Maintenance Engineer - Cornwall

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Negotiable

Permanent

Description

The Role:

Working as an electrically biased maintenance engineer you will provide engineering support to the site processes, plant and equipment. You will contribute to the site production plan supporting the wider maintenance team with PM’s, PPM’s, fault log work and site action log work to ensure consistency and quality of service. You will act as a mentor to the other engineers, technicians and apprentices providing support and guidance where necessary.

You:

To be considered for the role of electrically biased maintenance engineer you will ideally hold a post-apprenticeship level (or equivalents) within an engineering discipline, be from a fast-paced production environment and have a proven track record of working under your own initiative. Any experience from a food production facility would be advantageous although not essential.

The Package:

The salary on offer for the electrically biased maintenance engineer will be up to £40,000 and will have a 4 on 4 off shift pattern – days & nights.

The role is based in Davidstow, Cornwall.

APPLY NOW:

If you’d like to find out more about the electrically biased maintenance engineer role, then please send your CV to Victoria Stevenson / or call me on (phone number removed)

JAM Recruitment is acting as an employment agency with regards to this position.

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