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Job Descriptions

A market leader within the beverage sector who continues to successfully strive forwards despite these challenging times seeks to recruit a Junior Maintenance Engineer to join their family feel team.

The Junior Maintenance Engineer will maximise machinery up time by offering first line maintenance supporting fast moving machinery.


  • As a Junior Maintenance Engineer you will be responsible for running the machine, ensuring smooth running and care of production line equipment across your area.
  • Minimising downtime issues by fault finding and problem solving.
  • Work will be reactive, responding to breakdowns and H&S issues, or planned following preventative maintenance schedules. 
  • Working as part of a team or stand alone will be essential in this varied and challenging role.
  • This role is based Monday – Friday and will be covering alternating 6am – 2pm AM / 2pm – 10pm PM shifts 


The successful Junior Maintenance Engineer:

  • Qualified in an Engineering discipline (either Electrical or Mechanical) City & Guilds Level 2 or above.
  • A strong work ethic and an ability to react to pressure situations in the correct manner.
  • Must have a strong understanding of the core principle of machinery fault finding.
  • Some demonstrable experience in a hands on maintenance role and machine minding.

In return you will be joining a welcoming team with a long standing organisation who are thriving in the current climate that can offer training and development to Engineers who are seeking to develop their skills. The salary is up to £26,000 + overtime, 28 days holiday and company pension. 

If you are interested or would like to find out more, please apply immediately for a confidential conversation and progression to interview.

Probe Technical Recruitment, a Maintenance, Reliability & Service Recruitment Specialists since 1994