To maintain plant and equipment in good working order and implement continuous improvements in line with all plant priorities.
- Breakdowns and PPMs within the plant, ensuring that health and safety within the entire plant is a priority. Report to supervision when work requires weekend planning.
- Equipment to include, but not limited to: chain and roller conveyors, motors and gearboxes, paint booths, stackers, shuttles, tipper tables, and vaccum aided lifting equipment.
- Involved in continuous improvement projects.
- Maintain and issue and control, plant and equipment spares and consumable stocks.
- Organise the repair and overhaul of all powered hand tools.
- Continually seek ways to improve all processes and procedures in practise relating to the maintenance of equipment, in line with health and safety processes.
- Proactive approach to work, looking for getting things right the first time, and contribute with ideas.
- Ability to prioritize, work under pressure and make decisions when required.
- Issue work permits and management of contractors, up to a Technician level.
- Overtime flexibility highly desirable.
- 3 shift pattern. Although nights could be swapped by afternoons or mornings according to business needs with reasonable notice given. (Cover other people holidays, sickness or training).
- Broad understanding of maintenance practices & processes
In line with local authority levels - via Maintenance Team Leader
- Multi-Skilled (50/50 or electrically biased)
- Ability to resolve problems in a calm and safe manner.
- At least Level 2 or similar in an electrical discipline.
- 17th Edition wiring regulations. (Not essential)
- City and Guilds, apprenticeship, HND, HNC or similar in an engineering-related discipline. (Not essential)
- Proven experience in a manufacturing/industrial environment with practical skills in electro-mechanical repair and maintenance. Good and methodical fault finding skills
- Efficient and flexible approach to work.
- "First time right" mentality.
- Effective ability to influence and deal with other departments.
- Methodical and thorough style of working.
- PLC programming Allen Bradley, desirable but not essential.
- Willing to learn fabrication skills. In house training provided by CHEP.
- Happy to abide by H&S rules, permit to work systems, Lock Out Tag Out, etc.
- Able to communicate in English both verbal and in writing.
- Interested in development and progression within 3 - 5 years to a supervisory role