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Multi Skilled Maintenance Engineer

Imagefarm Limited
London (Greater)
Up to £50k
Closing date
9 Dec 2020

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Business Sector
Food Manufacturing
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Job Details

The Role:

  • Working closely with production team to ensure optimum efficiency & minimise downtime.
  • Working towards high standards of hygiene & health & safety across the site.
  • Process engineering and optimisation of the production line where possible
  • Basic building and site maintenance
  • Proactive in sourcing and implementing comprehensive spare parts system
  • You will be able to co-ordinate the installation of new / refurbished equipment as and when required, as well as being proactive in the sourcing of equipment.

The Person:

  • Knowledge of simple hydraulic and pneumatics.
  • Experience carrying out planned and reactive maintenance.
  • Willing to undertake training, high standards of work and determined to solve problems.
  • Comfortable working outside hours when necessary.
  • Enthusiasm, Passion, Drive, Attitude and Commitment – Essential.
  • Great communicator in both written and spoken English.
  • Full UK driving license.
  • FMCG background preferred.
  • Team player with the ability to work alone too.


We are a well-established BRC accredited Frozen Food Manufacturer in London NW10 and are now recruiting for a multi skilled maintenance engineer to join our growing business. For over 30 years this business has been supplying products across the foodservice and retail sectors in the UK. Working Mon-Fri a rarity in FMCG! This is a great opportunity for a highly experienced multi skilled engineer to join our friendly family business and have complete autonomy over the maintenance of the food production equipment.

Find Us
020 8963 1277
175 Brent Crescent
NW10 7XR
United Kingdom
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