£28,926 + benefits including overtime, pension and 33 days holiday
Location: Ashby de la Zouch, Leicestershire
Description: Our client requires three enthusiastic "System re-setters", tasked with monitoring faults in a busy control room and remotely or physically resetting the equipment to ensure seamless operation.
Our client is recognized globally as a market leader in the provision of highest quality and efficient automated Materials Handling and sortation solutions for a diverse range of applications, and as a result of continued success and an ongoing programme of exciting strategic growth for 2022, they are now seeking to recruit an enthusiastic Engineering Assistant to support the activities of a busy automated environment and work as a System Re-setter
Working on a 24/7 rotating shift basis – 6.15am to 6.30pm and 6.15pm to 6.30am rotating basis each week, this is a fantastic opportunity for an unskilled, hands on, practical thinking individual who is confident in using PC’s to monitor automated systems activity and “reset” them when alerted to a fault.
An example of the work involved is the individual will monitor various PC screens and if a conveyor in part of the distribution center flags an alarm, you will either remotely reset the system or if this isn’t possible, physically go to the equipment’s location and manually reset it (a good head for heights is required as occasionally you may need to climb a crane or part of a high bay warehousing set up to reset the unit!).
Errors can arise for various reasons including product or equipment failure or even operator error and can occur anywhere in the facility, so you will enjoy being active and undertaking a variety of reset activities each day on a range of equipment, occasionally being involved in recording spares part usage and recording maintenance reports and job sheets, and assisting the team in other maintenance activities when required as well as being able to assess when to escalate issues that can’t be resolved through normal processes.
In an environment committed to the highest levels of health and safety and working as part of a multi skilled team, this is genuinely one of those rare opportunities for someone with good communication skills at all levels to try something different – use your skills and initiative to keep the operation running smoothly – and potentially develop a career and with training become a full maintenance engineer in the exciting and highly competitive world of automation and materials handling systems.