Electrical Maintenance Engineer (Manufacturing)
£35,000 + Healthcare Scheme + Bonus + Pension + Holiday Buy Scheme + Training And Development
Stevenston, North Ayrshire - (Commutable from: Ayre, Troon, Kilmarnock, Irvine, Dairy, Stewarton, Dunlop, Beith)
Are you a Electrically biased Maintenance Engineer from a manufacturing background looking for a stable role working day's Monday - Thursday?
On offer is the chance to get on board with this globally renowned manufacturer known for looking after their staff, who offer the opportunity for engineers to technically develop and progress.
This is an exciting time for the business due to recent investment and consistent growth they are now expanding in all areas and are looking to bolster their Engineering team with an additional Maintenance Engineer.
In this role you will be tasked with Electrical maintenance on a variety of production machinery and will collaborate with the engineering team to ensure the site is running efficiently at all times through carrying out planned, corrective and reactive electrical maintenance tasks.
This role would suit a Electrically bias Maintenance Engineer looking for a secure position and a long term career where you'll have the opportunity for professional development.
- Planned + corrective + reactive electrical maintenance tasks
- Diagnose and repair electrical break downs & carry out periodic inspection and testing
- Working 38 hours Monday - Thursday (7:00am - 16:48pm)
- Electrical Engineering qualification (HNC / NVQ / City and Guilds)
- Good working knowledge of maintenance practice
- Looking to work for a global manufacturer
Maintenance Engineer / Mechanical / Planned / Corrective / Reactive / Maintenance / Pneumatic / Hydraulic / HNC / NVQ / Stevenston
Reference Number: 208775
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