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Multi Skilled Technician – Mechanical Bias (Days)

Reference No:
J8434
Region:
Co Durham
Salary:
£27k (DOE) + Overtime
Industry Sector:
Engineering
Status:
Permanent
Date posted:
10 August 2017
Expiry date:
10 September 2017
Job Role:
Maintenance

Company Description


We are proud to be working in partnership with an industry leader in the supply of specialist manufacturing solutions across the UK. An exciting opportunity has arisen within their County Durham site for an experienced Multi Skilled Technician who is mechanically bias.

We believe this is genuinely an outstanding career move for a multi skilled professional looking to further their career. Following our site meeting with the client we were truly impressed regarding the vision the MD has for the company, the improvements already implemented and the investment planned for this year and into 2018. You will be joining a company which is evolving on a daily basis, with incredible plans for new equipment, automation, improvement projects and site changes. The company are a happy to recruit a recently qualified apprentice who they can train and develop further or an experienced Technician who is able to support the business with their skills and knowledge.

Please apply immediately for a further confidential discussion.

Job Specification


The Role

 

  • To undertake tasks as defined in the Planned Preventative Maintenance System.
  • Resolve machine breakdowns in a timely and efficient manner
  • Identify and implement new items or schedule alterations as required.     
  • Identify and rectify equipment or plant failures.
  • Installation of new or existing equipment and plant.        
  • Maintenance of a stock control system for spares.        
  • Lead and create improvement plans for the elimination of waste throughout the process.
  • Continually monitor process performance to ensure optimisation.
  • Continually monitor process performance through uptime/downtime and capacity to develop action plans for improvement.

 

The Person

 

  • Nationally Recognised Electrical Apprenticeship (City & Guilds / BTEC Higher)
  • It is essential you have completed a recognised mechanical apprenticeship.       
  • Previous “hands on” maintenance experience is essential.      
  • You must also have previously worked in a manufacturing environment.   
  • You must be mechanically biased.

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