Shift Engineer Positions - Various Locations
Locations: Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, Warwickshire, West Midlands
Salary: from £35K-40K (shift pattern varied for different companies)
Job Reference: DP/2964
Engineers! We are currently recruiting Shift Engineers for various food manufacturers in the Midlands. Different roles have different shift patterns and location across the area.
- Maintenance Activities
- Continuous Improvement
- Procedures and Practices
You will work towards continuous improvement of all machinery equipment and ways of working in line with business strategy. Be prepared to get your hands dirty!
In this role, you will be responsible for carrying out planned and reactive maintenance activities to minimize downtime and reduce quality issues and comply with legislative, business and site procedures and practices, as well as supporting NPD department with any initiatives. You'll support and coach relevant employees in all aspects of shared maintenance and work alongside side Engineering team.
- Recognised engineering qualification
- Experience with fault diagnosis and breakdown repairs
- Manufacturing environment experience
Previous experience in multi-skilled engineering is essential, both mechanical and electrical; this could either be through an engineering apprenticeship, degree or HNC. It would be desirable if you had previous experience in Food Manufacturing / FMCG, however any experience in relevant sector will be considered. Knowledge and experience with fault diagnosis, breakdown repairs and wrapping machines is preffered.
You will have an ability to work in a team and on own initiative while supporting your colleagues if help is needed.
Get in touch! If you think this role is for you, send me your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org with DP/2964 as a subject or give me a call on 0161 832 7463 (work) / 07740586956 (mobile), and I'll be more than happy to have a chat and give you more information!
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