Maintenance Engineer (Team Leader)

Recruiter
GPW Recruitment
Location
Lancashire
Posted
12 Apr 2018
Closes
18 May 2018
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Maintenance Engineer (Team Leader) Are you an experienced Maintenance Engineer, with team leader experience looking for job security? My client is looking for a Maintenance Engineer to join their expanding team in the Blackburn area. The company is in need of new staff due to the increase in work load. The Role We are currently seeking a Multi-Skilled Maintenance Engineer with team leader experience. Duties will include Planned, Preventive and Corrective Maintenance, Continuous Improvement Initiatives and Project Work. Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities Liaise with Operations and other associated departments to maintain awareness of the company's engineering needs and respond appropriately with suitable tactical solutions. Analyse PPM and performance against priority activities to support the achievement of departmental KPIs Contribute to the development of departmental strategies to establish value added partnerships with associated departments, suppliers and customers. Lead and support projects with company-wide departments to understand and analyse business problems to identify and implement quality engineering business solutions. Effectively coordinate the Engineering Maintenance Team by providing, work instructions, schedules and guidance to team members through engineering expertise. Conduct departmental reviews to communicate performance to line manager for self and direct reports. Proactively seek out and facilitate the implementation of value adding, cost reducing and Health and Safety improvements and solutions. Ensures company-wide engineering maintenance and repairs to high quality and timely. Support the achievement of departmental KPIs by utilising engineering expertise. Ensure maintenance and general housekeeping is systematically conducted to company and industry standards within the Production Engineering Department. Conduct engineering work within company guidelines, Puwer, Loler and other Health and Safety policies and industry regulations and ensure departmental compliance. Contribute to departmental recruitment, selection, training and development processes in line with company and departmental strategy. Communicate significant threats to business, team or personal performance to the Company Directors in a timely and effective manner. Identify and document engineering solutions based on expertise, FMEAs (current cost wastage) and company needs and propose for Senior Management review. Ensure machinery, plant, electrical and mechanical infrastructure is of the required standard to conduct processes effectively, efficiently and safely. Support the Operations & Innovations Directors via cost effective use of the Production Engineering budget and ensure compliance by executing and promoting effective and efficient practices within the department. Champion company Health and Safety and contribute to the creation of policies etc., follow industry regulations and promote appropriate practices within the department. Champion all aspects of quality throughout the department, Engineering Maintenance services, machinery, Infrastructure etc. to support quality assurance. Provide and log, 'on-the-job' training to develop the capabilities of the team in line with company and departmental needs to ensure effective system of delegation or responsibilities. Mon-Thurs 3.00pm -11.30pm / Fri 12 noon to 6pm Rate of pay circa £33,000 per annum and overtime will be readily available. Candidates should be flexible, and have a willingness to work overtime, which will be a regular requirement of the role. If you are interested in the role, please click apply in the first instance

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