Multi Skilled Maintenance Engineer

Posted a week ago by Hunter Selection

Location:
Birmingham, West Midlands
Salary/Rate:
£20 - £30/hour
Posted:
A week ago
Agency:
Hunter Selection
CONTRACT MAINTENANCE ENGINEER

Birmingham

Continentals (4 on 4 off) / 3 Shift)

3 Month Contract

£20P/H - £30P/H

Our client who is a market leading food manufacturer that employ over 100,000 people worldwide and whose products are used by over 2 billion people are looking to add to their maintenance department with the edition of a maintenance engineer who will be task with minimising production down and ensuring that the factory machinery runs as smooth as possible.

Role Description
*Providing both Reactive & PPM.
*Working on a variety of high-speed food machinery including Cams, Slides, Bearings, belts, Pulleys.
*Being involved with continuous improvement activities.
*Fault Finding both Electrically & Mechanically.
*Reading and interpreting electrical and mechanical drawings.

Skills and Qualifications
*Apprentice Trained
*Food / FMCG background
*Level 3 Mechanical/Electrical Qualification Desirable
*Manufacturing experience..

If you are interested in this role or looking for something similar please contact our Managing Consultant Matt Williams directly at (url removed) or call them for a confidential discussion on (phone number removed).

Hunter Selection is a nationwide provider of recruitment services in ENGINEERING, MANUFACTURING, SERVICE & TECHNOLOGY. Find out more about us and search all our current vacancies at (url removed)

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Type:
Contract
Start Date:
ASAP
Contract Length:
3 Months
Job Reference:
MaintContract1685_1593423011
Job ID:
212152785

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