Production Line Engineer

Full Time

Sterling Recruitment Services are delighted to be working with our industry leading client who are looking to add a experienced Production Engineer to their team.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Maintain close attendance of the Production line, in order to provide Engineering solutions, and to assist in an operational capacity when required.
  • Monitor all machines and ancillary plant during production (whilst maintaining notes and relevant log sheets).
  • Ensure that any rectification is followed through to a satisfactory conclusion by effective communication with other members of the Engineering team, and Plant Management.
  • Assist in cold starting, size or product changes, cleaning in place and running a machine as and when required.
  • Follow preventative maintenance / lubrication schedules and liaise with Management regarding spare part requirements.
  • Assist with installation work and give assistance to contractors, as and when required, ensuring that site standards are adhered to at all times.
  • To ensure that prior to carrying out any intended work the relevant Departmental Management is notified in order to obtain permission to proceed.
  • Ensure that any specific permits required to carry out any work is obtained before proceeding to work.
  • Carry out any repair or maintenance work that is required, whilst ensuring the area or workshop is left in a clean and safe condition. The Technician is legally bound to make sure all guarding is functioning correctly.
  • Use appraisals and one to one meetings with Team Managers to identify opportunities to train and develop to gain extra skills.
  • Plan workload and seek opportunity to complete set personal objectives.
  • Provide a detailed handover to the next shift ensuring all relevant information is passed on and understood.
  • Participate in contributing ideas and completing all tasks to improve the plant and equipment performance, reliability and efficiency.
  • Adopt and maintain working practices learnt on training programmes

Experience:

  • At least 4 Year Apprenticeship training (Multi-skilled preferable)
  • Qualified to a minimum of City & Guilds ONC or HNC
  • Previous FMCG experience

12 hour shifts, days & nights working 4 on 4 off.

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  • Salary £46,000 - £54,000
  • Location Northallerton
  • Hours 48
  • Deadline June 28, 2023
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