Are you a Maintenance Engineer with an Electrical Bias?
Do you want to work for a Global Aerospace organisation?
Do you want to maximise your earning with premium shift rates?
Are you willing to progress your career in a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility?
If so, this is your next perfect job!
The Responsibilities of the Maintenance Engineer with an Electrical Bias:
- Day to day maintenance activity on CNC equipment, giving quick resolution on machine breakdowns and improving the current maintenance scheduling
- Effective fault finding on CNC equipment
- Driving the Permanent Preventive Maintenance (PPM) and the Total Preventive Maintenance (TPM)
- Supporting the production operatives and the CNC machinists to drive continuous improvement in machine maintenance activity
- Ensuring efficient and effective respond to breakdowns to minimise downtime
The required skills for the Maintenance Engineer with an Electrical Bias:
- Apprentice trained or HND/ONC qualified or equivalent experience
- A proven engineering background within a CNC machine shop environment
- Electrical qualification – part 16th or 17th edition
- A strong understanding of engineering drawings
- Knowledge of Programmable Logic Controls (PLC), of schematics and pneumatics equipment and of the ins and outs of a CNC machine
The successful Maintenance Engineer will be offered the opportunity to work with a global aerospace, organisation that has state-of-art manufacturing facilities. You will be able to progress your career with the North West’s leading organisation that rewards success and invests in people while allowing them to have a high earning potential, topped by generous optional overtime rates.
If it sounds like your ideal Maintenance Engineer role, do not hesitate to get in touch today to discuss further details.