This position is a great chance for a mechanical engineer to join an expanding maintenance team operating and undertaking planned maintenance and inspections of a manufacturing plant. Offering support to the production and maintenance team and promoting the development and implementation of the factory system.
Key responsibilities of the Mechanical maintenance engineer:
I would be really keen to speak with you today if you have been working as a Mechanical Fitter, Maintenance Engineer, or Maintenance Technician with responsibility for Hydraulic or Pneumatic equipment such as pumps, pipes, pressure vessels, valves, mixers, and gearboxes. Ideally, you will have been apprentice-trained with experience on a mechanical maintenance course. If you have achieved a City and Guilds Level 3 qualification, City & Guilds Part III, BTECH Extended Diploma, or NVQ Level three as part of your apprenticeship then I really look forward to receiving your application.
This permeant role is in the Cheserton area of Stoke. The maintenance engineer will work4on 4off shift pattern. The position offers a great – training, progression and pension package. The site also offers free parking.
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