Maintenance Electrician - CH/CR/155 - CH/CR/155
Hours of work will be as per a continental shift pattern which will be discussed at interview.
The successful applicant will join our maintenance team ensuring shift coverage for all the facilities on the site. In short, they will ensure the effective and efficient utilisation of plant and equipment by the use of modern maintenance techniques and will be required to carry out scheduled preventative maintenance tasks. Applicants should be fully time served; electrical maintenance experience in an industrial factory environment is essential with previous food factory electrical experience being desirable. To be considered for interview applicants are expected to fully outline their industrial factory experience on their application forms.
The following essential criteria must also be met in addition to the above. Applicants must clearly outline how they meet these criteria on their application form to be short listed for interview:
Must have experience of Three and Single Phase motors.
Must be able to read electrical drawings.
Must have experience of fault finding on automated machinery
Applicants will be asked at interview to demonstrate their experience and knowledge on all the above. Applicants will be required to work unsupervised as well as part of a small team; therefore communication is a key element to the positions. Applicants should be able to speak, read, write and listen in the English language.
This is an excellent opportunity to join a successful, growing and leading company which provides opportunities for collaborative team based working, learning, development and career advancement together with attractive, competitive and comprehensive remuneration packages.