Shift Maintenance engineer

Posted 5 April by Omega Resource Group Limited Easy Apply
Operations
To ensure that you comply with the health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and the associated Regulations relating to your work, and with the Company's Health and Safety Policy and procedure, and be responsible for your own safety and the safety of others at all times.

To ensure that you comply with the Company's Quality Policy and Quality Manual, Procedures and Work Instructions relating to your work, and in particular, Company standards on quality, hygiene and housekeeping.

To work closely with both your shift (Team) and the Engineering Department to carry out any servicing, repairs and maintenance to agreed and accepted Company standards, and to enable production on the machines to meet agreed performance standards, and quality of product to be manufactured within specification.

Ensure the fast resolution of any problems, and to ensure safety, optimize machine efficiency and minimize waste levels.

To ensure that you work together with other members of your team, and with other employees, to ensure the achievement of all the above.

To co-operate with any Trials or changes to working practices.

To suggest new projects or working practices to ensure continual improvement in health and safety, quality, performance and the general functioning of the site.

To carry out all Planned Preventative Maintenance on schedule, to agreed and accepted Company standards, and to comply with agreed safe working practices at all times.

To monitor the performance of the machinery and equipment, and to be pro-active in avoiding downtime by initiating any necessary improvement measures prior to failure.

To ensure that any routine day to day engineering tasks (e.g. breakdowns, servicing and maintenance work) are priorities to be agreed with the Production Manager/Production Cell Leader and/or Engineering Manager, as appropriate.

To work closely with your colleagues to ensure the communication of all safety issues, quality and machinery problems that might affect safety issues, quality and machinery problems that might affect safety or performance standards.

Repair any breakdown within the plant or site as requested.
Minimise waste levels to achieve business targets.
To assist with production, improvements, projects and reconfigurations as required.
To participate in the cover system and any absence call-in procedure.
To be flexible enough to work, out of contractual hours as necessary to fulfil the needs of your role to work away from the site if required.

To attend any courses or visits arranged as part of your development and training programme.
To carry out any reasonable request by a member of the Management Team.

These duties are not 'limited' or 'fixed' and you may be required to take on additional reasonable responsibilities, as our business needs change.'

Skills, Qualifications and Experience Required
All applicants must be available to work a 4-on, 4-off continental shift pattern
Essential
Desirable
Formal Electrical qualifications,
NVQ Level 2 or Level 3 or City & Guilds Equivalent
Experience in blow moulding machines
ONC in Engineering
Experience of continuous production within a high volume manufacturing
PLC Experience
Trainer the Trainer
Demonstrate a hands-on results orientated approach
IT skills to include Microsoft Excel
Ability to communicate and build effective working relationships at all levels
Recognised technical skills
Attention to detail and a high level of organisation

Omega Resource Group Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Reference: 34831662

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