Maintenance Manager - Chemical Manufacturing

Skillection Ltd
22 Feb 2018
04 Mar 2018
Contract Type
Full Time
Maintenance Manager (Chemical Manufacturing)
37 hours a week
Competitive salary

Skillection are working with a world leading chemical company who supplies raw materials to most industries. They market a wide range of products, including chemicals, construction chemicals, crop protection products, dispersions and pigments, pest control solutions, plastics, polyurethanes systems, leading edge coating products, mining and water treatment chemicals. They manufacture performance chemicals, polyurethane systems and pest control solutions.

Are you - educated to a minimum HNC/HND (preferably Degree) in Engineering?

Do you have experience as a Maintenance Manager in manufacturing (pref. Chem Manufacturing) environment?
Do you have experience in the full Maintenance Process?
Are you experienced in managing the annual maintenance budget?

If you tick the above boxes, then please read on this position could be for you?

What you can expect
Directly reporting to the Plant Manager, your primary objectives as Maintenance Manager will be to provide professional management and leadership of maintenance for Grimsby ensuring compliance to the relevant procedures and processes.

You will:
o Oversee the maintenance process, manage KPI's and provide leadership to the
engineering resource (including term contractors) to ensure that the plant maintenance requirements are met.
o Identify risk and consequence of outstanding/overdue maintenance and ensure Plant and Production Manager are aware.
o Prepare and manage the annual maintenance budget for the Plant.
o Provide regular cost reports to Plant management.
o Participate in the Engineering and Maintenance community, obtain necessary assistance from Bradford and Grimsby Engineering (based in Bradford).
o Support development of the site Maintenance Process Specialist Position.

What our client expects
o You are educated to a minimum HNC/HND (preferably Degree) in Engineering.
o You have 3 years' relevant experience in maintenance management and asset care.
o You are an effective communicator and display strong networking skills.
o You are competent in the use of Microsoft Office and engineering applications.

What’s on offer
Responsibility from day one in a challenging work environment and "on-the-job" training as part of a committed team.
Competitive compensation including attractive benefits as well as excellent career opportunities in an international company.

Remuneration is paid in twelve equal monthly instalments direct to your bank account on the 25th of each month
Basic salaries are reviewed annually usually in April.

Variable pay/bonus
The Company operates a remuneration package which includes Variable Pay.
The Target Variable Pay amount is set each year for each job grade and is communicated on an annual basis. The variable pay year runs from 1 January to 31 December. The actual variable pay is linked to Company and Employee performance and is normally paid as part of the April payroll, in the year following the variable pay year.

Overtime, if applicable, will be paid on the basis set out in the Overtime Policy.


Hours of Work
37 hours per week.
Standard office hours of work are Monday-Thursday 08.45-17.15, Friday 08.45-16.45 which includes an unpaid lunch break of 1 hour per day.
Standard Non-Office hours of work are Monday-Thursday 8.00-16.30, Friday 8.00-16.00 which includes an unpaid lunch break of 1 hour per day.

Annual paid holiday entitlement is 25 days plus the 8 UK official Bank Holidays provided you have completed a year’s service. The holiday year runs from 1 January to 31 December.

Key skills
Degree, Chemical Manufacturing environment, full maintenance process

To be considered for this excellent opportunity in this world leading company please submit your CV via the online instructions or contact Helen for a confidential discussion (Apply online only) – GOOD LUCK

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