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Maintenance Engineer


Job Description:

Maintenance Engineer

£ 42,000

Double Days, Week 1 : 6am - 2pm // Week 2 : 2pm - 10pm 
Monday – Friday


The Company:

Due to a period of growth my client is looking for an additional electrically biased maintenance engineer. They have recently invested millions of pounds into new machinery, vastly improving the factory and working conditions, upgrading to a state of the art environment. Their order book is very healthy,  increasing annually, which assures your job security in these difficult economic times. 

As a maintenance engineer your role will be a mix of reactive and preventative planned maintenance, working on: 

  • ABB robots, Pick and place robots, vacuum ovens, chemical plant mechanics, punch tools, presses, and bespoke machinery

You will also have exposure to Siemens S7, Allen Bradley, Omron, Mitsubishi and Telemecanique to increase your knowledge of PLC fault finding.



  • No nights
  • Automated, clean, environment
  • 22 days holiday
  • Competitive 8 % pension
  • Assured job security in difficult economic times
  • Competitive overtime 
  • Training offered to improve maintenance engineer skill set 


Experience required:

  • Qualified to level 3 (NVQ/C&G) with an electrical discipline
  • At least 3 years’ experience maintaining/repairing special purpose machinery
  • Multi-skilled or electrically bias maintenance engineer 
  • PLC knowledge is advantageous
  • Must be able to fault find well electrically, read drawings, open a panel and identify and fix a fault etc.
  • Any maintenance engineer from manufacturing or ex-forces welcome to apply – FMCG, Food, plastic, packaging, Pharmaceutical, foundry, brick, distribution, automotive, metals, etc.
  • Job Type

    Permanent, Full Time

  • Work Authorisation

    United Kingdom

  • Industry Sector Engineering, Utilities
  • Educational level

    Some Secondary School Coursework

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