Maintenance Engineer - Electrically biased
Double day shift
£30,000 per annum plus shift allowances
A specialist glass manufacturing and glazing company are currently looking for an experienced & qualified Maintenance Engineer - with electrical bias - to join their team. The role is based in Dudley and the company have recently had significant investment in plant and machinery.
The role will be working on a double day shift rotation: 6.00am - 2.00pm & 2.00pm - 10 pm. The working week consists of 40 hours.
Each shift has overlap to make a 40 hour working week and the successful candidate will be a driven individual who can monitor their own working hours and is happy to be available on an on-call basis outside of normal working hours. This role is offering a starting salary of £30,000 per annum plus shift allowance.
Working in a fast paced manufacturing environment, you will be responsible for preventative and reactive maintenance of plant machinery and equipment. Working closely with the Chief Engineer you will be responsible for the completion of daily & weekly maintenance tasks, across the site; adopting an analytical approach to problem solving by using WCM tools, identifying root cause failures and ensuring all machinery is achieving optimum performance.
Ideally you will be an experienced Maintenance Engineer with a strong electrical background, either electrically qualified or served an electrical apprenticeship.
Experienced in working in a manufacturing environment and have familiarity with Health & Safety standards and continous improvement techniques.
Able to work from mechanical/pneumatic/hydraulic fault finding drawings
You will preferably have fitting, welding & fabrication experience.
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