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Maintenance Engineer


Job Description:

Maintenance Engineer



Monday-Friday Days,  2 weeks mornings 6am-2pm  / 1 week afternoons rotating 2pm-10pm 


The Company:

They are a family owned business who manufacture out of a state of the art site and boast one of the best retention rates within the maintenance team in Birmingham, most of the engineers have been there 10 years + and they are only recruiting due to growth. Due to expansion and coming off one of the best years they have had profit wise, they are looking to continue on this upwards trajectory by recruiting another electrically biased maintenance engineer. Some of the machinery you will be working on will include conveyors,  Ishida Check Weighs to Ilapak Baggers, Compactor Machinery and Jungheinrich Pump Trucks and much more. 


Why work for us as a maintenance engineer?

  • Days only! no nights 
  • State of the art clean environment
  • Won some brand new contracts and always growing
  • Full training on bespoke machinery for the maintenance engineer


Experience required for the electrically biased maintenance engineer:

  • Minimum 3 year’s experience working as an electrically biased Maintenance Engineer ideally within a fast paced manufacturing environment
  • Knowledge of packaging machines is extremely advantageous
  • Qualified in an Engineering discipline – C&G/NVQ
  • Must have knowledge of 3-phase motors, contactors, sensors, relays and general electrical fault finding, PLC knowledge is advantageous but not essential
  • Need to be mechanically sound
  • Any Maintenance Engineer from a manufacturing environment welcome – FMCG, Food, plastic, packaging, Pharmaceutical, foundry, brick, distribution, automotive, metals, RAF, Forces etc
  • Job Type

    Permanent, Full Time

  • Work Authorisation

    United Kingdom

  • Industry Sector Engineering, Utilities
  • Educational level

    Some Secondary School Coursework

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