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Multi skilled maintenance engineer (electrical bias)

Job Title: Multi skilled maintenance engineer (electrical bias)
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Wrexham, Wales
Industry:
Salary: £34000 - £36000 per annum + pension
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: J893049_1505232083
Contact Name: Jenna Reay
Contact Email: jenna.reay@russell-taylor.co.uk
Job Published: September 12, 2017 17:01

Job Description

Multi skilled maintenance engineer (electrical bias)

Wrexham area

4 on 4 off shift pattern (days and nights)

£34k - £36k

My Client is looking for a multi skilled maintenance engineer with an electrical bias to join the manufacturing team in the Wrexham area. You will be required to make sure all equipment and machinery is working to a safe standard and satisfactory condition to minimise downtime and exceed customer expectations.

Main duties will include:

  • Comply with health and safety regulations at all times
  • To follow and adhere to planned maintenance program
  • To fault find and repair equipment to a satisfactory standard
  • To undertake any machine adjustments within your capabilities
  • To use company equipment (manual, electrical or mechanical) in a safe manner
  • To give training to other engineers within your expertise to increase their knowledge and understanding on equipment setup and fault finding
  • To give training to Production within your expertise to increase their knowledge and understanding on equipment setup and fault finding
  • To work in various climatic conditions where required providing PPE has been supplied
  • Maintain effective and appropriate communication with your colleagues at all times
  • To keep the Engineering Manager informed of any problems encountered with any process or equipment issues you are dealing with
  • To assist in relevant projects and machine modification as and when required
  • To undertake training offered by the company relevant to your position or for the good of the company
  • To ensure an effective shift handover is undertaken with the oncoming shift and work is logged according to workshop requirement To follow and adhere to planned maintenance programs
  • To fault find and repair equipment to a satisfactory standard
  • To undertake any machine adjustments within your capabilities
  • To use company equipment (manual, electrical or mechanical) in a safe manner
  • To give training to other engineers within your expertise to increase their knowledge and understanding on equipment setup and fault finding
  • To give training to Production within your expertise to increase their knowledge and understanding on equipment setup and fault finding
  • To work in various climatic conditions where required providing PPE has been supplied
  • Maintain effective and appropriate communication with your colleagues at all times
  • To keep the Engineering Manager informed of any problems encountered with any process or equipment issues you are dealing with
  • To assist in relevant projects and machine modification as and when required
  • To undertake training offered by the company relevant to your position or for the good of the company
  • To ensure an effective shift handover is undertaken with the oncoming shift and work is logged according to workshop requirement

Qualifications required

  • To have completed a recognised apprenticeship or equivalent
  • To be qualified to BTEC or equivalent NVQ in Electrical engineering

Skills required

  • To hold 17th edition IEE Electrical Regulations Certificate
  • To be computer literate or be prepared to train to a satisfactory level

If you feel you have the skills and experience required for this role please click the link to apply