We are seeking to recruit a proven Maintenance Electrician to join our plant Maintenance and Production team to support our operation within the Midlands region. As a Maintenance Electrician you will be required to undertake planned and reactive maintenance tasks throughout our facility and improve and maintain plant reliability.
Some may include:
Essential planned maintenance and necessary repairs to keep the factory in good working order.
Provide electrical maintenance cover through effective and efficient response to plant breakdowns throughout the factory.
Learning necessary skills to be able to operate all areas of plant to ensure correct operation following maintenance work.
Taking a leading role in on-going process improvement throughout the factory developing new ideas and better solutions.
You must be qualified Electrically i.e. NVQ/ Apprenticeship / City & Guilds and hold experience as an Electrician/ Engineer, we would be interested in talking to Maintenance Engineers as well.
You must be capable of programming Inverter Motor Controls, and to fault find on hydraulic and pneumatic control systems.
You must also have some understanding of Siemens S5 and S7 PLC equipment & programming skills.
As well as an Electrical Maintenance ability having gained your experience of supporting plant within a heavy engineering environment such as chemical processing, oil refineries, quarrying, recycling, power generation, steel works or within a heavy plant overhaul support organisation.
Salary is £34,000 with plenty of scope for overtime, plus annual leave, holiday and a shift pattern of 5 on, 5 off, 4 on 4 off, 5 on, 5 offs, between 06:00 - 18:00hrs & 18:00 - 06:00 rotating days and nights.
This role is commutable from Leicester, Tamworth, Hinckley, Burton upon Trent and Loughborough
Client is a global manufacturer of heavy engineering products and services that deliver lifecycle solutions to maximize customer return on investment. They deliver lifecycle solutions to a broad range of industries, including construction, infrastructure, manufacturing, shipping, transportation, refining, energy, utility, quarrying and mining.
As a Design Engineer, reporting to the Engineering Manager, you will be responsible for a wide variety of engineering tasks.
Key Reasons to Join This Business:
UK and Global travel opportunities
Opportunities to progress through the design structure
Exposure to customers & all areas of the business including manufacture
Working for a global leader
Exciting projects & opportunities to innovate including patent designs
Complete Engineering Change Notice (ECN) for release to document control
Interfaces with R&D for key product supplier formulating test plans/executing test plans
Assign and conduct drawing changes and updates
Create technical specifications to support new and existing products to facilitate product assembly
Review technical documentation for accuracy
Design parts and assemblies as designated.
Work with production team members to understand and resolve problems
Degree educated or equivalent in Engineering
Design experience heavy equipment design would be highly advantageous
Competent user of 3D Solid Modelling CAD, ideally Pro-Engineer / Creo Parametric and familiarity with Product Data Management (PDM) systems
Good technical expertise in mechanical and hydraulic systems
A good understanding of the various applications that the equipment can operate in along with an appreciation for the expected performance of the machines.
Creativity and innovative thinking
Experience with Oracle TMS a plus
Good English communication skill, both written and spoken;
Good Presentation and interpersonal skills.
Candidates should have a “can do” attitude and be able to work as part of a team to meet the deadlines required
£28,000 - £32,000 (negotiable)
Commutable from Leicester, Derby, Nottingham, Loughborough, Burton upon Trent, Hinckley, Nuneaton