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Have you worked in a fast-paced production environment?
LONG ESTABLISHED INTERNATIONAL COMPANY: A long established company, active in over 50 countries around the world, offering complete industrial washing technology solutions. The company offer a turnkey solution which includes the service and maintenance of their equipment on various sites around the UK.
THE OPPORTUNITY: You will be working at a brand-new site managing 5 engineers. You will oversee the mechanical and electrical support services on site and will provide hands-on technical support to your engineers. Other responsibilities include, Writing RAMS, monitoring spare parts, ensuring inspection and testing is carried out to schedule, recruitment, inductions and task allocation.
This role is a day’s position. Start date – August 2019.
THE CANDIDATE: You are required to hold a City & Guilds electrical qualification. Previous experience testing, fault finding and maintenance as well as management or supervisory experience is essential. The ideal candidate will come from a fast-paced production environment and will be IPAF and NEBOSH qualified. Experience with any of the following would be an advantage; fluid power systems, invertors, PLC’s, industrial laundry, steam, gas, compressor, hydraulics and pneumatics.
* £36,000 - £45,000
* 25 days holiday
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