ENGINEERING SUPERVISOR-END USER-BOTTLING
Join an international industry leader who are looking to expand their operations within the UK.
Minimum 6 GCSE's inc. Maths & English. Btec or C&G in Engineering and/or Mechanical Engineering. HNC in Electrical or Mechanical. Personality. Team player. Drive. Self Motivated. Effective Communicator. Organised and methodical. Ability to work accurately with attention to detail.
Machine Breakdown- To allocate resources to ensure machine breakdown is minimised. Planned Maintenance- To ensure the preparation of parts and documentation for scheduled interventions. To be involved in all the maintenance and servicing of all production equipment and ancillaries. Involving fault finding in all aspects of electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic and process problems. Responsible for the computerised engineering management system used on site and training of others. Production of working instructions for various tasks or new equipment. Production of Risk assessments and method statements. Responsible for organising onsite contractors and issuing permits. Management of the engineering budget and purchasing for the department. Responsible of the stores stock levels and ordering. To ensure engineers work in a safe manner at all times, ensuring that mandatory and company policy regarding safety is adhered to.
There are no specialist Health & Safety issues related to this role.
Permanent (unless otherwise stated in the job title above).
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