First Achieve's Engineering Division are working in partnership with an international leader within the Food Manufacturing industry. Their Client list spans across 100+ countries & they offer a very broad range of products. As a result of further growth, they are looking to bolster their Engineering Team, with a Multi-Skilled Maintenance Engineer, to work out of their state-of-the-art Facility in the Northampton Area.
Package on Offer;
Circa £38,000 Salary
Over-Time Paid at Enhanced Rates
Monday - Friday (2.30pm to 11.00pm)
Permanent Position, with Future Prospects for Development & Progression
Repair and maintain all equipment to the manufacturer's standard, minimising down time across the food manufacturing site
Ensure all breakdowns and repairs are left in a safe condition
Carry out electrical testing and repair work
Ensure all documentation is complete
Record all work either in a log book or on computer
Maintain relevant systems of work and record keeping as required by statutory, customer and factory requirements
Communicate with team members, production managers and supervisors regarding breakdowns
Update information on timescales to the best of your knowledge.
Time-Served Multi-Skilled Maintenance Engineer
HNC/HND Qualification in a relevant Engineering Discipline
Fault Finding & Root Cause Analysis Experience
Fantastic Engineering Practices
Must be able to work on your own initiative
17th / 18th Edition
Food Hygiene L3
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a growing organisation who offer market leading packages & has a product that will never go out of fashion. If you're looking for a company who can offer you stability for many years to come, APPLY TODAY & One of our Engineering Consultant's will be in touch to discuss in further detail - Or Call the Office on & Ask for Warren.
Date listed: 17/04/2019
Ends on: 15/05/2019
Location: Northampton, Great Britain
Employment Details: permanent, full time standard full time hours
Yearly Salary: GBP £37000
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