Shop Maintenance Engineer - 32909
|Listed by Greggs plc|
|Originally from Newcastle over 75 years ago the family started out to make fresh bread and other produce for the local area.Now they have a chain of stores uk wide and a brand that everyone on the street knows about. They have over 1700 stores in the uk and pride themselves on not using artificial produce.|
|Job Title:||Shop Maintenance Engineer|
|Salary Guide:||Salary between £0.00 and £0.00 depending on candidate experience and skillset|
|Listing Category:||Engineering, Food Manufacturing|
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Shift Pattern: 45 hours per week, working 5 days over 7 on rota which will include weekend working and Bank Holidays
Benefits: Excellent benefits including Profit Share, up to 50% Staff Discount, 26 days holiday, plus Public Holidays, (pro-rata for part-time), along with Pension Scheme, Free Life Assurance, Private Medical Insurance, and Permanent Health Insurance.
East London Area, E7 8BA
Greggs is the leading bakery food-on-the-go retailer in the UK. Expert bakers for the last 75 years, we serve delicious, freshly baked, quality food at great value prices to a million customers each day, in over 1,671 shops around the UK.
You’re on the road a lot when you’ve a big retail patch to cover and your main focus will be to carry out preventative, routine and emergency maintenance work on all shop equipment and carry out internal and external repairs and alterations to our premises.
Reporting to the Regional Maintenance Manager you’ll cover a number of shops in Essex, Central ,East and South-East London
supporting the Shop Maintenance Team to carry out a regular maintenance schedule, day-to-day repair of shop equipment, electrical repairs and modifications, ensuring machine downtime is minimised whilst repairs are carried out.
We’re looking for someone that possesses excellent communication, planning and organisational skills, with a multi-skilled Shop Maintenance Engineering background. You’ll be a highly trained individual who is able to work both on your own and as part of a team. You should be flexible in your approach to work and have excellent people skills as you will be liaising with stakeholders at all levels. Ideally you should have an electrical bias and be a qualified Electrician, trained to the 17th Edition IEE wiring regulations and be able to tackle all general maintenance tasks, or be a time-served Engineer able to carry out minor electrical work and all general maintenance tasks.