Maintenance Engineer

  • Permanent
  • Colne, Lancashire
  • Posted: 21st July 2020
  • Salary: £36000 - £38000 per annum
  • Duration:
  • Reference: BBBH6349
  • Industry:
  • Location: Colne, Lancashire
  • Start Date: Immediate
  • Skills:

Maintenance Engineers are essential for the continuous growth for one of the most successful Food Manufacturer in the UK.

With the company being know in the industry for its ongoing progression and development within the Maintenance Department, you will be guaranteed to be part of an organisation that value both their mechanical and electrical engineers and are constantly wanting to help motivate, empower and challenge them every day.

It’s time to start looking at Engineering with a new perspective! This Innovative Company are needing someone like yourself to assist with their new outlook on change.

Maintenance Engineers can expect to receive a very competitive package and the opportunity to work Monday to Fri Days or Double Days!

The role is varied, you will be joining a Maintenance team, working in a highly automated environment where every day is different. There is always a project that you can get stuck into and you will always be supported with excellent training programmes and a clear progression path for you to develop your career.

If you are an experienced Maintenance Engineer from a Food or FMCG background with a relevant qualification/apprenticeship to Level 3 or above then please apply now or get in touch with Charlotte at E3 Recruitment on 01484 645 269!



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