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Maintenance Engineer - Electrical Bias - Nights
ALTERNATIVE JOB TITLES: Maintenance Electrician, Multiskilled Engineer, Factory Electrical Engineer, Industrial Electrician, Maintenance Engineer, Multi-skilled Electrician, Mechanical Fitter, Multi-skilled Maintenance Engineer
SALARY: £37-41,000 + Overtime + £500 attendance bonus + Package.
CONTRACT TYPE: Permanent
HOURS: Nights -10.00pm - 06.00am Mon to Thursday and 18.00 - 24.00 Friday
Our client is the UK's leading independent manufacturer of packaging products. They have earned a deserved reputation for the quality of both their products and service. They have achieved this by continually investing in cutting edge technology within their production facility and, importantly, having a well trained and motivated workforce.
Due to retirement they now an additional Night shift Multiskilled Factory Maintenance Engineer with strong electrical skills - to join their team. Working as a part of a team you will be responsible for fault finding and repair a range of manufacturing equipment - including maintenance and fitting of steam boilers/steam lines and installations. Although overtime is not guaranteed there has been considerable available over the last few years with Engineers who volunteer for overtime earning in excess of £50Kpa.
Our client is looking for strong team player with the desire to learn and forge a career, experience within a similar environment is essential. The right candidate will possess the following background and skills set;
* Maintenance background in a manufacturing industry
* Good electrical understanding
* Ability to read and interpret engineering drawings
* Pneumatics & Hydraulics knowledge
* Pc literate
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