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Electrical Engineering Team Leader

Closing date
29 Oct 2021

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Salary Band
Annual, £30,000 - £39,999
Contract Type
Full Time
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About the role
We have an exciting opportunity for you to join us as an Electrical Engineering Team Leader at our Aldwarke Cast Products manufacturing site in Rotherham. The role will be to lead and direct the activities of a multi-disciplined team within the manufacturing unit, ensuring that plant operational targets, product quality, customer service and health & safety objectives are met.
As Electrical Engineering Team Leader, you will be required to.
* Manage the manufacturing process within the team area of responsibility to ensure that departmental objectives and targets are achieved.
* Be responsible for ensuring high standards of health & safety, motivating the team to continuously improve safety standards and practice and will identify and develop safety Initiatives within the team. Develop and initiate process improvements within the team.
* Plan, organize and control the work of Team Members and issue work permits.
* Ensure Team resources are effectively organised, deployed and monitored, requesting, and organising external resources as appropriate, to achieve plant targets and objectives.
* Monitor Team Members' performance and develop, implement, and review appropriate training plans to ensure individual optimum performance.
What we are looking for
In addition to the responsibilities associated with being an operating, "Hands-On" member of the team the Electrical Engineering Team Leader will need experience in:
* Plant inspections, including condition monitoring and TPM techniques, to an agreed frequency, these will determine future maintenance requirements.
* Developing and implementing maintenance routines for all equipment.
* Planning for specific plant needs which have been defined by Day Management, including labour and materials requirements.
* Ensuring the availability of materials and spares for items of plant within their area of responsibility and identifying and organising "Critical Spares".
* Co-ordinating with and, where required, supervising the activities of other services and contractors, including the issue and cancellation of permits, danger notices and all other relevant safe working procedures.
* Preparing shift/day reports to the requirements of the department.
* 35 days holiday
* Up to 16% combined pension contribution
* Access to onsite Occupational Health facilities.
* Career progression available in a modern national and international business
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