Maintenance Engineer

We have an excellent opportunity for a Multi-skilled Maintenance Engineer who is interested in moving to a global business in County Down, where there has been heavy investment and commitment to excellence.  This company has significantly grown in recent years and been exceptionally busy during the Pandemic, increasing its already significant product range.
This is a DAYS role – no nights, no weekends! – 7.45am-7.45pm working 7 days in 14.
Main function:  To improve the overall efficiency of the company through the effective management of new product introduction (NPI), planning records and shop floor support.
Job Description
As a Multi-Skilled Engineer, you’ll be responsible for;
    • Supporting the Manufacturing Plant, equipment, and buildings to ensure optimum production performance at all times.
    • Completing all preventative and general maintenance work on site on time, maintaining all equipment to the manufacturer’s recommendations, and ensuring all records are completed and always up to date.
    • Dealing with unscheduled and emergency maintenance work and breakdowns, including fault finding and necessary repair in a safe and timely manner; conduct root cause analysis on shift, documenting and communicating immediate countermeasures and long-term actions to prevent re-occurrence and allow accurate reporting to the Shift Manager for the shift log.
    • Be proactive in predicting, detecting, reporting, and diagnosing potential and existing software, electrical and mechanical problems on all equipment to identify issues and faults, solve problems, and increase the reliability, availability, and utilisation of the plant.
    • Maintain factory services in excellent order, utilise 5S system, and ensure housekeeping is kept to the highest standard in all areas of responsibility for the Engineering Dept.
    • Improving OEE and working to Departmental KPI’s
What skills and experience are we looking for?
      • Have a recognised electrical and/or mechanical engineering qualification to HNC/HND Level
      • Electrical and/or mechanical engineering apprentice trained.
      • Proven pneumatic, hydraulic, mechanical and electrical knowledge including PLCs, three phase, inverters, control panels, sensors.
      • It would be desirable for the candidate to hold an  IOSH Managing Safely accreditation
      • Experience of working in a continuous manufacturing process environment using TPM and other preventative maintenance systems is essential.
      • Desirable to have experience on working on production assembly lines
Salary:  DOE
 To perform any other duties appropriate to the grade and role of the post holder.
NB:   Candidates must already be eligible to work in the UK.
To apply please forward your CV (in WORD format only please) to Sean Metrustry – or by phone 028 9446 2620.
TechMet is a dedicated Engineering and Technical Recruitment Consultancy.  
The consultant managing your application will be degree qualified with relevant industry experience.   They are professionally qualified to advise on your technical suitability for this role or other vacancies.