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Shift Maintenance Engineer

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Job ID:

1724599

Location:

Cornwall 

Salary:

per annum
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Job Views:

5

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

12/10/2020

Closing Date:

09/11/2020
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Job Description:

Job Purpose:

To supply an Engineering service to all areas of the plant, ensuring safe and reliable running of all machinery and services on site.

Must Haves:

* Time served engineering apprenticeship

* Professional electrical/or mechanical qualification and experience.

* Manufacturing or car mechanic experience

* PC literate.

* Decision making ability and to use own initiative.

* Be proactive and innovative in approach to work.

* Have the ability to work both individually and as part of a team.

* Work without direct supervision, being self-motivated and able to prioritise own workload.

* Demonstrate flexibility by adapting quickly to each situation, as they arise.

* Communicate well, both written and verbal with all levels and all departments.

* Knowledge of machinery hydraulics, pneumatics, steam systems, maintenance. Programmes etc..

* Expansion/Moulding process experience preferred.

Role Accountabilities:

1- Read Technical drawings and schematics in order to fix the fault or improve the problem.

2- Starting and shutting down the plant equipment including steam and water systems.

3- Assist with the preparation of the boilers, vessels etc. for insurance inspections.

4- Responsible for electrical and mechanical fault-finding, repairs and planned preventative maintenance in all areas of the plant.

5- Isolation for electrical circuits and mechanical systems in a safe manner, in accordance with all current relevant regulations and site safe working procedures.

6- Proactively review plant condition and thereafter highlight and follow-up on machine faults, ensuring correct communication of fault, action taken, and further action required.

7- Ensure good communication and handover of information between shifts and between production personnel at all times.

8- Provide a comprehensive and proactive service to the plant.

9- Permit issue, following group standard procedures.

Desirable:

Knowledge of EPS/EPP (expanded polystyrene/polypropylene) moulding
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Shift Maintenance Engineer

col-narrow-left 

Job ID:

1724599

Location:

Cornwall 

Salary:

per annum
col-narrow-right 

Job Views:

5

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

12/10/2020

Closing Date:

09/11/2020
col-wide 

Job Description:

Job Purpose:

To supply an Engineering service to all areas of the plant, ensuring safe and reliable running of all machinery and services on site.

Must Haves:

* Time served engineering apprenticeship

* Professional electrical/or mechanical qualification and experience.

* Manufacturing or car mechanic experience

* PC literate.

* Decision making ability and to use own initiative.

* Be proactive and innovative in approach to work.

* Have the ability to work both individually and as part of a team.

* Work without direct supervision, being self-motivated and able to prioritise own workload.

* Demonstrate flexibility by adapting quickly to each situation, as they arise.

* Communicate well, both written and verbal with all levels and all departments.

* Knowledge of machinery hydraulics, pneumatics, steam systems, maintenance. Programmes etc..

* Expansion/Moulding process experience preferred.

Role Accountabilities:

1- Read Technical drawings and schematics in order to fix the fault or improve the problem.

2- Starting and shutting down the plant equipment including steam and water systems.

3- Assist with the preparation of the boilers, vessels etc. for insurance inspections.

4- Responsible for electrical and mechanical fault-finding, repairs and planned preventative maintenance in all areas of the plant.

5- Isolation for electrical circuits and mechanical systems in a safe manner, in accordance with all current relevant regulations and site safe working procedures.

6- Proactively review plant condition and thereafter highlight and follow-up on machine faults, ensuring correct communication of fault, action taken, and further action required.

7- Ensure good communication and handover of information between shifts and between production personnel at all times.

8- Provide a comprehensive and proactive service to the plant.

9- Permit issue, following group standard procedures.

Desirable:

Knowledge of EPS/EPP (expanded polystyrene/polypropylene) moulding