January 12

Maintenance Engineer

January 12
Handley James have been retained to recruit an experienced Maintenance Engineer who is keen to improve upon current engineering practices.   Our client is an industry leading expert, part of a ¬£multimillion, global business with sites worldwide. As a Maintenance Engineer you will be required to perform reactive and planned maintenance on mechanical and electrical equipment as well as utilise your expertise to work closely with the teams to implement and maintain a process of systematic monitoring and execution of preventive and reactive maintenance activities.   This role is an excellent opportunity for an experience maintenance engineer who is keen to also progress into a more senior, process focused position.   Key Responsibilities  
  • Perform planned and reactive maintenance duties on mechanical equipment (Electrical experience would be advantageous)
  • Create, follow up and develop a preventive maintenance program for the plant.
  • Review and improve upon current OEE and PPM/Reactive practices
  • Act as the contact person and coordinate maintenance activities (internal and external).
  • Establish and develop relationships with key suppliers and partners.
  • Collect and analyse failure monitoring data.
  • Perform equipment performance analyses
  Key Requirements  
  • HND/HNC or Degree in an engineering discipline (Mechanical, Electrical or Automation)
  • Strong experience working within a similar capacity within a process manufacturing environment i.e. Chemicals, Food Production etc.
  • Good knowledge of Health and Safety
  • Experience working and improving upon a PPM schedule
  • Strong analytical skills and proven ability to utilize data to ensure increased performance and OEE
  • H&S knowledge
  • Excellent maintenance skills with both mechanical and electrical experience
  • Fluent skills in written and spoken English
  In return my client are offering a competitive salary and benefits package   If the role is of interest please contact Stuart Tomkinson or click the link below.
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