Electrically Biased Maintenance Engineer - Food Industry

Posted by Minstrell Recruitment Ltd on 14/02/2020 (15:37)

Location:
Slough, Berkshire
Salary/Rate:
£35,000 - £37,000/annum
Posted:
14/02/2020 (15:37)
Agency:
Minstrell Recruitment Ltd

Electrically Biased Multi-skilled Maintenance Engineer

Our Client based in Slough, Berkshire is looking for an Electrically Biased Multi-skilled Maintenance Engineer to join their fast paced food manufacturing operation.

The role attracts a salary of £35,000 to £37,000 along with company benefits.

This is shift role based on mornings and afternoons only. No nights.

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Roles and Responsibilities

Providing maintenance, repair and installation tasks for various departments and Group supplied equipment.

Performing diversified electrical and mechanical tasks including analytical troubleshooting, both in a planned and reactive environment.

Supporting existing site based colleagues, monitoring of operational equipment performances and implementing of reactive measures.

What do we need from you?

Have strong electrical experience preferable within a FMCG  / Food / Bakery  environment.

Have a formal qualification in an electrical subject (apprentice served, NVQ, HNC or equivalent)

Have knowledge / experience of working with controls, analysing faults and providing solutions.

Experience of both reactive and preventative maintenance

Good technical ability relating to food packaging and process equipment.

Rights to work in the UK

Application Process

If you have the above skills and wish to be considered for this position or find out more details then please submit your CV.

We will endeavour to contact all applicants however if you do not hear from me within two weeks then unfortunately you have been unsuccessful.

Type:
Permanent
Start Date:
ASAP
Contract Length:
N/A
Job Reference:
PL-Slough
Job ID:
211725934
Applications:
Less than 10

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