- by Stirling Warrington
- Location Wolverhampton, West Midlands (County), UK
£44,600 - £44,800 / year
48 days ago
£44,600 + 16% pension & 41 days holiday
Shift Pattern: 3 shift rotation Monday-Friday (always early finish Fridays) - 36 hours a week!
What’s in it for you?
- 16% pension
- Sick pay – 80% of salary
- 41 days - broken down: 25 days holiday + 8 bank holidays + option to buy 8 days) options to but taken out as a salary sacrifice
- 3 x salary DIS
- All overtime is paid at x1.5 during the week and double time at the weekend for Maintenance Engineers
- Brand new factory which is exceptionally clean
- Working on state-of-the-art machinery such as robotics
- Brand new canteen with free voucher every week for one meal
My Client are a leading tier 1 Automotive manufacturer who have had a significant £50,000,000 investment over the last few years. They have opened a brand new 50,000 square foot state of the art factory in the Wolverhampton area which will supply their major customers. This growth focuses mainly on the build of battery boxes for electrical vehicles – a market that is only on the up, whereby they have managed to triple their net profit since 2020. The machinery you will be working on will compromise of laser cells for cutting and welding amongst other automated machinery which includes ABB, Motorman and Fanuc Robot cells. This role will suit any Maintenance Engineer who wants to work in a clean state of the art automated environment with progression opportunities. This company has a full order book and will only get bigger and better with their investment towards the supply of critical parts for electric vehicles.
- At least three years working as a Multi-Skilled Maintenance Engineer
- Electrically qualified – Level 3 in C&G/NVQ
- Experience with robot cells/welding cells/robotics/automotive environment would be highly advantageous
- Exp. With PLC fault finding – looking at inputs/outputs
- Multi-skilled Maintenance Engineer from any background welcome to apply: Food, FMCG, Packaging, recycling, heavy, metal processing, plastics, automotive, Building products etc.
Permanent, Full Time
- Industry Sector Engineering, Utilities
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