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Mechanical Biased Shift Maintenance Engineer / Fitter

Job Description

Mechanically Biased Maintenance Shift Engineer
West Midlands - Industrial Manufacturing

About The Company
Established over 150 years ago, our client is one of the UK's largest independent manufacturers of fine chemicals to various industry sectors world-wide.

An opportunity now exists for an experienced, qualified Mechanical Maintenance Fitter to join a highly skilled Mechanical Engineering Team.

Mechanically Biased Maintenance Shift Engineer - Package Details

  • £36,500 to 40,400 DOE
  • 4 On (2Days / 2 Nights) / 4 Off Shift Pattern (12-hour shifts)
  • Life Assurance & Access to Pension Scheme

Mechanically Biased Maintenance Shift Engineer - Requirements

  • Educated to a minimum City & Guilds level or similar in a Mechanical Fitting / Engineering Discipline
  • Ideally hold a recognised Mechanical Apprenticeship
  • Previous Experience / Training with MEWP's, Abrasive Wheels, and Confined Spaces Mechanically would be highly desirable

Mechanically Biased Maintenance Shift Engineer - Responsibilities

  • Mechanical preventative and reactive maintenance work in an industrial environment working on equipment such as gearboxes, pumps, mechanical seals, pipework etc.
  • Mechanical plant installation and modification work
  • Operation of a boiler, waste solvent incineration and emissions abatement plant
  • Statutory inspections - pressure testing, plant integrity and commissioning work
  • The use of Computerised Maintenance Management Systems
  • The ability to use and interpret equipment drawings, manuals and other technical information to assist with all works
  • Work in accordance with the company safe systems of work and permit to work systems