Engineering Maintenance Technician Cheshire

Post Title: Maintenance Engineer - Cheshire

Salary: £33k - £36k (4on 4off shift system in place)

Location: Cheshire (Sandbach)

 

To apply for this vacancy please send your CV to: darren.king@fsrsolutions.co.uk

Overall Purpose:

 

Due to continued growth, we are looking to expand our engineering team, and have an opportunity for an experienced multi-skilled engineer to join our food manufacturing organisation.

Along with reactive and planned maintenance to the plant, you would be responsible for the development and implementation of line improvements, and installations and will be required to work closely with the supervisors and management to ensure targets are met on safety, output, quality, efficiency, energy and waste, communicating daily with the Engineering Manager on all production and Engineering issues.

This job opening will provide career development and the opportunity to work within a talented and friendly team. (Non FMCG experienced engineers are encouraged to apply as training will be given)

Skills/Requirements

The desired candidate would need to have served a full apprenticeship, preferably within an FMCG environment, and would need the following attributes:

  • Good practical and technical skills
  • Must be computer literate (excel/MS office/outlook etc.)
  • Communication skills
  • An understanding of engineering drawings and principles
  • The ability to work quickly and under pressure
  • The ability to manage a varied workload
  • Good problem-solving skills
  • The initiative to work on your own or as part of a team
  • An awareness of health and safety legislation

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