Maintenance Engineer

ATA Recruitment
14 Mar 2019
31 Mar 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
Maintenance Engineer

Location - Corby

Shifts – 3s & 2s (days & nights 12 hours)

Salary - £35,600 (OTE £40,000 - £45,000) + overtime + 20 days of Holiday + pension + training

The Company

Our client specialises in the processing and packaging of high-quality food products for all of the major supermarkets. This multi-sited group have sites across the UK and the company have a turnover in excess of £170 million and are continuing to grow steadily due to further acquisitions.

Established over 60 years and still family owned, the business has gone from strength to strength and is proud of its origins.

The business employ over 1000 people and take a keen interest in local affairs, with strong links to local colleges and schools plus social events for employees. Thanks to this family orientated approach the company have an excellent staff retention ratio.

The Role

Due to their planned expansion, the company now require an additional two maintenance engineers to form part of a new fifth shift. Each shift of two engineers is manned by one mechanically biased engineer and one electrically biased. Both engineers would be required to fault find on all production equipment, however it would be the specialist who would make the repair depending on if the fault is electrical or mechanical.

The Electrical Maintenance Engineer would be required to do both reactive and PPM work, plus occasional project work when required. During the day shift the majority of the work is biased towards reactive work, with the night shift performing any leftover repairs, PPMs and project work.

The site has broad range of production equipment and the Electrical Maintenance Engineer would need to maintain all production line including conveyors (belt, roller and mesh), check weighers, metal detectors, graders, washers, sealers, printers and packaging machinery

Although this is an electrically biased role, the Electrical Maintenance Engineer would still need to be able to fault find on mechanical systems such as hydraulics, pneumatics and transmissions. Electrically candidates will need to be able to fault find using a multimeter, check inputs and outputs on the PLC systems, fault find on inverters. Some installation work will be required on both single and 3 phase.

The Candidate

To be successful in your application you must have the following skills or attributes:

Must have a recognised electrical qualification (City & Guilds, NVQ, Apprenticeship, etc).

If this role is of interest to you please call Andy on (phone number removed) or follow the links below to send your CV.

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