Overview (Maintenance Engineer)
An automotive (tier 1) manufacturing plant require a Mechnically biased Multi-Skilled Maintenance Engineer. Working in an automotive pressing and welding site. As the Maintenance engineer, you should optimise, improve and insure the Long-Term sustainability of the plant.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Carrying out routine scheduled maintenance work and responding to equipment faults
- Ensure that equipment is in good working order so as to prevent disruption of activities
- Diagnosing breakdown problems
- Fitting new arts and making sure equipment is working correctly
- Liaising with other engineering and production colleagues
- Arranging specialist procurement of fixtures, fittings or components
- Controlling maintenance tools, stores and equipment
- Dealing with emergencies, unplanned problems and repairs
- Improving health and safety policies and procedures
- Working with specialist equipment, such as programmable logic controllers (PLC), which control machinery on factory assembly lines
- Ensuring there is continuous cover of the machinery and equipment in case of breakdowns
- Use the CMMS system to log all machine downtime data
- Maintain the engineering stores system
- First Line reactive maintenance
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