Are you a Maintenance Engineer with experience servicing manufacturing equipment?
Do you have strong PPM and fault-finding skills?
REED Engineering are delighted to be representing a long-standing client once again in the Milton Keynes area. This is a brand-new role due to team expansion with the business doing a record year for revenue last year. You will be part of a small team of maintenance engineers so working collaboratively is key to this role during the week. There is an on-call rota where you will need to work well as an individual for 1 weekend per month, dependent on breakdowns of course. The business manufactures components that are installed in products like mobile phones and other tech items which is why they have seen a spike in business during the Pandemic. Please see below for responsibilities and skills required:
• Installs, repairs, and maintains all site process equipment following all electrical and mechanical safe codes of practice by using manuals, schematic diagrams, and testing equipment.
• Installs, repairs, and maintains all site services to ensure they meet and remain within all regulatory safety requirements.
• Complete fault finding, planned and preventative maintenance on plant and equipment to maximise equipment reliability and performance.
• Complete regular checks and inspections of all site services ensuring any discrepancies are reported.
• Carry out minor repairs and improvements to site infrastructure.
• Deal with emergencies, unplanned problems, and repairs.
• Ensure that all department records are kept fully up to date, this supporting compliance against both internal external requirements.
• Liaise with external contractors and service engineers while they are on site repairing or servicing equipment.
• Respond to internal customer needs to maximize production uptime according to given priorities.
• Comply with site safety requirements and controls to ensure all work is carried out correctly and safely.
• Support the site Facilities Manager with any external auditing activity (for example relating to BSi ISO audits or EA/HSE regulatory inspections).
• Be a time served accredited apprentice or hold a formal engineering qualification (minimum NVQ)
• Electrical and mechanical multi-skilled background; have experience of working on electrical and mechanical process equipment and site services within a manufacturing environment.
• Multi-disciplinary engineering skills (mechanical, electrical), demonstrable experience of fault finding, high level of attention to detail and able to schedule and plan workloads efficiently.
• Experience of working with computerised maintenance management systems (CMMS) would be highly desirable.
• Monday – Friday: 8:30am – 4:30pm (30-minute break).
• 31 days paid holiday.
• Bonus scheme – 5%, rising to 7%.
• Company shares plan.