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Are you an experienced Electrical Maintenance Technician or Engineer looking for a new challenge?
Viridor is one of the UK's leading recycling, renewable energy and waste management companies. Part of the FTSE 250 Pennon Group, Viridor puts waste into action, transforming it into high quality recyclables, raw materials and energy. This is an exciting time to work at Viridor. We are at the forefront of the UK's green economy and we use smart people and technology to deliver our vision, bringing people together to give the world's resources new life.
Due to continued success and growth, we are now looking to recruit a Maintenance Engineer to join our team in Skelmersdale.
Maintenance Engineer Role:
Joining our team, the Maintenance Engineer will be responsible for delivering the Planned Maintenance (PM) schedules as defined by the site maintenance plans, working to a high standard and in a cost-effective manner. The Maintenance Engineer (Electrical) will also be responsible for planning, organising and undertaking corrective and reactive work and be responsible for delivering improvement projects leading to increased plant reliability and cost reduction. Duties include:
Ensure that all plant and equipment on sites is modified and improved, as necessary, to maximise equipment availability and performance
Complete dynamic risk assessments where necessary to ensure that safe working practices are upheld
Be aware of stock control and maintain shift paperwork to the highest standard, to complete condition reports and other documentation as defined by the maintenance strategy
Undertake assessments of malfunctioning equipment and provide advice to the site management team to assist and influence decision making
Undertake engineering project work and assist with new installations or refurbishments
Update and administer the Computerised Maintenance Management System (CMMS)
Attend daily operational review meetings, providing updates on Planned Maintenance compliance, live defects and ongoing improvement plans
Our ideal Maintenance Engineer will have:
Completed apprenticeship (NVQ Level 3) in appropriate engineering discipline
HNC, City & Guilds or equivalent in a relevant discipline
Experience working within a processing, manufacturing or similar environment
Awareness of Environmental, Health & Safety regulations and their impacts
Computer literate and familiar with Microsoft office systems
Good understanding of a proactive maintenance strategy and condition monitoring
Knowledge of CMMS systems, purpose and functionality
Knowledge of electrical systems and safety
Specific waste industry experience, MRF / MPT / Polymers would be advantageous
In return for your hard work as our Maintenance Engineer, we can offer a competitive salary plus excellent benefits, including pension, healthcare and a range of flexible benefits.
If you want to work within in a team-orientated and collaborative environment, for a company that strives to be environmentally, socially and economically sustainable, click APPLY for the role of Maintenance Engineer.No terminology in this advert is intended to be deemed discriminatory. We are happy to accept applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their age, gender, race, religion, disability, sexual orientation or marital status.