Maintenance Engineer – Larkhall

3 March 2020

Closing date: 27 March 2020 Department: Site:

Applications for this vacancy are now closed.

Role summary

We are pleased to have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Maintenance Engineer to join our Toolroom & Maintenance team.

This role reports into our Technical Manager and is responsible for carrying out repairs and preventative maintenance on our equipment and tooling.

To be successful

You will ensure that both internal and external customer requirements are met
You should be proactive in improving existing processes to prevent equipment/tooling breakdowns long term
You will continually improve process, product and delivery performance, with the objective of improving the service provided by the Maintenance department and meeting departmental KPI’s
Main Duties and Responsibilities – working 40 hours per week on a 3xshift working pattern (day, back and night shift)

 

Perform equipment repair, in a timely and cost effective  manner
Complete Equipment Preventative Maintenance on time
Ensure adherence to Quality Systems such as adherence to ISO and TS Systems at all times
Support the production department where required
Improve internal and external customer related KPI’s
Adhere to and ensure safe working practices at all times
Ensure housekeeping is in good order and 5s standards are followed consistently
Advise production to stop in the event of serious Health & Safety or Technical issues
What we are looking for

You must be a time served and qualified maintenance engineer with an electrical bias and have the ability to excel in a fast paced environment with effective time management skills. If you are proactive and self motivated with the ability to work well under pressure you’ll fit right in!

 

Essential criteria:

Qualifications:              17th or 18th Edition and Level 3 NVQ

Experience:                 Minimum of 4 years electrical and mechanical experience

 

Desirable Criteria – hydraulic experience and previous experience of working in a manufacturing environment