Description: Multi Skilled electrically biased shift maintenance engineer required to join an established and professional team undertaking PPM and reactive maintenance activities within a busy automated warehouse and distribution centre environment.
Salary: to £34,500 + overtime + generous benefits package including 33 days holiday + 5% matched pension
Our client is recognized as one of the UK’s market leaders in the area of automated materials handling solutions, and as a result of continued success and an ongoing programme of strategic growth, they are now looking to recruit a multi skilled, electrically biased maintenance engineer to complement their existing professional team.
The site operates on a 24/7 basis, and the role necessitates working on a 3 shift basis (week of mornings, week of afternoons and week of nights – 8pm to 6am, 6am to 1pm and 1pm to 9pm), and it is envisaged that the successful candidate will be qualified to at least ONC or above in a relevant engineering discipline and possess 17th Edition IEE regs certification.
With the company priding itself on the high-quality service it provides to its’ customer, it is essential that they now recruit a committed and highly professional maintenance engineer to ensure conveyors, cranes and other materials handling equipment are maintained to the highest standards and the systems meet the required demands. Reporting to the Site Supervisor, core responsibilities for this electrically biased multi discipline shift maintenance position will include:
- Conducting reactive and PPM maintenance on automated crane and materials handling systems
- Facilities maintenance activities on both site buildings and associated equipment in accordance with relevant H&S legislation
- Monitoring the operation and ensuring stoppages are dealt with promptly
- Assisting the site manager with any safety issues which may arise
- Using the computerised system to monitor site activity
- Advising customers of any stock related issues
- Promoting any enhancements or additions required via correct channels
- Provide cover alongside other team members for holidays and sickness
You must be able to work on a shift basis – with the pattern being as follows:
WEEK 1 - 7 nights on (Friday night 10 hours – Saturday and Sunday 12 hours - Monday to Thursday 9 hours) followed by 3 days off.
WEEK 2 - 5 lates (Monday to Thursday – 8 hours and Friday 7 hours) followed by 2 days off
WEEK 3 - 7 earlies (Monday to Friday – 7 hours and Saturday and Sunday – 12 hours) followed by 11 days off.