We're hiring for an Electrical Maintenance Engineer working on a continental shift pattern to join a fast-paced production environment at a leading manufacturer based in the High Peak. A key focus of the role will be on breakdown diagnosis and fault finding to help ensure the smooth continuance of production.
You will be working on a variety of equipment including robots, electronic guided trucks, weighers, and conveyors. The foundations of the company are based upon the consistent quality of production, so it is paramount that the equipment is maintained to a high standard.
What’s on offer?
* £37,500 starting salary rising too £40,000 after an initial training period
* Continental Shift Pattern:
* 4 on 4 off
* 6:00 am to 6:00 pm / 6:00 pm to 6:00 am rotating
* Progression within the company
* Stable, well-established manufacturer
What will you be doing as a Electrical Maintenance Engineer?
* Electrical maintenance and breakdowns across the whole site on a wide range of machinery
* Small scale installations across the site
* Troubleshooting and diagnosing electrical issues, resolving these using a computerised maintenance software
* Supporting, suggesting and implementing electrical improvements (Safety, Technology, Process)
What do you need?
* Qualified to level 3 as a minimum (NVQ/BTEC/ONC)
* Experience in fault finding and breakdowns
* The role will be fast-paced and challenging therefore you must have an adaptable and flexible attitude and approach, and be able to keep your calm under pressure
* Excellent fault finding skills
What is desirable for the role?
* PLC experience
* Apprentice trained Electrician
If you’re experienced in electrical maintenance and are interested in joining a leading manufacturer, apply today for consideration or speak with Josh at KPJ Group for more information.
KPJ Group are a specialist Recruitment Consultancy with more than 40 years of experience delivering staffing solutions. We treat each application with a high degree of care however due to the high volume of applications are sometimes unable to contact all individuals. If you do not hear from us within 5 days of submitting your application, please assume that unfortunately you have not been shortlisted