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Site Services Engineer - Night Shift

Bury, Lancashire
£50,000 to £52,000
Job Type
8 Sep 2022
Compass Point is partnering with a leading Food business in their search for an additional Site Services engineer to join their highly professional engineering team. This is an excellent opportunity to expand your technical knowledge and receive a tailored training plan to further your engineering skill set. Working Sunday night to Friday morning on a set night shift (10pm to 6am), you will gain exposure to all elements of the plant's Facilities while being closely mentored to understand bespoke equipment. There is lots of positive change on site with significant incoming investment from the parent company. Core duties: Maintenance of site facilities equipment (boilers /cooling towers / effluent plant / compressors / mechanical and electrical equipment etc.) Provide technical feedback and analysis on daily issues as they arise Attend daily meetings as required and drive recommendations and action Carry out high level static and dynamic maintenance on all equipment. Input into continuous improvement initiatives. Comply with Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) standards at all times. Assist the Engineering Manager when required with projects Assist Engineering Manager to ensure site is fully compliant with Safety, Health and Environmental legislation Control / Management of contractors on site Coordinate activities in cases of emergencies such as Fire Alarms or Chemical spillages Communicate effectiveness of repairs Applicants will ideally be apprentice trained with significant experience in a similar role within manufacturing. This is an urgent requirement and applications will be reviewed at speed. Full job description available on request
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  • Job Reference: 707264525-2
  • Date Posted: 8 September 2022
  • Recruiter: Compass Point Recruitment
    Compass Point Recruitment
  • Location: Bury, Lancashire
  • Salary: £50,000 to £52,000
  • Sector: Engineering
  • Job Type: Permanent