Maintenance Shift Engineer
Lymedale Distribution Centre - Newcastle-under-Lyme
About New Look
Every person makes New Look the incredible place it is to work, and together, we’re unstoppable. Within our buzzing environment all our talented people work hard but we ensure some fun is thrown in too! We are entering a bold and brave new phase and we’re striving to be a fashion brand with attitude. Fashion is personal and we want everyone to celebrate self-expression, helping our customers to look good, feel great and express themselves with fashion. At New Look, the only rule is that there are no rules and we want people who can make a difference, think big, think brave and aren’t afraid to make mistakes.
About the Role
This is a great opportunity for a Maintenance Shift Engineer to join our team in Stoke-on-Trent. The successful candidate will be responsible for reactively maintaining a range of automated equipment; with a specific focus on availability. You will achieve business and departmental goals / objectives through continuous improvement as part of a team based culture.
Accountabilities and Responsibilities
•Provide a service, measured against departmental responsibilities, objectives and KPI’s
•When required, assist with the development and implementation of an effective planned preventative maintenance programme in line with the manufacturer’s recommendations ensuring compliance with all current statutory legislation.
•Undertake risk assessments in line with company requirements in relation to persons, plant, equipment, property, environment and health and safety.
•Assist with an effective fault response service, in line with business requirements, i.e. holiday cover or increase in business requirements.
•Work efficiently when carrying out routine & breakdown maintenance.
•Promote continuous improvement and change through own initiatives.
•Actively promote health and safety within the team assisting and ensuring standard activities have been assessed and have ESSOW’s (Engineering Safe System of Work) written for them.
•Provide an effective fault response service to be available at all times in line with business requirements.
•Assist with forecast and control of annual budget expenditure.
•Ensure all drawings and documentation on equipment is up to date.
•Ensure all reporting, recording and administration requirements are achieved.
•Assist the Engineering team leader by ensuring the recommended and any additional spares where required are available in the stores; assist with recording and managing spares usage in line with the control and purchasing systems.
Experience and Skills
•PC and various software package skills
•Mechanical Fitting/Technical skills.
•Electromechanical Fitting/Technical skills
•An appreciation of PLC
•Knowledge of Inverter Drives, ASI/Profibus systems advantageous
•Good Communication and Presentational Skills - Verbal & Written
•Engineering Quality Standards (Appreciation)
•Health and Safety Procedures & Risk Assessments
•Component Level repair skills
•PC and various software package skills.
•General Fabrication skill.
Minimum level of education or qualifications
•Previous Mechanical experience within an engineering environment.
•Full Engineering Apprenticeship
•HNC/HND Mechanical Engineering or HNC/HND Electrical/Electronic Engineering.
•Technical Electrical & Mechanical fitting skills and experience
New Look are an equal opportunities employer
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