An opportunity for an Electrically biased Maintenance Engineer to work in a leading distribution environment. The company is one the of most stable organisations in the the country and can offer challenges as well as career opportunities for a successful applicant
The Role (Maintenance Engineer):
Reporting to the Engineering Team Coach on a rotating shift basis, you will be responsible for performing corrective/preventive maintenance tasks compliant with Asset Care Schedules and recognised diagnostic procedures to resolve automation asset faults and breakdowns.
Key aspects of the role include:
o Perform day-to-day delivery of maintenance tasks, specifically preventative/predictive maintenance, corrective maintenance and conduct performance improvement initiatives.
o Provide effective and efficient support to the Plant Engineering Manager, Maintenance Team Leader and Engineering Team Coaches, including input into the compilation of end of shift reports, root cause analysis, fault logging and data entry.
o Identify the root cause of automation faults/breakdowns and prioritize corrective actions to meet operational processing objectives in association with team leaders, making full use of the relevant central support systems.
o Monitor and review day-to-day equipment performance and improve automation outputs in partnership with operations.
The Person (Maintenance Engineer)
Qualified in electrical and mechanical engineering (minimum ONC Electrical Engineering (or equivalent), you will have experience of working as part of an effective maintenance team through a period of considerable change and investment in technology.