This Electrical Maintenance Engineer vacancy offers a salary of circa £47,500, strong bonus scheme and excellent career development opportunities.
Additionally they also offer a company pension matched to 10%, generous holiday allowance and overtime opportunities at x 1.5 and x 2, for those who want it, taking potential earnings to more than £60k plus per annum.
The Electrical Maintenance Engineer role is based near the town of Pulborough.
The shift pattern is 4 on 4 off (6am to 6pm, 6pm to 6am) The company is an international manufacturing business with a large network of UK manufacturing plants and solid reputation.
They manufacture products within a fast-paced automated environment and can offer you an array of accredited training, development, and career progression opportunities, including upskilling and cross skilling.
What’s in it for you as Electrical Engineer / Maintenance Electrician?
TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT - Our client aims to operate to world-class standards and the successful candidate will be required to commit to a focused programme of training and development program
Salary circa £47,5000k per annum, pension matched up 10% contribution by the company, life cover, employee benefits program + overtime opportunities all paid at premium x 1.5, x 2, OTE £60K + per annum plus, 26 days holiday/annual leave
The shift pattern covers days and nights, The shift pattern is 4 on 4 off – 6am to 6pm, 6pm to 6am
Roles and Responsibility of Electrical Maintenance Engineer:
Responsible for plant wide proactive and reactive Electrical Maintenance activities to ensure the optimum performance of the factory
Carry out work upon motors, invertors, safety circuits etc.
Performing basic fault finding on PLC’s - Extensive training will also be provided on Siemens PLC S7 TIA portal systems along with further upskilling opportunities
Carry out Reactive Maintenance Activities as required
To Be Successful as an Electrical Maintenance Engineer:
You will need to hold the following Vocational and Technical qualifications to be considered: City and Guilds Level 3, BTEC Level 3, NVQ Level 3, Apprentice trained etc
Electrical Maintenance Engineering experience – motors, invertors, safety circuits etc
Planned and reactive Electrical Maintenance experience, the ability to fault find and provide solutions to production machinery issues
In return, you will be offered a truly varied role within a dynamic and a fast-paced business, providing opportunities to develop your skill sets and progress your career.
Key words - Maintenance Electrician, Electrical Engineer, Electrical Maintenance Engineer, Electrician, Shift Engineer