Multi Skilled Maintenance Engineer - Sleaford

Location Sleaford
Job type: Permanent - Full Time
Salary: £50, 000 plus generous overtime available
Published: 1 day ago
Sleaford – Starting salary £50k+ with generous overtime available 

We have some great multi skilled / maintenance engineer opportunities in the Sleaford area with a starting salary of £50k plus generous overtime payments available, giving a high OTE. 

Shift Pattern: 2 Days, 2 Nights ON & 4 OFF 07:00 – 19:00 / 19:00 - 07:00 

This is a great opportunity to join a leading UK business offering great career opportunities following a period of consolidation and investment.  

As a market leader in their field, our client is keen to stay ahead of the curve within the manufacturing environment they operate in, and their Multi Skilled Engineers will be charged with carrying out a range of preventative and pro-active maintenance on a variety of types of machinery. 

The Multi Skilled Engineer will be an all-round engineering professional with experience within a similar environment and with the ambition to forge a career within a market leading global company. 

It is a great opportunity to join a leading £multi billion global business that owns well known household names and brands around the World. 

They offer great career, promotion and development opportunities. 

What we’re looking for: 

·         Multi Skilled / Mechanical with good electrical competence

·         An electrical qualification of NVQ Level 3 or equivalent

·         An excellent fault finder and have strong mechanical skills with a good working knowledge of pneumatics, hydraulics and PLCs

·         Min 17th Edition 

They can offer you a rewarding position within a stimulating, commercially focused environment, along with a competitive salary associated with working for a large company. Our client is a part of a much larger group and offers a range of additional benefits, discounts and rewards.  

Proven experience in day to day Engineering within a FMCG / food manufacturing environment is ideal but not essential as full training will be given for suitability qualified engineers who have the aptitude and ability to learn new skills.