- Posted 26 October 2022
- Salary Up to £46104 per annum
- LocationCraigavon District
- DisciplineEngineering & Manufacturing Jobs
- Contact NameWarren Watson
Day shift 7am - 7pm
Vickerstock are currently working exclusively with one of Northern Irelands leading employers to recruit a Maintenance Engineers with an Electrical Bias for their site in Lurgan.
Our client is a leading provider within their sector with production sites across 35 countries.
This is a full-time permanent role within their Maintenance department, your primary focus will be to ensure the maximum uptime on machinery across the weekend day shift pattern.
Your Role as Maintenance Engineer;
Reporting to the Maintenance Supervisor, the Maintenance Engineer will:
Work continuously to ensure that all scheduled engineering maintenance works including diagnostic fault analysis are actioned.
In conjunction with the Engineering Management and Production Manager, maximise the utilisation of the site's assets while taking all opportunities to minimise costs.
Help drive the site's Net Zero Energy efforts by exploring and taking all available opportunities to reduce energy usage.
Ensure the upkeep of the assets and fabric of the site.
Carry out schedule-based maintenance work on equipment, buildings and services and repairs, overhauls and installations as appropriate. General maintenance and breakdown activities, resolving causes of defects for allocated cell/area
Fault find mechanical and/or electrical faults and repair equipment in a breakdown situation. Deliver sufficient callout support and handovers to ensure reliability and performance of the plants machinery in line with agreed service levels.
Proactively identify and deal rectify potential equipment/services issues
Work with other functions as part of the manufacturing team to ensure efficient running of the equipment and prioritize work as agreed.
Maintenance Engineer - Criteria:
Proven successful experience in a similar role.
Experience servicing and repair of electrical, electronic, mechanical, electro-mechanical and pneumatic systems.
Experience in working in a high-volume production environment with automated machinery.
IEEE or equivalent qualification.
Mechanical fault finding, maintenance and installation.
Experience in carrying out preventive Maintenance on motors, gearboxes, conveyor systems, rollers and pneumatic/hydraulic systems.
Adjust and calibrate equipment and machinery to optimal specifications.
If you are looking to advance your career as a Maintenance Engineer and meet the above criteria, then please contact Warren Watson on 02890 313720 for a fully confidential chat and/or send your CV through.