Maintenance Engineer (Electrical Bias)


    Nicholas Associates

    Maintenance Engineer (Electrical Bias)
    Our client based near Barton Upon Humber is looking for an electrically biased maintenance engineer to join their brand new night shift.

    The role is working Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 6pm to 6am – NO WEEEKENDS

    From troubleshooting to planned preventive maintenance (PPM), you will be hands-on with specialist machinery, ensuring everything runs like clockwork. It’s a role where you will use your problem-solving skills and technical expertise every day.

    You will play a key part in the efficiency and reliability of our production processes.

    The role is varied and dynamic, so you’ll get the chance to use a variety of electrical skills associated with being an electrician and service engineer.

    Duties also include:

    Install and maintaining all electrical & electro-mechanical plant equipment or machinery
    Operating a preventative electrical maintenance system
    Faulting finding and repairs
    Program Siemens & other programmable logic controllers (PLC’s)
    Use various types of testing equipment to locate and remedy faults
    Promote Lean thinking
    Attend breakdowns
    Contribute to safe systems of work (SSOW) documentation
    We will provide you with full training and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to make sure you can work safely and effectively.

    About You

    You will be an electrically biased engineer with experience of working in a manufacturing/factory environment, with a minimum level 3 qualification in an Electrical Engineering discipline.

    Safety is our biggest priority, so you’ll be committed to safe working and have strong experience of health and safety best practice.

    You’ll enjoy working in a busy environment where you can roll your sleeves up and get hands-on. You will also be flexible in your approach, focusing on the changing day-to-day priorities, which will enable the factory to continue to run efficiently.

    As this role is sometimes physically demanding, you’ll be fit enough to perform the various duties.

    You’ll also have

    Experience and knowledge of PLCs (programmable logic controllers)
    17th / 18th edition qualified (although training could be provided)
    Diagnostics experience of electrical motors and pneumatics
    Strong team playing skills
    Good communication (written and verbal)
    Good working knowledge of environment, health, and safety (EHS) processes
    Analytical & problem-solving skills

    Completed a hands-on apprentice training programme
    HNC or HND qualification (or equivalent)
    Experience in heavy industry manufacturing
    About our Benefits

    Weekly pay
    Average annual salary is £46,770 (inclusive of allowances/bonuses)
    Additional earning via contractual overtime of up to 19.5 shifts per year to cover for holidays
    Additional overtime opportunities to boost your earning potential further
    Training and opportunities to grow your career with us
    Company Pension
    SIP – ability to become a shareholder via our Share Scheme
    Life Assurance
    Flexible benefits offering (including health, wellbeing and money saving opportunities)