Maintenance Engineer (Manufacturing / FMCG)

Posted by Rise Technical Recruitment on 18/10/2019 - Expiring soon!

Location:
Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire
Salary/Rate:
£32000 - £35000/annum Shift Allowance + Company Benefits
Posted:
18/10/2019 - Expiring soon!
Agency:
Rise Technical Recruitment

Maintenance Engineer (Manufacturing / FMCG)


£32,000 - £35,000 + Shift Allowance + Excellent Company Benefits


Stoke - on - Trent (Commutable from: Derby, Burton, Stafford, Leek)


Are you a Mechanical Engineer from a FMCG / Manufacturing looking for a Double Days role within a market leading company where you increase your salary with shift allowance and recieve on the job training?


On offer in this excellent role is the chance to play a key role in the ongoing success of an excellent company. You will be given continuous training and carry out both preventative and reactive maintenance.


The Company itself specialise within a niche industry and are one of the country's best at what they do, key to their success is their maintenance team which is the heartbeat of their operation.


This position would suit a Mechanical Engineer looking to join a market leading company who offer continuous training on specialist equipment.

The Position:
* Carrying out both reactive / preventive maintenance
* On the job training
* Double Days


The Person:
* FMCG / manufacturing background
* Hydraulics and pneumatics experience
* Ideally apprentice qualified


RTR85601

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Type:
Permanent
Start Date:
asap
Contract Length:
N/A
Job Reference:
RTR85601ii_1571406016
Job ID:
211040077
Applications:
Less than 10

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