Maintenance Engineer (Electrical Bias)

Type: Permanent

Date Posted: 28-Mar-23

Closing Date: 04-Apr-23

Location: Runcorn, Cheshire, WA7 1AH

Salary: £40,456 to £44,115 per year

Maintenance Engineer (Electrical Bias)

Acorn is searching for a Multi-Skilled Maintenance Engineer with an electrical bias to join their client, a manufacturing company based in Runcorn, Cheshire.

Reporting to the Engineering Manager and working alongside the Senior Shift Engineer, the purpose of the role is to ensure that the factory and production lines have high levels of availability and up-time whilst operating in a safe manner at all times.

Duties will include:

* Carrying out all planned, preventative, and corrective maintenance tasks
* Responding to machine breakdowns, troubleshooting the issue and returning the machine/equipment to production as quickly and as efficiently as possible
* Investigating root cause analysis and resolving problems relating to machines, whilst providing support for process and quality issues
* Installing and commissioning of new equipment and processes
* Analysing machine performance and defining areas for continuous improvement
* Managing spares, procurement of maintenance tools, part and consumables

The successful applicant must be time-served and hold relevant qualifications. They will also have dual-skilled electrical and mechanical experience, and extensive experience in a similar engineering role in a large scale manufacturing environment.

Hours: 3-shift pattern, rotating weekly
Pay: competitive salary with an excellent benefits package

For more information on this job role, please get in touch with Olwen at Acorn.

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