Manufacturing Maintenance Engineer

Salary £28k - £35k per annum, DOE
Industry Manufacturing and Production
Type Permanent
Location Staplehurst, Kent
Hours Full-time

We are looking for a Manufacturing Maintenance Engineer to carry on work in Staplehurst, Kent. We want a standout colleague passionate about maintaining and repairing machinery. We want you if you have great interpersonal and organizational skills, and you are proficient in Excel and Word.

Main Duties
For this position we are on the lookout for an experienced multi-skilled Manufacturing Maintenance Engineer to strengthen the team of Engineers within this expanding specialist manufacturer. You would have experience with pneumatic operated presses, and vacuum or electric powered furnaces in a production environment. Also it would be great if you worked with motors, pumps, or compressors.

Job requirements
For this Maintenance Engineer role you will be dealing with breakdowns (fault finding electrical & mechanical issues), and preventative maintenance including oil changes, water dosing and filters. If you are our Engineer then you will be maintaining and repairing machinery on site, as well as deep drawing presses, hydrogen atmosphere retort furnaces and vacuum furnaces.

Salary: £28K – £35K per annum, DOE.
Working for a successful company where you can strengthen your skills and experience.

Want to know more about this role? Contact Marton Recruitment now 01233 665 775, and ask for James Parker.

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