Electrical Maintenance Engineer

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Senior Salmon are seeking an Electrical Biased maintenance Engineer with 70% Biased to work for one of our key clients on a permanent basis, our client offers stability and career opportunities with promotion encouraged from within

The duties will include

• Preventative and reactive maintenance of manufacturing plant and equipment.
• General site maintenance
• Operate an effective maintenance system
• Maintain appropriate levels of critical spares machine parts

The candidates will need the following skills

• Electrical biased engineer with ideally mechanical background.
• 18th edition trained.
• Electrical fault finding skills.
• Electronic background.
• Working knowledge of pneumatic and hydraulic circuits
• Good understanding of industrial machine workings service, and repair
• Practical understanding of Health & Safety legislation and compliance
• Ability to manage time effectively
• Ability to work in a team and on own initiative
  • 1
  • Negotiable
  • None
  • None
  • CV-191078
  • Permanent
  • 8

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