We are looking for apprentice trained electrical or mechanical engineering
contractors to work on shifts as required providing breakdown and maintenance
cover on a varied range of plant machinery. The contractor should be able to assist
our customers with day-to-day maintenance and breakdown issues in an efficient and
* Liaising with our customer and their engineering teams.
* Carry out preventative maintenance tasks as scheduled during the shift to required
* Conduct continuous machine observation and measurement during the shift, identifying
potential failures or deterioration in output, waste, or quality performance from machine
* Determine cause of potential failure or performance deterioration and either complete
remedial work during shift or submit brief report to subsequent shift engineer outlining
issue, cause and recommended solution.
* Respond immediately to equipment failures during your shift.
* Investigate faults, identify causes and determine most effective solution to the fault.
* Report on nature of fault, cause and solution via Customer maintenance system.
Key skills and Experience
* Time Served apprenticeship in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering.
* Good problem-solving skills.
* Worked in a factory environment (preferably food & beverage).
* Understanding of safety equipment and related circuits.
* Good understanding of low voltage systems and signals (e.g. digital & analogue)
* Good understanding of instrumentation
* Experience with Frequency Drives and Servo's
* Ideally able to Fault find with PLC's
* Good communication skills
* Provide excellent Customer Service
Hourly Rate: Negotiable DOE
Hours per week: 48
Duration: 3 Months Rolling Contract
Austin Fraser is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
Austin Fraser is committed to being an equal opportunities employer, and encourages applications from candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity status.
Due to the volume of applications received, we are unable to provide individual feedback to unsuccessful applicants.