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Maintenance Engineer

Maintenance Engineer

#Job No. EA185.

  • Location:

    Wellington

  • Salary:

    £34k - 37k per year

  • Type:

    Permanent

Job Description:

Maintenance Engineer (Mechanical)

Taunton

£34,000 to £37,000 DOE + Overtime Paid at Premium rate + 25 Days Holiday + Bank Holidays + Life Assurance + Health Care Cash Back Scheme + Training and Development Opportunities

3 Shift Pattern, Nights, Afternoons, Earlies.

Mechanical Maintenance Engineer required for a well renowned manufacturer within the packaging industry. They offer a role with a great personable working environment, and great opportunities for further training either internally from the highly skilled team of Maintenance Engineers and external courses. This role offers also great opportunities for extra earning through overtime paid (up to 10 hours a week and during weekends) at a premium rate.

The successful Maintenance Engineer will have strong machinery engineering knowledge being able to fault find, service and repair mechanically. You will need to be able to read mechanical drawings, will have some welding experience and will be familiar with rotating machinery. You will need some previous exposure to manufacturing, ideally a fast paced environment. Those with Electrical skills would be advantageous, although training can be provided.

This is a great opportunity for a Maintenance Engineer with mechanical skills to join a highly skilled team, where you will learn further electrical skills and develop yourself as a whole.

The Maintenance Engineer Role:

* Mechanically biased role working across various areas of production from materials processing, folding lines, gluing, automated systems and packaging.
* 50/50 split between Reactive and Pre Planned Maintenance, although efforts are being made to improve the current PPM schedules.
* Working on bearings, conveyors, pneumatics, motors, gears, rollers, and hydraulics and steam systems.
* Some welding and fabrication work required.
* Fault finding of machinery and reading/interpreting mechanical drawings.
* Documenting all maintenance tasks completed.
* Working aside one other engineer on every shift.

The Successful Maintenance Engineer:

* Mechanically Biased
* You will have strong machinery engineering knowledge being able to fault find, service and repair mechanically.
* You will need to be able to read mechanical drawings, will have some welding experience and will be familiar with rotating machinery.
* You will need some previous exposure to manufacturing, ideally a fast paced environment.
* Those with Electrical skills would be advantageous, although training can be provided.