To £40k + Benefits
Our client, one of the UK’s fastest
growing FMCG Manufacturers, is recruiting for an experience hands-on Shift
Engineer to be a constant presence on their busy production lines during shift
(Monday to Friday, rotational).
Reporting into the Engineering
Supervisor you will look to apply principles of engineering, manufacturing
technology and management science to the production process in order to ensure
high levels of productivity are maintained on all the production lines.
As Manufacturing Engineer, you will:
close attendance of the Production line, in order to provide Engineering
solutions, and to assist in an operational capacity when required.
- Monitor all
machines and ancillary plant during production (whilst maintaining notes
and relevant log sheets).
- Ensure that
any rectification is followed through to a satisfactory conclusion by
effective communication with other members of the Engineering team, and
- Assist in
cold starting, size or product changes, cleaning in place and running a
machine as and when required.
preventative maintenance / lubrication schedules and liaise with
Engineering Manager(s) regarding spare parts requirements.
- Assist with
installation work and give assistance to contractors, as and when
required, ensuring that site standards are adhered to at all times.
- To ensure
that prior to carrying out any intended work the relevant Departmental
Management is notified in order to obtain permission to proceed.
- Carry out
any repair or maintenance work that is required, whilst ensuring the area
or workshop is left in a clean and safe condition.
workload and seek opportunity to complete set personal objectives.
- Provide a
detailed handover to the next shift ensuring all relevant information is
passed on and understood.
in contributing ideas and completing all tasks to improve the plant and
equipment performance, reliability and efficiency.
- Adopt and
maintain working practices learnt on training programmes.
Ideal Candidate Background:
At least 4
Year Apprenticeship training (Multi-skilled preferable)
a minimum of City & Guilds ONC or HNC
understand the changes in technology and assets to be able to improve
utilization, and to keep up with the increasingly sophisticated production
methods that are constantly emerging in industry.
Be able to recommend
solutions that address critical needs to senior management.
decision making without supervisory intervention.
Reliable & a
A can do approach
to challenges and a positive attitude.
A team player
with a positive approach to flexible work practices.
Apply now for immediate consideration.
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