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This company is one of the worlds leading suppliers of highquality static storage solutions, state of the art intralogistics and automated material handling systems. The technology includes robotics and complex software solutions. They have a strong order book following major wins this year and they are looking to expand the team.
With this continued growth, they are looking for an experienced Engineering Manager to work within a new customer site based in the Leeds area.
You will be responsible for a small team of engineers delivering the day to day maintenance of fast flowing material handling equipment as well as delivering key service elements including planned preventative maintenance, fault rectification and eradication.
Key responsibilities and duties include:
Start up of site (recruitment of all team)
Build and maintain effective relationships with the customer
Provide hands on technical knowledge and support in line with agreed SLAs
To lead and provide a reactive and preventative maintenance service
Work towards agreed KPIs
Responsible for all aspects of team management
Police all H&S matters on site including risk assessments
You will be an effective communicator with strong engineering and managerial experience in order to balance the demands of supporting your team and the Customer. With an ability to influence others you will be results driven proactively minimising down time and reactively working to key performance indicators.
You will be able to demonstrate the following skills in addition to the relevant job description requirements:
Excellent written and verbal communication at all levels
Continuous improvement on site
High standards of customer service and professional manner
Confident with IT packages, specifically Excel, Word and Outlook
Proven track record
Ability to prioritise own workload and manage a team
Previous start up experience
In addition to the above, you will observe quality and control processes in line with company and customer requirements. From time to time, you will be required to travel to other sites for training/meetings.
To apply for this position, the minimum requirements are as follows:
Minimum of HNC/Degree or equivalent in a relevant Engineering discipline
Thorough knowledge and experience of SCADA Systems and WCS (Warehouse Control Systems)
A recognised apprenticeship in an appropriate engineering discipline.
PLC knowledge and experience
Experience of automated materials handling equipment
Previous managerial, team building and coaching skills
Standard working hours are 40 per week, Monday to Friday..
As well as on the job training and development and a career with the company, they offer a flexible and comprehensive benefits and rewards package which includes: