Engineer

  • Location
    Dover, Kent
  • Salary
    £30,000.00/Year
  • Category
    Medical & Health - Health & Safety
  • Job type
    Permanent
  • Industry
    Public Sector
  • External Reference
    JN-102021-211524

Adecco are proud to be working with a service company who are expanding their team, see below:


Job Title: Engineer


Location: Aylesham, Dover


Salary: £27,000 + £3,000 on call allowance


Hours: Monday to Friday, 7-3 / 8-4 / 9-5 (flexible)


Benefits:



  • 25 days annual leave + 8 bank holidays

  • NEST pension scheme

  • Development opportunities

  • Flexible working


Key responsibilities within your new role would be to:




  • To maintain engineering services in line with organisational requirements and statutory regulations, ensuring breakdowns/disruptions in services are dealt with effectively.




  • To maintain accurate records of preventative maintenance, validations, equipment failure, services and repairs.




  • To liaise with Service Providers to ensure all schedules are adhered.




  • To promote cost efficiencies at local site and share good practice with other sites.




  • Investigate and resolve all production/engineering problems.




  • Monitor and implement PPM schedule etc.




  • Sourcing of best value new/refurbished parts and machines.




  • Ensure the function complies with Group and site Health and Safety policies and procedures.




  • Ensure compliance with regulations for fire and alarm systems, PAT, pressure vessels etc.




  • Ensure that site property, equipment and assets are fit for purpose.




  • Provide out of hours on call service to ensure that plant equipment/services are maintained at all times.




  • Prepare and submit maintenance reports.





  • Manage contractors to ensure work is completed on time and to required standards.




  • Liaise with management to keep them informed of planned maintenance to ensure the smooth running of the site.





  • Order, receive and check stores/spares against purchase orders/delivery notes and deal with anomalies.




  • Obtain and evaluate quotes for contract work and award contracts as appropriate





  • Carry out testing, monitoring and maintenance safely and effectively in a way which complies with any service agreements/contracts.





  • Clean and restore equipment, leaving them in a suitable condition for future use.




  • Report all incidents, accidents, near misses, occupational injuries and illnesses via the accident reporting and corrective action systems.




  • Raise and log all customer complaints received.



  • Where issues are assigned to you and/or your area, ensure appropriate follow-up and close-out.


  • Participate in annual Development Review and appraisal with line manager to identify learning and development needs, and plan personal development strategy.




  • Be cognisant of Fire, Evacuation and Major Incident procedures and participate where required




  • Develop, maintain and contribute to effective team practice and working relationships including the development of others in the team.





Experience and skills required for this position:



  • Commitment to own personal development.

  • Ability to maintain credibility amongst all levels of staff.

  • Good communication skills at all levels.

  • Self-starter

  • Ability to work under pressure and to meet deadlines whilst maintaining a high quality of work.

  • Full, valid driving license

  • Must live within 30 mile radius of Aylesham.



Qualifications required for this role, (one of the following):




  • HTM2010/HTM2030 Qualified to carry out weekly, quarterly and annual validation if required.




  • City & Guilds / NVQ level 3 / ONC / HNC or equivalent qualification in a relevant Engineering discipline.




  • Completion of an accredited course relevant to role.




  • Successful completion of a formal engineering apprenticeship relevant to role.




  • Minimum of 5 years engineering experience





Next steps:


If this sounds like an ideal position for you and you have the experience outlined above, then please apply today and you will be contacted by a member of our team if your CV matches our requirements.

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