Maintenance Technician - Days (not shift work)
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Days only Maintenance Technician role (NOT SHIFT WORK) at a company that genuinely has a sense of family, they all look after each other and can offer you longevity and importantly a developing career ahead!
The company are long established, have a round 80 on site and are leaders in the development and manufacture of cutting-edge technology. Investing more and more into automation they are seeking a skilled and experienced Maintenance professional to join the dynamic team at their state-of-the-art facility in the Wrexham Industrial Estate, North Wales.
Paying up to £35000 per annum, working standard Monday to Friday hours (36.25 a week), 11% pension, BUPA cash plan, discretionary bonus (5 to 10%), this is a rare opportunity to join the Maintenance team and really help push on their advancement. There is a call out in this role, yet only around once every 3 months and you would be paid at x1.5 accordingly.
Tell me More!
As a Maintenance Technician, you will be an integral part of their Maintenance department becoming their 3rd member. The role is fairly evenly split between mechanical and electrical activities, yet will likely start leaning more towards electrical works in the years to come and become heavily weighted towards PPM as breakdowns become rare. The site operates 24/5 and your role will be ensuring the safe and efficient operation of their bespoke and heavily customised equipment. This includes equipment such as moulding machines, switches, vacuum furnaces, quite niche bits of kit to get stuck in to! Your responsibilities will include developing and implementing proactive maintenance schedules and preventative routines. They are particularly keen for a self starter, someone who can analyse downtime trends and other data to then investigate accordingly. You'll get to collaborate with production personnel, engineering teams, and project leaders to develop and implement best practices and always looking to contribute to continuous improvement initiatives and participating in the introduction of new processes and equipment.
What do I need?
- Self starting, independent, proactive in approach
- An engineering background with maintenance experience ideally in a manufacturing environment.
- Electrical and mechanical experience
- Knowledge of pneumatics and /or hydraulics
- Strong problem-solving skills and the ability to anticipate and resolve issues.
- Excellent communication skills.
Why Join this company?
This company design and manufacture products that support our medical and healthcare markets. They are a growing business spending a lot of money in automation. They provide a dynamic work environment where innovation and collaboration are valued. They are not so big that you cannot be heard, they are always very open eared and genuinely everyone on site looks out for each other. By joining the team, you will have the opportunity to work alongside talented professionals, contribute to exciting projects, and grow both personally and professionally. This role has excellent potential for career development within the organisation.
If the role sounds appealing then hit apply! If you want to learn more about the role please call Neil anytime on 02392-483-944
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