agreed programme of deadlines
Supervising and monitoring the site labour force and monitoring the work of any subcontractors
Resolving any unexpected technical difficulties, and other problems that may occur
Bring innovative ideas
Ensure works on site are carried out safely with due regard to the protection of the workforce, public and the environment, including managing exclusion zones.
Work to Health and Safety Standards.
Ensure all works are constructed efficiently, to the required quality and in accordance with the required contract programme.
Any other tasks as set out by the supervisor.

The do-er
If you are a well versed service or maintenance engineer with an interest in sustainable energy solutions and environmental welfare, this role would be ideal! Or perhaps you are a proven service technician looking for the next step in your career. Wed be happy to hear from candidates from a number of industries that user such disciplines as hydraulics systems, conveyer systems and pneumatics. A knowledge of pumps, valves and cabling would be advantageous. But you do need a solid mechanical knowhow with some appreciation of electrical fundamentals.
ONC/HNC would be preferable but not essential provided you can demonstrate a good knowledge of the principles involved and have a problem solving and can do approach to work.
If this sounds like the role for you please get in touch as soon as possible!