Maintenance Engineer

Job Description

Are you a talented Maintenance Engineer with a passion for ensuring the seamless operation of manufacturing processes? Are you ready to take on a pivotal role within a dynamic and innovative manufacturing environment? If so, we invite you to explore this brand-new Maintenance Engineer role in Renfrewshire.

 

What you will get in your new role

  • Generous salary of £40,000 to £45,000 per annum

  • Discounts across various brands

  • Free on-site parking

  • Private medical insurance

  • Regular company social events


Your shift pattern:

Weeks 1 & 3: Early shifts - Monday to Thursday 6am to 2pm, with a slightly shorter day on Friday, ending at 1:30pm.

Weeks 2 & 4: Late afternoon shifts - Monday to Thursday 2pm to 10pm, with Friday's shift starting at 1:30pm and ending at 9pm.

Additionally, there's the opportunity for optional weekend overtime on a rotational basis, where you'll be paid at double the regular pay rate.

 

Your new employer

Our client is a market-leading global manufacturer of innovative products. They pride themselves on their heritage and having an open approach to business, consistently striving for sustainability in all aspects of their operations. They are recognised as a trailblazer in their field and are looking for like-minded individuals to join their team.

 

Responsibilities within your new role

In your role as the Maintenance Engineer, you will shoulder a diverse array of responsibilities including contributing to all maintenance operations to guarantee the plant's availability, ensuring continuous compliance with health and safety standards, executing both mechanical and electrical maintenance tasks and engaging in planned, preventive, and predictive activities as necessary.

You will participate in plant efficiency development initiatives, and meticulously document job data before the commencement of work to anticipate potential challenges and propose pre-emptive measures.

Your success will hinge on your ability to effectively manage workloads, efficiently utilise available resources, and vigilantly monitor progress, all while fostering mutually beneficial relationships that contribute to a shared objective.

 

Your personality, experience and qualifications 

We highly value applicants who bring a strong foundation in either Mechanical or Electrical Engineering to the table, backed by a demonstrable history of excellence in their respective field. Furthermore, strong organisational skills are essential for success in this role, along with efficiently managing tasks, prioritising workloads effectively, and maintaining accurate records. This skill set, combining technical proficiency with attention to detail, diagnostic prowess and problem-solving acumen is pivotal to making a meaningful impact in your new role.

Considering the geographical location of the site, possessing a valid driver's license and having access to personal transportation is an asset.

 

Apply now!

Please send us an up-to-date copy of your CV, by clicking the Apply button. This position is only available to applicants who have immediate Right to Work in the UK and you will be required to provide evidence of such upon request. Also required are up-to-date contact details for at least 2 references.

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