Job Role: Electrical Maintenance Engineer
Location: Warrington ( WA1 4AG)
Salary: starting salary from £27,000 - £38,000 p/a (inclusive of shift allowance)
Duration: Temporary to permanent
Hours of Work : 3 Shift Rotation (inclusive of Nights), Monday to Friday
Industry Sector: Manufacturing
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an Electrical Maintenance Engineer to join our client's team who are a worldwide operating company producing assembly products and solutions.
The role will be to provide an electrical maintenance service for all plant, equipment, and services within the Warrington Plant premises.
" To diagnose and rectify all faults of an electrical/electronic nature, using wiring diagrams, manuals, drawings and sketches, for all plant, equipment and services.
" To provide an electrical/electronic maintenance service for the installation of all plant, equipment and factory service units.
" To follow electrical/electronic planned maintenance programmes.
" To initiate and carry out electrical/electronic modifications to new and existing plant, equipment and services.
" To recondition and rebuild electrical and electronic components, controls and equipment.
" To build electronic control equipment using solid state components for new and existing plant, equipment and services.
" To accept responsibility for new plant, equipment, services and technology into the job content.
" To utilise and follow the administration control systems of the Maintenance and associated departments in the normal course of employment as an electrician.
" To accept responsibility for all aspects of work carried out.
" To accept job priority instructions from Shift Supervision/Management in the absence of Maintenance Supervision/Management.
" To accept non-standard hours of working in connection with the start-up of the Plant and in Call-out duties.
" Accept training and responsibility for driving powered fork lift vehicles in connection with duties involving the Maintenance Department.
" To accept disciplinary control from Shift Supervision/Management, in the absence of Maintenance Supervision/Management.
" To actively contribute to Continuous Improvement, A3 and A5 projects.
Essential Skills/knowledge and Education
" Must have received a formal recognised course of training in electrics/electronics.
" Able to read complex electrical/electronic wiring diagrams, able to make working sketches, and to work from verbal instructions.
" Able to use all electrical/electronic measuring, testing and calibration equipment provided.
" Able to work for long periods of time, using his/her own initiative, and without direct supervision.
" Be conversant with IEE Wiring Regulations.
" Competent with PLC control systems.
Initially starting on a temporary contract the role will be with a view to permanent offering a salary of up to £38,000 p/a inclusive of shift allowance.