Purpose of the role:
To ensure the availability of operational assets through the successful delivery of a Total Productive Maintenance schedule and effective response to unplanned maintenance issues so that production downtime is kept to a minimum and health and safety standards are met.
Hours of work: 2pm - 11pm but may need to work different hours during the training period.
To schedule and deliver against a planned preventative maintenance schedule in order to minimize chance of machine breakdown.
To repair or resolve machine issues in a timely manner to keep loss of production to a minimum.
To communicate machine issues that cannot be resolved to machine supplier as soon as all in house options have been exhausted in order to ensure prompt responses from required service departments.
To manage consignment stock and order necessary parts required for repair and maintenance of machines to ensure repairs are completed is the quickest time possible
To keep accurate ledger of all machine breakdowns for data analysis by management.
To monitor spending in regards to maintenance, repairs and spare parts to ensure costs are kept within budget.
To facilitate in the training of operative maintenance to ensure relevant preventative maintenance can be completed on time.
You will also be assisting in factory improvement and project work to ensure services and facilities are installed correctly.
Served a recognised apprenticeship and attained an appropriate electrical/mechanical qualification. (foundation degree, HND or degree.)
Able to demonstrate success in maintaining and repairing Electrical and/or Mechanical equipment and systems related to buildings operations
Flexible communication skills
Ability to make decisions under pressure
PC Literate (Microsoft Office packages)
Ability to interpret drawings, manuals and technical literature to fault find
Desirable Requirements (training can be provided for the right candidate):
Previous experience with Homag machinery