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Maintenance Engineer

Posted 10 April by Pioneer Selection Ltd
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Multi Skilled Maintenance Engineer

Salary: £40,000

Location: Biddenden, Kent

A brand new role has become available for a multi skilled maintenance engineer to join an FMCG manufacturing business at their start of the art Manufacturing plant in Kent. The business requires a strong maintenance engineer with Electrical and Mechanical skills to support the team on a busy shift pattern. The Successful Maintenance engineer will benefit from an autonomous role and the chance to get involved in Planned and reactive maintenance as well as engineering projects across the plant. The right maintenance engineer for the business will have previous experience in manufacturing and hold a relevant engineering qualification.

Skills required for maintenance engineer:

  • Multi Skilled Engineer - Either Bias
  • Mechanical and Electrical skills
  • Engineering Qualification - Level 3 or Higher
  • Experience in a Manufacturing Environment.
  • Engineering Project Experience Beneficial

The Maintenance engineer will benefit from:

  • Competitive Salary
  • Leading FMCG Business
  • Training and Development Opportunities
  • State of the art Factory and machines.

If you are interested in this role and feel that you have the right skills then please click apply at the bottom of this advert.

For further details contact Matthew Lye at Pioneer Selection

As a registered candidate with Pioneer Selection Ltd, you automatically become eligible for our referral scheme. 

You will receive £250 for every candidate we place in permanent employment who has been recommended by you. Terms and Conditions apply please see our website for further details.

Reference: 52448487

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