|Job Title:||SHIFT ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN|
|Salary:||£35000 - £36000 per annum + BENEFITS|
|Contact Name:||Christine Edwards|
|Job Published:||17 days ago|
SHIFT ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Circa £35,000 + PAID OVERTIME
Shift Pattern; 06.00 - 14.00 / 14.00 - 22.00 / 22.00 - 06.00 / 07.00 - 15.00
A new opportunity has arisen for 2 experienced Maintenance Technicians (Electrical / Multi-skilled) to join the Engineering Team at an FMCG manufacturing company in Lancashire.
- All aspects of electrical maintenance across a large, continuous process manufacturing plant
- Ensure all plant, machinery and associated equipment is effectively maintained to achieve performance targets
- Active involvement in site-wide electrical improvement projects
- Modification of plant & equipment to improve performance
- Ensuring plant downtime is kept to a minimum to ensure the cost-effective running of the plant
- Time served Electrical or Multi-Skilled Maintenance Engineer (min NVQ3/HNC)
- Experience gained in a fast moving, continuous process manufacturing environment (Food/FMCG preferred)
- PLC fault finding experience; Siemens, Allen Bradley, Mitsubishi
- Knowledge of modern maintenance techniques; TPM, RCM, RCA, FMEA - advantageous
- Strong electrical fault-finding experience, including PLC
- Team Player
- Pro-active mind-set
APPLY NOW and one of the Recruitment Team will be in touch to progress
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At Morgan Ryder we can provide you with a full range of employment opportunities from short term and fixed term temporary vacancies to permanent positions.
We recruit for companies that operate in the following industries: Food and Drink Manufacturers, FMCG, Packaging, Engineering, Automotive, Aerospace, Warehousing, Logistics, Waste Management, Petro Chemical, Pharmaceutical, Power & Renewable Energy.
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