Maintenance Fitter

Location: Burton

Closing Date: 19th July 2019

Job Profile

This position has responsibility for maintaining site mechanical services, equipment and machinery.  Main duties will be to provide breakdown fault diagnosis and repair as well as to carry out routine plant maintenance on a shift based system across the site.  The Maintenance Fitter will report to the Mechanical Team Leader and must ensure a rapid response to breakdown situations or potential problems.

This role will require the Maintenance Fitter to develop detailed knowledge of all plant and machinery on site, both production and auxiliary. Working on PPM inspections and attending breakdowns as a priority, you will be expected to build strong working relationships with Process Operators through daily liaison and develop a good understanding of the process, plant and potential problems.

Person Specification

The successful applicant will hold the appropriate qualifications for the role and have experience in the following areas:  Fault Finding and repairs on mechanical equipment and plant, Fabrication/ Welding / Machining / Fitting experience, PPM systems (SAP),  Root cause analysis,  Project Engineering.

Applicants should be enthusiastic and highly self-motivated with a flexible approach to their work.  This will be combined with the ability to work efficiently on your own initiative, and work as part of a team.  You will have a solid understanding of engineering principles and a desire to progress within the manufacturing sector.

Key Responsibilities and Measurement Criteria

Supporting the maintaining of equipment, machinery and associated services in a safe and good order.  Installation and maintenance of mechanical services in accordance with current regulations.  Execute Planned Preventative Maintenance and provide input into improving the system.  Provide mechanical support in the event of breakdowns.  Work and liaise with a range of internal departments and external suppliers.  Confirm work done into Maintenance Management System (SAP) complete with technical feedback.  Where necessary provide input into feasibility studies, Capex and continuous improvement projects.  Adhere to stated policies and procedures relating to health and safety, environment and quality management systems.  Prioritise workload.  Liaise and attend meetings with other company functions necessary to perform duties and aid business development.  Liaise with stores to identify relevant and correct stock items.  Work within 5s methodology to maintain workplace to a high standard.  To carry out other tasks as deemed necessary, that are within the job holders capability

Qualifications, Experience, Skills and Knowledge

Relevant qualifications for role.  Previous experience in a similar role.  Good working knowledge of planned maintenance systems.  Must possess a good level of computer literacy, and have excellent communication skills.

Marley places the highest priority on employee safety and employees will be expected to work safely at all times, proactively contributing to the continued improvement in health and safety performance.

To apply for this position please fill in the form below or send your application form or CV to careers@marley.co.uk  or post to HR Careers, Marley Ltd,  Lichfield Road, Burton-On-Trent, DE14 3HD.  

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