Automation Maintenance Engineers at South Midlands
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.
With a detailed understanding of Health & Safety legislation you will have first-hand experience of maintaining automation equipment, ideally Programme Logic Controllers (PLC), along with a flexible approach and the ability to communicate complex issues effectively.
Salary: Up to £38,829 per annum (dependant on experience). This role will also attract a 24 hour shift working allowance of £353.99 per month
37.5 hours per week Full time You will working on a 24 hour 7 day per week rotating shift
Pattern. Typical attendance will be 06:00 - 14:00 Mon - Fri and Sat 6am - 8pm / 14:00 - 22:00 (5 lates ) / 22:00 - 06:00 (6 nights start Sun finish Sat am ). 3 weeks on 1 week off. 1 Sunday per month. .
Extra attendance will be required across 24 hour shift during high operational pressure periods. Flexibility is essential for this role.
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:
- Perform day-to-day delivery of maintenance tasks, specifically preventative/predictive maintenance, corrective maintenance and conduct performance improvement initiatives, observing work plan compliance for Asset Care Schedules to achieve equipment optimisation.
- 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.
- Identify the root cause of automation faults/breakdowns and prioritise corrective actions to meet operational processing objectives in association with team leaders, making full use of the relevant central support systems.
- Monitor and review day-to-day equipment performance and improve automation outputs in partnership with operations.
-Implement asset updates and modifications to ensure the correct configuration and reliability of automation assets in a timely manner as directed by Team Leader
- Ensure the effective provision of automation spares, including the recording of usage and cost.
- A full UK driving licence with no more than 6 penalty points is required.