The company are an award winning pharmaceutical business who have been established for over 50 years and employ over 5000 people worldwide. They have a new facility in Leicester where at the moment it employs circa to 75 people, but they are looking to seriously expand on this in 2019/2020.
They have a rare opportunity for an Electrical Maintenance Engineer to join the business on days. Reporting to the engineering manager you will be joining a team of 4 Maintenance Engineers.
Responsibilities for the Electrical Maintenance Engineer:
- You will be responsible for providing support to the manufacturing unit
- Deliver all maintenance activities (reactive and preventative), ensuring all operate efficiently and are maintained in line with Business and Regulatory compliance.
- You will also support Operations in New Equipment installations as well as maintaining existing Production Equipment
- Using Siemens S7 PLC's and building management systems
- Internal calibration
- Apprentice trained - City & Guilds in Electrical or HNC qualified in electrical or electronic engineering
- Automated Maintenance background is essential
- Electrical bias is essential
- Calibration experience is essential
- Experienced working with Siemens S7
In return you will receive an excellent salary and benefits package:
- Salary is £35k to £40k with additional £2k per year call out rota
- Regular Days - Monday to Friday
- Call out rota is one in 4 and you still get paid the above bonus if not called out with min 3 hours pay, paid at time and half
- Healthcare - this includes family and covers dental, healthcare and eyes
- Pension Contribution
- Long Service Awards
- 34 days holiday
- Free Car Parking
- Working in incredible facilities
- Additional holidays for moving house
- Enhanced maternity pay scheme
- Occupation sick pay scheme
- Life Cover
- Ongoing training and development
We aim to respond to suitable candidates within 5 working days. If you have not heard from us within this time, please feel free to contact us to receive feedback on your application and discuss your requirements.