Maintenance Technician

Employer
Undisclosed Company
Location
Walsall, West Midlands
Salary
Up to £36000 per annum
Closing date
1 Mar 2024

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Sector
Engineering
Job Type
Permanent
Hours
Full-time

Role Summary/Scope

Lifecycle Oils are a processor of Used Cooking Oils, converting waste to Biofuels. The Maintenance Technician will be responsible for all processing equipment on the site, ensuring equipment is safely maintained to the relevant schedules and developing the process capability of the site.
As part of the companies growth trajectory, this role will also engage with the team who are delivering a significant capital investment to build a new factory, nearby.

Key Responsibilities & Duties

  • Control the Planned Maintenance schedule for the site and ensure records are maintained.
  • Safely execute all planned maintenance activities; develop Risk assessments and Safe Systems of Work; Utilise dynamic risk assessments and permits to work.
  • Oversee engineering contractors, when required.
  • Respond to equipment breakdowns, rectifying issues in a safe and timely manner.
  • Support development of the site processing capability and capacity and engage with the production staff, in doing so.
  • Develop and maintain a stock of spare components/parts.
  • Complying with all health & safety requirements.

Experience, Skills & Qualifications

  • Must have good electrical & mechanical aptitude and experience of maintenance/engineering in a manufacturing environment.
  • Multiskilled Technician experience, ideally C&G/BTEC L3 or greater, or time-served apprenticeship.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills; ability to interact with production personnel and management.
  • Good H&S and Environment knowledge and understanding, in a manufacturing setting.
  • Strong self-organisational skill, ideally with experience of managing a maintenance programme.
  • Logical and structured thinker.
  • Good IT & written skills including Microsoft Outlook, Excel, and Word as well as industry known maintenance systems.
  • Clean driving licence.

Additional Information:

  • Prepared to work unsociable hours including weekends and bank holidays in line with on call arrangements.
  • Working days/hours- Monday to Friday (8am to 4pm)
  • 24 Days plus 8 Bank Holidays

Notes

This job description aims to provide the employee with an accurate and concise summary of the job and its main duties and responsibilities. It is not however intended to be restrictive or absolute. This job description will be revised as business needs require.

Role Summary/Scope

Lifecycle Oils are a processor of Used Cooking Oils, converting waste to Biofuels. The Maintenance Technician will be responsible for all processing equipment on the site, ensuring equipment is safely maintained to the relevant schedules and developing the process capability of the site.
As part of the companies growth trajectory, this role will also engage with the team who are delivering a significant capital investment to build a new factory, nearby.

Key Responsibilities & Duties

  • Control the Planned Maintenance schedule for the site and ensure records are maintained.
  • Safely execute all planned maintenance activities; develop Risk assessments and Safe Systems of Work; Utilise dynamic risk assessments and permits to work.
  • Oversee engineering contractors, when required.
  • Respond to equipment breakdowns, rectifying issues in a safe and timely manner.
  • Support development of the site processing capability and capacity and engage with the production staff, in doing so.
  • Develop and maintain a stock of spare components/parts.
  • Complying with all health & safety requirements.

Experience, Skills & Qualifications

  • Must have good electrical & mechanical aptitude and experience of maintenance/engineering in a manufacturing environment.
  • Multiskilled Technician experience, ideally C&G/BTEC L3 or greater, or time-served apprenticeship.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills; ability to interact with production personnel and management.
  • Good H&S and Environment knowledge and understanding, in a manufacturing setting.
  • Strong self-organisational skill, ideally with experience of managing a maintenance programme.
  • Logical and structured thinker.
  • Good IT & written skills including Microsoft Outlook, Excel, and Word as well as industry known maintenance systems.
  • Clean driving licence.

Additional Information:

  • Prepared to work unsociable hours including weekends and bank holidays in line with on call arrangements.
  • Working days/hours- Monday to Friday (8am to 4pm)
  • 24 Days plus 8 Bank Holidays

Notes

This job description aims to provide the employee with an accurate and concise summary of the job and its main duties and responsibilities. It is not however intended to be restrictive or absolute. This job description will be revised as business needs require.

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