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Sulzer Mixpac AG. in Haag (SG) is a leading global company in the field of plastic injection molding. We provide future-oriented products and innovative services for the application and mixing of liquids. We develop and manufacture plastic products, assemblies and devices for the dental, healthcare and adhesives sectors at the highest technical level. Our strength is our creativity in the development and production of application systems. We value close partnerships with our customers, a strong team spirit and the passion to give the end user the right product.

We are proud to be part of Sulzer AG's Applicator Systems division. With our locations in Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Germany, the UK, China, USA and Poland, we occupy a leading position as a technology center within the Group. Innovation is our daily drive.

Vacancy – Maintenance Engineer – Electrical bias

Competitive salary, Bonus Scheme & Benefits Package.

Position is eligible for 30% late shift premium and overtime is available.

Location:   Hungerford, Berkshire, UK  - Commutable from Swindon, Newbury, Andover and Reading

 

Are you hands on and looking for a role where you can see projects though from start to completion?

Are you looking for a challenging role where you can make a difference?  

 

The Role:

Working on the late shift (2pm to 10pm), you will be responsible for daily maintenance and repairs of electrical and mechanical plant in our production site in Hungerford.

You will help drive the site total preventive maintenance program through your actions and through promoting good working practices.

Your duties and responsibilities will include:-

 

  • Carrying out daily allocation of tasks both reactive and preventative
  • Taking an active role in service/breakdown activities on all production machinery
  • Assisting in Production Machine/Equipment design as required
  • Ensuring accurate information is logged of breakdowns/services
  • Assisting in the implementation of a preventative maintenance schedule and parts list for critical plant
  • Contributing in developing solutions to production process problems, documenting via Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and Engineering Change Control
  • Contributing to monthly health and safety audits alongside the Health and Safety Advisor
  • Ensuring that all activities take place with reference to Health and Safety at Work Act and the Company’s method statements

 

About you:

Candidates should

  • Be 17th Edition electrically qualified
  • Have previous experience working in a busy mass production environment with electrical plant
  • Be safety conscious
  • Be hands on, flexible and service driven

     

    The ideal candidate will

  • Have experience implementing TPM
  • PLC experience (Mitsubishi preferable)
  • City and Guilds Qualified (Electrical)

 

Benefits:

25 days holiday increases with service

On site car parking

Child care vouchers

Defined contribution pension scheme

 

 

Here is a fantastic opportunity for someone looking to join a growing organisation that will provide a solid platform for you to pursue a successful, enjoyable career. 

 

 

Recruitment fraud warning: False job offers
 

There have recently been a number of recruitment frauds in different parts of the world. Individuals and organizations purporting to represent Sulzer have offered people false employment opportunities at Sulzer (often via e-mail and LinkedIn). Candidates have been asked for sensitive personal and financial information, and in some cases for payment to secure interviews or guarantee a job. These e-mails can look authentic, with a company logo or convincing personal details. However, they have no connection with Sulzer, nor do we use these methods as part of the recruitment process.

Any genuine offer from Sulzer will always be preceded by a formal application and face-to-face interviews. We do not ask for any financial commitment or contribution from a candidate at any stage of the recruitment process.

We advise you to look out for grammar and spelling errors, to check the sender's details and not to disclose personal or financial details to anyone you do not know. If you believe you have been a victim of a fraudulent job offer concerning Sulzer, or if you want to verify the source of any job offer, please contact us at communications [at] sulzer.com.

Recruitment fraud warning: False job offers

There have recently been a number of recruitment frauds in different parts of the world. Individuals and organizations purporting to represent Sulzer have offered people false employment opportunities at Sulzer (often via e-mail and LinkedIn). Candidates have been asked for sensitive personal and financial information, and in some cases for payment to secure interviews or guarantee a job. These e-mails can look authentic, with a company logo or convincing personal details. However, they have no connection with Sulzer, nor do we use these methods as part of the recruitment process.

Any genuine offer from Sulzer will always be preceded by a formal application and face-to-face interviews. We do not ask for any financial commitment or contribution from a candidate at any stage of the recruitment process

We advise you to look out for grammar and spelling errors, to check the sender's details and not to disclose personal or financial details to anyone you do not know. If you believe you have been a victim of a fraudulent job offer concerning Sulzer, or if you want to verify the source of any job offer, please contact us at communications [at] sulzer.com.

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