Maintenance Fitter

  • FT Perm
  • Sheffield, South Yorkshire
  • This position has been filled
  • Salary: £32,214 basic with an opportunity to earn more with overtime (DOE)
  • Hours: Please see advert

Andy File Associates Limited are working on behalf of their client as a Recruitment Agency with regards this permanent vacancy.

Our client is well know name in their industry and they are looking for proactive Maintenance Fitter to join their already successful team.

Reporting to the Engineering Manager, you will be responsible for planned preventative maintenance tasks and for the installation of a new plant.  You will plan mechanical maintenance tasks for completion during the shutdown and will oversee the development and upgrading of existing equipment.

Demonstrating good knowledge of safety and permit to work systems, you will also be responsible for reactive maintenance. Working over planned equipment shutdowns you will be used to working under pressure of tight deadlines. Ideally you will have experience on hydraulic presses, hammers, lathes and borers.

The successful candidate will be an apprentice trained Maintenance Engineer with mechanical bias and will have experience in heavy industrial environment.  With an NVQ Level 3 in Mechanical Engineering (or equivalent).

You should have extensive experience in working on hydraulic and pneumatic equipment including fault finding. You will need to strip and repair hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders. You will be required to work at height and in confined spaces and if you have the relevant training and/or experience this wold be an advantage. Welding skills would be an advantage.

Hours of work: 37.50 p/w, rotating shifts, Mornings 6.00am to 1.30pm, Afternoons 12.00pm to 19.30pm, reasonable overtime a requirement, there may be a requirement to work at weekends especially during production shutdowns.

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Tagged as: Apprenticeship trained, Maintenance, Mechanical