The Maintenance Technician will set up and maintain production machinery and ancillary services in a high-volume production facility.
Set up and maintain all production machinery ensuring timely and efficient handover
Repair all minor breakdowns, regardless of bias (Electrical/Mechanical)
Carry out preventative maintenance work on machines as per manufacturer's specifications
Ensure all PM documents are kept up to date
Ensure spare parts are in stock
Carry out minor facility repairs
Monitor utilities and report defects and issues in a timely manner
Involvement in engineering improvement projects
Involvement in machine commissioning projects
Maintain good housekeeping practices in the Engineering area
Ensure all health and safety procedures are followed
Communicate internally on issues to ensure their timely resolution.
Essential Skills and Attributes:
Time served Fitter or Toolmaker.
Self-motivated individual who can work on their own initiative or as part of a team
At least 3 years' experience in a high-volume automated production environment
Excellent computer skills
Basic electrical fault finding
Experience of PLC programming would be an advantage.
Must be available to do shift work and a reasonable amount of overtime.