A stable engineering job in a growing industry is hard to come by at the minute; however, this position in the food industry provides that.
This position is an Electrically-Biased Multi-Skilled Engineering role working for a national company in the food industry. A fast-paced environment in a maintenance position means you'll be consistently engaged and challenged but you'll have the chance to learn and develop quickly.
You will be working on both the proactive and reactive elements including breakdowns, PPM and scheduled maintenance. As part of the food industry, this is a great opportunity for someone to join a growing and key industry where down time needs to be minimised.
Partnered with some of the largest brands and food companies nationally, this role gives you the chance to join a company who have invested millions over the past few years and aren't planning on stopping any time soon.
This role is electrically biased, but it is also necessary to have a good understanding of Mechanical engineering or have a multi-skilled background to be the right fit. Experience working with major brands of PLC such as Siemens and Allen-Bradley is also desirable. If you have experience in either the food or FMCG industry then this is also highly advantageous as well as being either a time served apprentice or qualified to HNC / HND level.
If you are comfortable working in a multi-skilled maintenance role in the food industry and will be able to hit the ground running then this role could be the ideal next move for you.
If this sounds like the role for you and you are ticking the boxes then I look forward to receiving your application. If you do not meet everything mentioned then do not be put off from applying as I am looking to hear from engineers of all backgrounds.
The shift pattern for this role is 4 on 4 off (2 days, 2 nights, 4 off) so you'll get a whole 4 days off between rotations.
If you're interested in this opportunity and your CV is ready then hit the apply button and expect to hear from me soon. Alternatively, if you're CV isn't ready or you just want a quick chat about the role then give me (Gianni) a call on #removed# or drop me an email at #removed#.