|Job Title:||Maintenance Engineer - Process Plant|
|Salary:||£30000 - £35000 per annum + Company Benefits|
|Contact Name:||Kyle Shinn|
|Job Published:||June 25, 2018|
Maintenance Engineer - Process Plant
Up to £35,000 DoE + benefits
Permanent, Full Time
Our client, a leading company working within the renewable energy sector, currently require a Multi-Skilled Maintenance Engineer / Service Engineer to join their team. This role will be working on a process plant in the Harlow area and you'll be tasked with performing maintenance and day-to-day operations duties on site.
As a Maintenance Engineer, you will be responsible for the planned and reactive maintenance on all plant, which will involve working with mechanical and electrical equipment such as pumps, motors, gearboxes, conveyor systems, compressors etc. Other duties will include performing day to day engineering procedures, as well as ensuring health & safety procedures are adhered to.
In order to be considered for this position, you will need to have a relevant mechanical engineering / electrical engineering qualification (apprenticeship / HNC / HND / NVQ / City & Guilds etc.). You'll also need to have proven experience in a maintenance / service engineer role, working with heavy process plant (pumps, conveyors, motors etc.).
They're offering a competitive salary of up to £35,000 depending on experience, plus excellent benefits which includes call out allowance, overtime, bonus and 25 days holiday.
If you would like to apply for this Maintenance Engineer role, then please send a copy of your up to date CV to email@example.com or call Kyle Shinn on 02392 288 284 for more information.
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