Maintenance Supervisor

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Maintenance Supervisor

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  • Sector:

    Engineering & Operations

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  • Salary:

    £45000 - £49500

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  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

  • Expiry date:

    21 Jun 2024

We are supporting a Food & Beverage Manufacturer as they are on the lookout for a Maintenance Supervisor for their site in Arbroath. Responsible for the maintenance on site, to ensure the required levels of production are achieved and to supervise and co-ordinate the day-to-day activities of the workshop personnel and outside contractors. ON OFFER: • £45,000 - £49,500 DOE • Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm • On Call Rota Requirement, One week in four • 8% Company Pension Contribution • 33 days annual leave • Life Assurance • Professional Institutions/Memberships • Loyalty Awards • Cycle to Work Scheme • Gym Membership Subsidy • Employee Assistance Programme, Benefits Hub, Health Cash Plan RESPONSIBILITIES: • Ensuring that all critical items of plant are effectively maintained utilising appropriate regimes. • Work towards minimising breakdown levels and consequent interruptions to planned production. • Recommend plant alterations and improvements to improve reliability and longevity. • Engineers Stores- continually assess the value and diversity of spares parts held, making sure they are consistent with ensuring critical response can be achieved. • Ensure site compliance with health, safety and environmental legislation and associated external and internal standards for food safety and product quality. • Identify and issue Safety Permits as needed. • To assist the Electricians, Fitters and sub-contractors as required. • Manage all engineering sub-contractors on site. • Maintain housekeeping standards within the workshop and areas of work within the Plant. • To organise/record Maintenance Department holiday requests and on call rota – liaising with Plant Manager to ensure full operational coverage at all times. • To carry out appraisal meetings with maintenance staff in line with company policy. EXPERIENCE REQUIRED • Recognised formal electrical or engineering qualification • Enthusiastic team leader • Good communication skills, verbal and written with management, staff, sub-contractors, and suppliers • Fully aware of Electricity at Work regulations and the Institute of Electrical Engineers 17th Edition Regulations • Multi skilled experience outside of root discipline • Knowledge of planned preventative maintenance systems • Operational knowledge of planned preventative maintenance systems • Fully aware of current H&S and Environmental legislation, standards and procedures If you are interested in hearing more about it this position, please apply with your most recent CV or contact Iain Shanley for more information about the role.