Maintenance Engineer 
 
 
  • Permanent 
  • 4 on 4 off
  • West Yorkshire 
  • £32,000 - £34,000
 
 
Purpose of the role 
The Maintenance Engineer work as a support function to the production department. The department contains four engineers. The Maintenance Engineer’s priorities will be governed by the needs of the production department.
 
 
Summary:
  • Perform the day-to-day maintenance of plant and equipment, including moulding and assembly machinery, to ensure continuity of production, consistent with the Company’s goals and needs.
  • Be flexible in your approach to duties in accordance with the requirements of the business.
  • Diagnose and repair electrical/mechanical faults that occur on plant and/or equipment.
  • Assist with the maintenance program (TPM) for all plant and/or equipment. (hydraulics, robots, ancillary machines automatic assembly)
  • Validate new plant, equipment, automation and upgrades.
  • Process / Equipment troubleshooting and failure analysis
  • Ensure all items of plant and/or equipment is in good safe working order.
  • Build and maintain items and documentation within the maintenance department, necessary for the effective running of the plant and/or equipment.
  • Deliver innovative technical solutions to the plant.
  • Drive efficiency and improvement through working with other departments, suppliers and internal personnel
  • Identify opportunities for new technology/automation.
  • Maintain a high standard of record keeping for all repairs and servicing of plant and/or equipment as required for audit, traceability and warranty purposes, in accordance with the Quality Management System.
  • Routinely manage your workload using the Quality Management System (Q-Pulse) and ensure actions are completed within the required timescales.
  • Demonstrate ability to make decisions based on data.
  • Use the necessary or required internal and/or external software to facilitate this role including Q-Pulse and Microsoft.  This list is non-exhaustive.
  • Maintain the highest standards of housekeeping at all times.
  • Dismantle, inspect and overhaul equipment, as required by preventive maintenance program and production schedules.
  • Acquire and develop advanced knowledge of electronics and programming of Programmable Logic Controller
 
 
Essential 
  • The right candidate must have Electrical or Mechanical City & Guilds qualifications (or equivalent) 
  • The right candidate must have experience on Injection moulding machine, fault finding, and diagnostics
 
 
All applicants must have the right to live and work in the UK.  
 
 
Job reference: 1054  
 
 
How to Apply:  
 
Contact Jamie Hancher at Micron Recruitment or simply click to apply.  
 
Due to the sheer volume of applications, we receive, we will only contact successful applications. Therefore, if you have not heard from us within 10 working days, please deem your application as unsuccessful.   
 
Micron Recruitment is working as a recruitment agency in relation to this vacancy.