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Multi-skilled Engineer

4 on 4 off- Two days/Two nightsEngineering

Hull
4 on 4 off- Two days/Two nights
Salary: ££40,000 - £50,000 (depending on experience)

Overview

Axi Recruitment are working with a well known client within the FMCG industry, recruiting for a Multi-skilled Engineer to join their team in Hull. 

Job Details

  • Attend to breakdowns and undertake reactive maintenance to enable continued production
  • Use and record PPM’s and breakdowns on Pirana maintenance system
  • Ensure all PPM’s are up to date
  • Day to day maintenance of:
  • Overhead chain lines
  • Packaging machines
  • Strip down the machines for hygiene purposes and re-build these after cleaning
  • Meat trimmer blade maintenance and sharpening
  • Maintain and service temperature control equipment
  • Continuous improvement of cables and panels
  • Identify opportunities for improvements to the department
  • Being the ambassador for the site at all times, behaving in a professional and courteous manner with both internal and external customers
  • Undertake other jobs as reasonably requested within the scope of the job to improve the running of the department

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Qualifications

  • Multi skiled engineering background
  • Experience of working in the food industry - FMCG desirable but not essential
  • Relevant engineering qualifications – minimum Engineering NVQ or equivalent
  • Ability to work unsupervised (although advice and guidance will be available where required)
  • Ability to work on your own initiative
  • Ability to think on your feet
  • Self Motivated

Experience

  • Ability to mangage time efficiantly to ensure all deadlines are met. 
  • Ability to work accurately & under time pressure due to production needs
  • Always think about safety first. 
  • Continuous compliance to Good Manufacturing Practices