- Whilst working on machines time should be taken to assess the condition and identify any up and coming problems which should be documented and rectified
- Keep work area (de-blocking) stations clean and tidy
- Maintain good housekeeping throughout both IGS and Lens Online in areas worked on
- Maintenance office to maintain 5s standards
- Emergency call out cover – 24/7 emergency response and support – Occasionally required
- Keep up to date with current regulations
- Reduce down-time and increase efficiency
- Participate in ‘on call rota’ and different shifts when required to cover holidays and absences
- Call response and efficiency in dealing with breakdowns and servicing
- Diagnose and repair machine faults on electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, and hydraulic systems, in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions and modern safe working practices utilising safety lock out procedures
- Ensure all machines are running at all times and respond immediately to equipment breakdowns
- Maintain and repair lens coating and processing machinery.
- Complete planned preventative maintenance as scheduled.
- Complete jobs in priority of disruption to the business output
- Carry out TPM and PPM work and calibration of machinery
- Ensure all tanks are cleaned out at schedules times or as requested
- Regular stock takes are to be carried out and used parts to be ordered
- Ensure all records are kept up to date and use computerised system to report details of breakdowns and management of spares stock.
- On completion of all jobs, ensure the equipment is in a safe working condition and the working environment is clean and tidy with all guarding properly in place.
- Ensure all scheduled service tasks are carried out on time
- Open communication with Shift and Section Leaders to ensure requirements for the successful running of the shift are met
- Communicate progress effectively to Shift Supervisors and Team Leaders
- Attending stand up meetings to report on any progress or changes regarding the workload and priorities of the maintenance team
- Supporting other team members with their workload as and when required, keeping teamwork at the forefront of every activity
- Time served Electrical/Mechanical Maintenance Engineer with good electrical and mechanical skills.
- Good working knowledge of single and three phase power supplies, machines, and systems.
- Knowledge of AC and DC drives and conveyor systems.
- Conversant with PLC and control gear systems.
- PLC fault finding experience.
- Experience of maintaining a wide range of equipment across a process manufacturing facility.
- Competence in reading circuit diagrams electrical and pneumatic.
- Good working knowledge of pneumatic systems and basic hydraulics.
- Computer literate.
- Knowledge of health & safety regulations, in particular those relating to maintenance/engineering.
- Experience of working under own initiative whilst ensuring good levels of reporting.
- Ability to use effective problem-solving skills.
- Ability to work in a logical and systematic manner and prioritise workload.
- IEE 18th Edition Regulations.
- City and Guilds Electrical Testing and Inspection.
- Level 3 BTEC Engineering / Manufacturing Engineering
- City and Guilds Mechanical Engineering
- City and Guilds Electrical Engineering
- City and Guilds Electrical Installation
- HNC/HND in Mechanical or Electrical engineering
If you would like to be considered for this role, please apply to send a copy of your full CV – or call us now.
Whilst this position may not be of interest to you or suit your skills and experience, please don’t hesitate to get in contact with a member of the team at Willcox Matthews to understand how we can support you.
We receive a large number of applications for all of our positions – Therefore, if you have not received a response within 10 working days, your application has unfortunately been unsuccessful on this occasion.
Candidates must be eligible to work and live in the UK