Multi-Skilled Maintenance Engineer - new job in Merseyside, UK

Multi-Skilled Maintenance Engineer
  • £29 per Hour
  • Contract
  • Merseyside, England, UK Merseyside Merseyside UK l24 9jw
Job Ref: BBBH123976
Sector: Engineering
Sub-sector: Pharmaceuticals
Date Added: 18 January 2023
Multi-Skilled Maintenance Engineer - Pharma - Merseyside - 12 Month Contract

Job Title: Multi-Skilled Maintenance Engineer

Pay Rate: £29.39 an hour

Location: Merseyside

Shift: 4 On, 4 Off (2 Days, 2 Nights)

Contract: 12 Month Contract with Good Scope for Extension

Start: As soon as possible

I am currently searching for a Multi-Skilled Maintenance Engineer with experience ideally within the Pharma, Food, FMCG or other regulated industries to join a Large Pharmaceutical Company based in Merseyside.

As a Multi-Skilled Maintenance Engineer, you will be responsible for planned preventive maintenance and reactive maintenance for the equipment that is present across the site, including maintenance of utilities and site services.

If this role sounds right for you, please apply online, email your CV Alternatively, if you would like some more information, please call Sourosh Valeh on 01618682237.

Essential Requirements

  • Experience working in manufacturing environment ideally Pharmaceuticals, Food or FMCG
  • Experienced maintaining both clean and black utilities such as e.g., boilers, vessels, pumps, water generation systems, water for injection, steam generators, autoclaves, etc.
  • Ideally experienced in mechanical and electrical maintenance

In return you will receive a great package and gain experience working for a world class organisation.

Apply online, or alternatively call Sourosh Valeh on 01618682237 for more information or email a CV

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17/02/2023 15:13:12
GBP 29.00 29.0 Hour
Contact Consultant:
Sourosh Valeh

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