Mechanical Maintenance Engineer

Mechanical Maintenance Engineer
  • £33,000 - £36,433 per Annum
  • Permanent
  • Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, England, UK Scunthorpe Lincolnshire UK DN15 0DQ
Job Ref: J2161111
Sector: Engineering
Sub-sector: Food & FMCG
Date Added: 07 October 2021
Are you a Mechanical Maintenance Engineer looking for a new role?

Are you a Mechanical Maintenance Engineer looking for a new role? Do you have experience of the food industry with experience of fault finding and plant optimisation?

If so, then a role working for one of the largest FMCG businesses in our client portfolio could well be worth applying for.

The role:

  • Carrying out planned preventative maintenance on machinery when required
  • Ensuring that the achievement of food safety is always at the top of the agenda
  • Helping to ensure that the site is always both mechanically and electrically safe
  • Ensure the quick resolution of plant breakdowns, faults and leaks
  • Ensuring that the role is both electrically and mechanically safe
  • Helping to ensure that plant condition is kept at an optimum level to prevent any unnecessary equipment failures

The person:

  • A truly multi-skilled engineer with a HNC or equivalent in either mechanical or electrical engineering
  • Exposure to a high-volume manufacturing environment would be highly desirable with knowledge of lean techniques
  • Experience of planned maintenance ideally within an FMCG manufacturing environment
  • Working knowledge of H&S legislation and their application

The client:

  • Our client manufactures a bespoke product for the food industry, and they are a business who have enjoyed stellar growth during the pandemic

If you are currently looking for a new role and would like to be considered for this role then please apply with the latest copy of your CV and I will call you straight back.

06/11/2021 10:24:22
GBP 33000.00 36433.00 Annum
Contact Consultant:
Fraser Gibson

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