St. Helens, Merseyside
£42000.00 - £43000.00 per annum
about 1 year ago
Maintenance Engineer - Mechanical
Location: St Helens
Annual earnings: £40K - £43K + Good Pension + Health Care + On-site services + Long-term job security + Life Assurance + Career Progression
Hours - 8 Hour shifts - Days & Nights (Set holidays, pro-rota)
Type Staff / Permanent
Currently recruiting for a Maintenance Engineer - Ideally Mechanical biased. To work for a well known client on a Process Plant with a wide range of equipment, Engineers familiar with in depth process from within a Manufacturing environment are encouraged to apply. Ideal backgrounds could be (but not limited too). Food, Automotive, COMAH / Chemicals, Quarry's & Asphalt Plants, etc.
- Perform reactive and planned maintenance on a large varied production site
- Fabrication and welding of parts and machinery (on-site)
- Project work - Continuous improvement, upgrades, installations etc.
- Implementing and suggestion Continuous improvements
- Working closely with other areas of the business i.e Quality, Production etc.
- Promote Safe working
- Daily usage of the CMMS system
- Promote H&S
- Visual inspections of machinery on site
- Apprentice trained - Mechanical
- HNC / HND Mech - Not essential
- Must come from a Maintenance / Production background
- Electrical skills - Fault finding, good overall understanding of Drives, Systems, electrical safety
The Site / Company
- Profitable company, investment into the plant & promotions.
- Lots of career progression opportunities
To apply please send CV to Chris Wakefield at Morson or call 0161 .- 707 .- 1516 to discuss
FMCG, automated warehousing, stackers, sorters / sortation, robotics, sensors, scanners, labelers, conveyors, packaging or printing, materials handling, recycling plant, foundry, chemical plant, brewery, paper mill, cement works, brick works, asphalt plant, manufacturing plant, electromechanical / automated plant. Ex Forces engineers, raf, reme, navy, marine, HV switching, HNC / HND / Time served / formal apprenticeship, Drives, inverter drives, Instrumentation