We are currently looking for an enthusiastic and self-motivated individual to join us as an Electrical Maintenance Engineer based in Blackburn.
You will join us on a full time, permanent basis working a 4 shift pattern, comprising 2x 12 hour days followed by 2x 12 hour nights, followed by a 4 day break.
In return, you will receive a competitive salary of £30,055 - £37,596 per annum plus benefits including :
32 days’ holiday (including BH entitlement)
Generous Staff discount
Free Car Parking
With our 70-year strong heritage in wallpaper, at Graham & Brown we have design and colour at the heart of our business.
We are committed to contemporary, leading edge design and this has seen our global brand recognised as a Coolbrand for seven consecutive years!
As our Electrical Maintenance Engineer, your role will be to maintain and strive to improve plant effectiveness and efficiencies thus minimising downtime and increasing productivity.
You will work towards continuous improvement on all company plant and building services, highlighting areas of improvement and carrying them through to completion.
Our Electrical Maintenance Engineer will be required to :
Maintain and repair plant & utilities, over three sites, worth in excess of £45 million
Carry out reactive maintenance on machinery supplying a fast and effective fault diagnosis
Carry out corrective maintenance and repairs across three company sites on all critical plant, ancillary machinery and building services within strict timescales
Monitor the condition of critical plant and machinery for predictive maintenance purposes and statutory legislation, using test and inspection instruments
Carry out various installation projects ranging from full production machine installation down to machine circuit control modifications
Organise and plan work arising from several sources
Organise and plan specific projects and order materials within the department
Experience and skills required by our Electrical Maintenance Engineer :
Must have served a 4-year electrical craft apprenticeship and have practical training in installation work
Minimum C&G qualification in electrical profession
Competent in inspection, testing and commissioning, preferably with City &Guilds 2391
Electrical and mechanical knowledge and minimum 5 years’ experience
Capability to work on own initiative without immediate supervision
Safety training and experience
Up to date legislative knowledge
Knowledge of approved codes of practice
Paper printing knowledge and experience, preferred but not essential
Knowledge and experience of machine & drive controls incorporating programmable logic controllers, servo drive and parameter set-up, human / machine interfaces, machine wiring, etc.
Knowledge & experience of fault and problem analysis and repair including the use of monitoring and test equipment
Able to read and work with complex drawings and schematics
Mobile elevated platform licence is preferred, but can be trained on site.
If you think this could be the perfect role for you, then apply now to join us as our Electrical Maintenance Engineer.