Maintenance Engineer / Shift

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    Bristol, England

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    £40000.00 - £42500.00 per annum + Dependant on skill set

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    Charlie Moore

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    2 months ago

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Maintenance Engineer / Shift

Location: Avonmouth

Salary: £40,000 to £42,500 per annum, benefits include: bonus, overtime, healthcare, 10% pension contribution

Shift plan: (4 on, 5 off) and (5 on, 4 off) and (5 on 5 off) - 2 days, 3 nights. This Rota means that if you have worked a weekend, you will be off the following weekend. (7-7 shifts). Including Holidays you could be off for over 50% of the year.


  • NVQ Level 3 (or equivalent) in Engineering
  • Experience on mechanical and electrical maintenance
  • Safety conscious and aware when working
  • Can do attitude and initiative
  • Excellent training provided Engineers from all backgrounds considered

The role:

  • Carry out maintenance on a variety of Electromechanical machinery, plant equipment and appliances
  • General building maintenance PPM's, reactive maintenance and remedial work
  • Monitor and report machine performance
  • Provide a response to breakdowns and maintaining uptime

Site overview:

  • Clean environment with cutting edge Machinery and equipment
  • Large engineering team (55+ in dept) and experienced managers and supervisors to learn from
  • Very secure company with planned growth in future, regularly invests in new equipment

To apply please send CV to Charlie Moore at Morson or call 0161 .- 707 .- 1516 to discuss

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