September 13

Maintenance Manager

September 13
Handley James Chemical are partnered with an industry leading expert within the agricultural science space, part of a ¬£multimillion, global business with manufacturing sites worldwide, they focus on innovative and sustainable crop protection technologies.   We are currently recruiting for an experienced Maintenance Manager for their site based in Deeside. You will be responsible for the maintenance of their facilities and the improvements of existing processes. You will be responsible for leading maintenance systems, overseeing the continuous improvement and executing long terms strategic plans. You will lead a small team of maintenance engineers and have a hands on and visible approach.   Key Responsibilities  
  • Work to ensure compliance with HSE & Engineering standards and site COMAH compliance
  • Control of maintenance and assist with CapEx budgets for the site
  • Identification of and control and delivery of small/medium projects (<¬£100,000) to budget and timeline
  • Ensure all functional safety/safety critical equipment inspections and maintenance
  • Manage planned and reactive maintenance
  • Review the plant critical spares ensuring appropriate controls in place to manage stocks
  • To manage all contractor work activities on the site
  • To ensure any changes are implemented through the MOC system
  • Promote lean thinking and continuous improvement to optimise operational efficiencies
  Key Competencies/Qualifications and Experience ¬†
  • Significant experience within a similar maintenance focused role
  • Engineering degree, ideally mechanically bias
  • Experience within a chemical environment, ideally COMAH regulated
  • Strong knowledge of Engineering standards and multi-task effectively
  • Exceptional organisational and prioritisation skills
  • Experience managing maintenance capex budgets
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  In return our client is offering a competitive salary plus benefits.   Please apply via the link below or contact Stuart Tomkinson directly.
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