Maintenance Engineer

  • Permanent
  • Manchester, Greater Manchester
  • Posted: 12th February 2024
  • Salary: Up to £42500.00 per annum
  • Duration:
  • Reference: BBBH13008
  • Industry:
  • Location: Manchester, Greater Manchester
  • Start Date: ASAP
  • Skills:

The Maintenance Engineer vacancy is working with a market leading manufacturing firm based in the Stretford area of Manchester. The position offers excellent opportunities for both training and career development. The client have large CAPEX and investment budgets.

Location: Stretford, Manchester

What’s in it for you as a Maintenance Engineer?

  • Hours of Work – Mon- Fri (Mornings and Afters) Early finish Fridays
  • Salary of £42,500 Annual pay increases
  • 33 days Holiday (Pro Rata)
  • Annual KPI Production Bonus
  • Company pension of 8% match

Training, Career and Development opportunities Main Duties & Responsibilities of Maintenance Engineer include;

  • Providing plant-wide maintenance service, departmental support and repairs ensuring that all production targets are maintained – maintaining factory manufacturing machinery
  • Monitor & supply Engineering support of machine set-up & changeovers to ensure that the product conforms to any quality assurance standards and ensuring changeovers are as efficient as possible.

Experience and Qualifications Required for Maintenance Engineer;

  • Recognised Engineering Apprenticeship & Qualification or equivalent, e.g. NVQ, City and Guilds, ONC, BTEC or above – Mechanical or Electrical
  • High degree of Health & Safety awareness.
  • Ability to fault find, repair and provide solutions to problems.
  • Maintenance Engineer experience or qualifications of a Maintenance Engineer

The position may suit a Mechanical Maintenance Engineer, Electrical maintenance engineer, maintenance fitter, maintenance electrician, multi-skilled engineer etc



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