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[JOB OFFER] Factory Maintenance Engineer

Maintenance engineers ensure that industrial machinery and equipment runs smoothly and reliably.

Their work typically involves:

  • planning and undertaking scheduled maintenance
  • responding to breakdowns
  • diagnosing faults
  • repairing equipment
  • supervising engineering and technical staff
  • obtaining specialist components, fixtures or fittings
  • managing budgets
  • maintaining statistical and financial records
  • ensuring compliance with health and safety legislation
  • creating maintenance procedures
  • managing stocks of supplies and equipment.

Shift and ‘on-call’ work may be required, particularly where manufacturing equipment is in continual 24-hour operation. Career progression is often accelerated; maintenance engineers have opportunities to move into managerial positions or related areas of employment such as plant/production engineering.