Maintenance engineers are responsible for maintaining and repairing the heavy machinery, plant equipment, tools and systems used in manufacturing. The company has a wide variety of machinery so you will be dealing with hydraulic and pneumatic systems. Fault finding/ improving
- Fault finding on all types of Factory equipment including CNC machines, Conventional machines and associated plant.
- Performing planned and predictive maintenance.
- Assessing need of spare parts
- Undertake effective planning and prioritisation of workload wherever necessary.
- Ensure that resources are used to optimum effect.
- Understand and operate in line with relevant legislation, Company policy and Company procedures.
- Complete and maintain accurate, timely documentation and records as required by the business.
- Maintain the required standards of housekeeping.
- Support other teams and functions as required by the business.
- Undertake self-development activities as required by the business.
- Undertake any other tasks or duties as required by your line manager.
- Contribute to the continuous improvement of processes and practices operated by the Company.
- Liaise with Coordinator to establish requirements
- Conforming to health and safety procedures and policies.
- working with specialist equipment, such as programmable logic controllers (PLC), which control machinery on factory assembly lines
Ideally has a mechanical background or interest such as fixing cars, bikes generally wanting to know how things work and want to understand the mechanisms behind it.
Level 2 Diploma in Performing Engineering Operations
Relevant Skills and Experience:
How To Apply
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