Multi-skilled Maintenance Engineer

Full Time Permanent

Manchester Jobs Board

Multi-skilled Maintenance Engineer

4 on 4 off permanent nights (6PM-6AM)


£44,690 per annum + Overtime + External Training + Company Pension + Company Bonus +Staff Shop + Vouchers + Health Package +21 Days Holiday + Bank Holidays + Free Parking

This is a great opportunity to work for a growing FMCG manufacturer who are continually investing in their staff with PLC and manufacturers training courses. As the company grows more and more investment is being placed into the engineers and the facility with new machinery.

The successful Maintenance Engineer must be fully apprentice trained or hold an HNC or equivalent, and have experience working in an FMCG or high volume background. You will be electrically biased with experience working with 3 phase and PLC fault find. Mechanically you will be happy to get involved with machine strip down and rebuilds and have basic pneumatic experience.

Your role will be to take part in a variety of planned preventative maintenance and reactive maintenance across the site. The company have recently invested heavily in new machinery so you will be working on a variety of S5 and S7 powered machinery.

The company are investing heavily in the facility and the staff over the past year engineers have gone on manufacturers training courses, PLC courses, welding courses and completed NVQs.

The Maintenance Engineer Role:

* Planned maintenance across sites.
* Reactive maintenance as required.
* Electrically biased engineering.
* Working with S5 and S7 PLCS
* Strip down and rebuild machines as required.

The Maintenance Engineer:

* Multi-skilled maintenance engineer.
* Apprentice Trained or equivalent.
* Electrical qualification – NVQ, HNC or equivalent.
* Experience within high volume manufacturing environment


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