A vacancy has arisen for a Maintenance Engineer based at our Stalybridge facility.
The purpose of the Maintenance Engineer is to provide technical support to Operation Engineering Manager, with the objective of ensuring plant and equipment functionality and compliance with current legislation.
Key accountabilities of the Maintenance Engineer include:
Assist Operations Engineering Manager to develop and implement planned maintenance systems on site
Carry out breakdown repairs to minimise plant downtime
Manage electrical/mechanical contract staff
Assist site SHEC Manager to carry out Risk Assessments
Effect progress on action points raised as a result
Provide technical support to Supervisors in plant operations
Assisting in the operation of the site to ensure plant availability and production is maintained at the highest possible level.
Assist to make improvements to processes
Assist to improve energy efficiency
Perform such other duties as the Company may from time to time reasonably require
Comply with all Company policies related to Code of Conduct, Environmental, Health and Safety and Community
Applicants must have exceptional organisational skills with a high level of attention to detail and accuracy. They will have excellent interpersonal skills, be self-motivated, flexible and adaptable. The candidate should have strong written and verbal communication skills combined with integrity and confidentiality. Good IT skills are required along with the ability to manage time effectively.
Candidates will be educated to Approved Electrician standard with the experience of supervising contractors. The will have thorough technical skills with experience of PLC’s, variable speed drives, instrumentation, and installation. Sound knowledge of electrical safety legislation is needed as well as good Mechanical knowledge. Previous experience of working on Shredding and size reduction equipment would be advantageous along with experience of working on Metals and plastics separation equipment, and conveyor transportation systems equipment.
Anyone interested in this opportunity should contact Luis Tapia: email@example.com or 01789 722 307 to request an application form.