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Electrical/Mechanical Maintenance Technician - Bottling Company

Job description

The Role: Multi Skilled Maintenance Technician

The Client: A cutting-edge, high volume luxury bottle production company

The Location: Cambridge

The Salary: Up to £45K with incredible share options, company benefits and culture

Who is the role with?

With an unlimited R&D budget, and partnered with the biggest name in luxury beverages, this well-funded start-up is simply one of a kind. The product they design and manufacture in high volumes is a first of its kind, and by using new technology the company has managed to partner with household names all over the world, including corporate companies too who bulk order the products to give to their employees.

Sounds interesting, what exactly would I be doing?

Great question. You would be responsible for ensuring the facility and machines are maintained correctly, under supervision of the Technical Services Manager - carrying out general maintenance work across the site in accordance with BRCGS standards. By working alongside manufacturers and supplies you will be expected to help find ways of improving machine reliability and within this, some fault diagnosis work will be required.

Daily, you could find yourself supporting production staff in the maintenance of machines, as well as analysing data to find solutions that will improve performance.

That’s something I have done before! What do I need to get an interview?

Above all else… Being flexible and adaptable to situations. This is the key to being successful as the maintenance technician.

- Proactive thinker with a demonstrated history of working well in a team-based environment.

- Good automation hardware and software knowledge.

- Engineering HNC/Degree/Qualifications

- Great organisation skills and interpersonal skills are also key as this is a start-up.

High standards of electrical and mechanical knowledge is essential.

- Previous experience of being an authorised person within a facilities services environment.

- A good working knowledge of current engineering standards and legislation.

Okay, what else would put me above the rest?

Experience having worked on fault finding maintenance in a machine manufacturing environment, preferably bottle manufacturing. And good knowledge of electro-mechanical equipment, multi-axes CNC machine tools, control systems and robotic systems too.

This sounds perfect, how do I apply?

Number 1: Click the little apply button (don’t worry, we’ll discuss before your CV or application goes anywhere).

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Number 3: You can find me on LinkedIn (Alexander Flory) and drop me a message on there!