Our Client is a global market leader in FMCG manufacturing.
We have immediate requirements for qualified, mechanically biased maintenance Technicians / Engineers to work in both production engineering and packaging areas.
Responsible for minimizing downtime, maximizing output and improving your engineering line performance. You will focus is on ensuring maximum line efficiency with accountability and ownership to deliver the line Key Performance Indicators to maximize production output, ensuring high quality products are made and packed. Undertaking technical operator\production duties, whilst maintaining an engineering overview of the line for downtime, performance and efficiency.
Responsible to the production Area Manager, you will be responsible for trouble shooting and fault finding in order to maintain and enhance world class, fully automated process and packaging machinery.
You will assist with plant optimisation and performance, working with continuous improvement techniques. Site installation and project engineering duties will also be required from time to time, as well as active participation in PPM initiatives and change management programmes.
You will Lead and deliver line changeover activity with a focus on change over reduction, troubleshooting, maintenance and Continuous Improvement (CI) activitiesine
The successful candidate will be time served, mechanically/electrically biased, preferably with NVQ Level 2 and/or 3.
Working knowledge of special purpose or packaging machinery is a distinct advantage as well as high level diagnostic skills.
You will be a proactive team player, possessing the ability and enthusiasm to drive through continuous improvement initiatives.
Ideally you will have gained experience from within a food, FMCG or a fast moving manufacturing environment such as automotive.
However, experience gained from within the armed forces, automotive or traditional service engineering and general manufacturing would be considered.
Candidates do need to be flexible regarding shifts!!
Package and personal development prospects