* Multi-skilled Maintenance Technician - Electrical Bias
* £35-40K, paid overtime available
Eleven are working with a large Chemicals manufacturer who are looking to add a Multi-skilled Maintenance Engineer to their team. The role is varied across the manufacturing site in terms of the manufacturing equipment, pumps, conveyors etc, in addition to this there will be a mixture of Electrical and Mechanical maintenance work.
Due to the current make-up of the Multi-skilled Maintenance department, we are looking for someone that is Electrically biased, to complement the existing team. We need a fully qualified Electrical Engineer, with either mechanical qualifications or experience on top. Experience within the plastics or chemical industry is of benefit.
You will have worked in a similar highly regulated / hazardous environment, ideally having worked on a CoMAH regulated site. This is a shift based role 6-2 and 2-10 Monday to Friday with additional overtime pay.
The position pays between £30-38,000/year basic, depending on experience.
This is a Monday through Friday role, but there is Weekday and Weekend Overtime available, taking potential earnings approximately between £35-40K +
QUALIFICATIONS / SKILLS / ATTRIBUTES
Formal Electrical Engineering qualifications
Formal Mechanical qualifications or experience
18th edition wiring regs
Willingness and Ability to working on a varied and physically demanding site
Excellent Fault finding and problem solving abilities.
For full details contact Hazel Cragg
Eleven Recruitment is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
Electrical / Mechanical / Maintenance / Engineer / Engineering / Tech / Technician / Chemicals / CoMAH
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