Maintenance Engineer

Posted 20/06/2024 by Right Recruitment

B6, Nechells, City and Borough of Birmingham

One of our clients  is looking for a Multi-Skilled Maintenance Engineer to keep production machinery and equipment fully operational, whilst carrying out general site maintenance. 

A few of the main duties as a Maintenance Engineer  are - 

  • Assist in the upkeep and maintenance of all operational equipment.
  • Responsible for reactive breakdown repairs.
  • Carry out routine maintenance to all plant and services whilst maintaining accurate record keeping.
  • Assist in the management of Health and Safety and Company policies.
  • Assist in current and future projects.

As a Maintenance Engineer , there are a few technical requirements you must know / have, such as - 

  • Engineering experience and troubleshooting role gained within a FMCG environment.
  • Strong knowledge of electrical distribution and control systems. 
  • Previous experience programming PLCs
  • Some basic fault diagnostic skills using PLC systems is essential (software and hardware)
  • Knowledge of inverter drivers (control methods) and also 3 phase motors and controls
  • Hold recognised engineering qualifications and be able to demonstrate both mechanical and electrical competences. 
  • Experience of general maintenance work and experience of PPM system

Maintenance Engineer qualifications:

  • recognised engineering qualifications to HNC or equivalent;
  • IEE 17/18th Edition
  • Desirable: MEWP trained, FLT Trained, IOSH/NEBOSH Certified, Food Safety.

The working conditions for the Maintenance Engineer role are that you have to be hands on, as the business dictates; working under pressure, dynamic; in chilled or ambient environments. Working on alternative shift patterns including weekend work.

Flexibility required for shifts: 6.00 am – 14.00 pm , 14.00 pm – 10.00 pm and 7.00 – 15.30 pm plus a possibly of being on call out covering the night shift too.

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