Mechanical Maintenance Fitter

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We have an excellent opportunity for a experienced Mechanical Maintenance Fitter with FMCG/Manufacturing experience to join our on-site team working on an industrial site in Northampton.
About the Company:
Musk Process Services (Musk) are a highly respected provider of engineering solutions to the manufacturing and process industries. We partner with our clients to provide a service that maintains and improves their production assets, so they meet their manufacturing targets and engineering compliance commitments. Our service lines are:
* Turnkey Solutions
* Asset Care
* Engineering Compliance
* Process Engineering.
The Role:
You will be completing general fabrications (mild steel and stainless steel), retirals of redundant equipment from process areas (platforms, pipework, valves etc.) and small project installation work (handrailing, guarding etc.).
Working Hours: 40 Hours per week (Monday-Friday). Overtime may be required.
Skills / Experience Required:
You must have a good mechanical background with experience of:
* Bearings
* Conveyors
* Couplings
* Pneumatics
* Gearboxes
* Pumps.
You must hold a mechanical qualification (ie. City & Guilds / BTEC / NVQ3).
If you feel you have the relevant skills/experience and the drive and determination to succeed, we very much look forward to hearing from you.
We will provide a strong health and safety culture and for motivated employees, ample personal development opportunities.
Proof of eligibility to work in the UK will be required
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  • Negotiable
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  • CV-287781
  • Permanent
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