Starting date: 17/03/2016
We have a vacancy in our Maintenance department for a Multi-Skilled Shift Engineer. Rotating days/nights 4 on 4 off.
Key Responsibilities (based upon the Hellermanntyton Values)
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1) To attend and rectify breakdowns/problems on the following equipment:
Injection moulding machines, tool water temperature controllers, hydraulics & pneumatics, granulators, conveyors, water heaters, printers and label applicators, end of line boxing cells,
beam robots and sprue pickers, 6 axis robots, material feed systems and blenders, moulding machine services, automated packaging lines and associated equipment.
2) Routine monitoring, calibration and maintenance of critical process parameters (as agreed with QA) – e.g. water dosing on auto-cell pack-lines
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3) Leave all workstations in a clean tidy condition when work has been completed.
4) Responsibility for creating safe systems of work and ensuring the safe working practices of maintenance engineers.
5) Effective records of activities, being able to demonstrate:
· Timely completion of all tasks
· Corrective action taken upon any faults/issues reported during maintenance activities
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6) Using data supplied by production, identify and prioritise production equipment requiring improvements for reducing the following:
· Injection moulding machine down time.
· Injection moulding machine utilisation.
· Cell bulk
· Reliability of packing equipment
· Factory scrap reduction.
· Reliability of ancillary equipment.
7) Where possible, and after appropriate training, re-start moulding machines and leave it and the automation equipment producing and packing product to the required quality standard
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8) To find out the root cause of any problems/issues with our injection moulding and automation equipment, and make permanent repairs.
9) To safely stop machines and successfully re-start on completion of maintenance work, ensuring that product is being made to the required quality. To also ensure that automation equipment is functioning correctly and packing product to the required standard.
In order to apply for this position you must possess a recognised apprenticeship in engineering (multi-skilled with an electrical bias), be qualified to NVQ Level 3 and have experience with pneumatics and hydraulics. Previous experience in a plastic injection moulding environment, along with knowledge of repairing, stopping and re-starting Arburg, BMB and Netstal plastic injection moulding machines would be a distinct advantage.
If you are interested in applying for this position please send a copy of your CV with a short covering letter to Paul Nicholson, HR Advisor by post or email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 4th April 2016.