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Matchtech's client, a market leading manufacturer, has an exciting opportunity for a Maintenance Engineer to join their well-established team in Southampton.
The Maintenance Engineer will deliver effective reactive & preventative process support to manufacturing, maximising equipment availability, performance and product quality whilst ensuring cost and safety outcomes are achieved.
Maintenance Engineer / Manufacturing Support Engineer / Service / Multi-Skilled / Engineering / Production / Manufacturing / Reactive & Preventative / Breakdown / Process Improvements / FMCG / High Volume
- The Maintenance Engineer will provide process breakdown support/identify and recover fault situations.
- Carry out effective preventative maintenance.
- Responsible for undertaking routine safety checks and timely calibration of machines and equipment.
- Utilising available analytical tools generate and assess key performance indicators and complete trend analysis.
- In order to support manufacturing, the Maintenance Engineer should identify and implement process improvements in order to maximise equipment availability.
- The Maintenance Engineer will have a time served Apprenticeship in Mechanical; Electrical/Electronic engineering
- Educated to ONC/HNC or similar in Mechanical or Electrical/Electronic Engineering is preferable
- Experience of providing process support within a high volume manufacturing environment
- Involvement in Continuous Improvement projects/activities
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