Engineering

Electrical Maintenance Engineer

Full Time Permanent

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Electrical Maintenance Engineers required.
X1 Monday to Thursday 6am-1:30pm rotating with 1:30pm-9pm Friday 6am-1pm and 1pm-8pm
X1 Monday to Thursday 9pm-6am with every 9 weeks working a Friday shift 8pm-5am
Please state shift preference at interview.
The basics
Mornings and Afternoon shift = £34,200 – £37,300 + OT = earnings of £47,000 and upwards
Mon-Thurs nights shift = £36,800 to £39,800 + OT = earnings of £45,000 and upwards
OT Rates: 1.5 and double
Location: Erdington
Essential Skills required:
A strong background within a multi skilled electrically biased maintenance role within a manufacturing/industrial environment or similar.
Overview:

With manufacturing facilities located across the globe, we now require an electrical maintenance engineer to join the team. Working within a clean, warm and structured maintenance department for a business that can offer overtime if desired.

Key responsibilities of the Electrical Maintenance Engineer

To maintain service and repair all plant machinery to minimise production down time.

The ideal Electrical Maintenance Engineer will have as many of the following in order to strengthen application:

Knowledge of safety circuits, Invertors, how relays operate, speed control systems
A mechanical understanding would be advantageous gearboxes, pumps, pneumatics
Knowledge of PLC's advantageous
Electrically qualified Must be able to present these at interview
In return for your experience as an Electrical Maintenance Engineer we can offer you:

33 days holiday

Pension up to 7%

Uniform

Onsite parking

Machinery specific training

Overtime available

Commutable from: Erdington, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham, Walsall, Lichfield, Tamworth, Solihull, Wolverhampton and surrounding areas.

If you are interested in the Electrical Maintenance Engineer role, please apply immediately due to the urgency of this role

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