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Shift Engineer

Posted 07/10/2021
£35,000 per annum
Cullompton
Full time


Shift Engineer

Cullompton

£35,000 + Overtime Opportunities + 24 Days Holiday + Bank Holidays + Pension + Training

Night Shift – 4 on 4 off

Shift Engineer required for a well established and successful manufacturer based in the Cullompton area. Founded over 200 years ago, this company can offer long term job security.

To apply for this role, you will ideally be a multi skilled maintenance engineer however candidates of either a mechanical or electrical bias are encouraged to apply. You can come from any engineering background.

The successful candidate will be responsible for carrying out maintenance on a range of equipment. The company are dedicated to preventative maintenance and one week in four is dedicated completely to this. Mechanically, you will work with hydraulics, pneumatics, pressure systems, bearings, and gears. Electrically, you will work with single phase, 3 phase electrics and drives. Some of the machinery is PLC driven so you will work with control systems but experience on this is not essential.

A lot of the equipment in this role is no longer in manufacture so you will also be responsible for creating replacement parts. Fabrication experience is hugely advantageous, but the company can offer internal training on this.

This is a great opportunity for a mechanical fitter to join a well established company who can offer long term job security.


The Role:

* Mechanical and electrical maintenance

* Focus on PM

* Working with hydraulics, pneumatics, drives, single phase and 3 phase electrics

* Permanent Nights

 
The Person:

* Maintenance experience

* From ANY manufacturing background

* Fabrication and welding experience hugely advantageous



Luton Bennett

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