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Hydralics, Pneumatics, Maintenance, Engineer, Mechanical
Mechanical Maintenance Technician in South Wales ASAP
Maintenance Technician based in Aberdare - email
A vacancy has arisen for an experienced Maintenance Technician within the Maintenance Department at our Aberdare site. Responsible for the maintenance of the Manufacturing operations and Site Services, this position will be working a continuous shift pattern, as part of a small team to ensure effective maintenance programmes are implemented in a dynamic, high volume manufacturing environment. A willingness to work flexibly and commitment to work overtime is required.
QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE
Having served a recognised apprenticeship in a suitable discipline and ideally educated to HNC level. The successful candidate will be mechanically biased but will have experience in both Mechanical and electrical disciplines.
The successful candidate should have experience working a variety of shift patterns, including continuous shifts and must be comfortable working on their own when required, using their own initiative with a strong desire to succeed in a sometimes challenging environment.
The candidate must be computer literate and have good knowledge of Microsoft Windows, be experienced in fault finding and repairs in Hydraulic and Pneumatic systems, servicing and repair of gearboxes and other large mechanical equipment, workshop skills including welding, fabrication and use of workshop equipment including a lathe, milling machine and pillar drill. There is a need to be able to demonstrate a good understanding of fault finding on PLC's including GEM80, Allen Bradley or Siemens S7.
Key responsibilities are as follows;
- To maintain, repair and fault find on plant and machinery using various maintenance disciplines.
- Contribute toward machine efficiency and development programmes using existing maintenance programmes and CI methodologies including 5 why analysis.
- Complete preventative maintenance inspections and identify and implement action plans needed to stop reoccurring faults.
- Completion of Risk assessments and equipment isolation procedures