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Production Support Maintenance Engineer

Oxfordshire   •  Negotiable  •  Permanent, Full time

Calling all Production Maintenance Support Engineers, this is a role to discuss if you are looking to work for a Global Leading Medical Device company in a talented team where you will be responsible for complex production line manufacturing machine faults. Providing 2nd line specialist engineering support, this role will manage escalated machine faults from production and take ownership of diagnosing and implementing repairs.

As the Production Maintenance Support Engineer you will be supporting our clients high speed equipment, which manufactures their medical device products.

This role will suit an experienced Mechanical or Electrical Engineer with demonstrable experience of independently managing and resolving difficult machine breakdowns or stoppages.

This role will be based at our clients site in Woodstock, working 40 hours per week Monday to Friday, hours of work are 8:00am to 4:30pm with a 30 minute break.

Key Responsibilities of the Production Maintenance Support Engineer will be as follows..

Provide broad and flexible engineering support to the site based engineering teams, ensuring efficient day to day execution of their objectives

Carry out escalated repairs on machinery in all areas of the site and liaise with production personnel to minimise downtime

Continued training and development of Engineers

Support with planned preventative maintenance if required

Carry out modifications to manufacturing machines or make minor components to implement machine improvements

Oversee machine stoppages and ensure required repairs are completed within a timely manner

Work with Process Improvement Engineers to ensure that corrective actions are put in place to avoid repeated maintenance issues

Ensure that all repair and maintenance documentation is always maintained with full compliance with all regulatory guide lines and company Standard Operating Procedures

Keep track of spare parts stock levels, ensuring required equipment is maintained and available when needed

To be successful in this role, you will need:

ONC or NVQ qualified or equivalent in electrical or mechanical engineering

Working experience with high speed manufacturing equipment within the medical, pharma or food industry

Hands on experience with mechanical fitting and adjustments on high speed assembly equipment

Working knowledge of Pneumatic components and control systems

Understanding of preventative maintenance procedures, best practices and current safety regulations/legislations

The ability to diagnose and repair detailed mechanical equipment faults

To make quick decisions under pressure

Excellent communication skills

To be proactive and work with a sense of urgency to a fast pace

What you will receive in return?

You will be joining a successful, privately owned industry leader who are constantly innovating and looking to improve lives, empower patients and relieve the pressure on healthcare professionals. We invest heavily in our staff and offer a competitive salary and benefits package along with the opportunity to develop within the business. Additional benefits include:

25 days annual leave (with the opportunity to earn loyalty days with length of service)

Holiday purchase scheme (up to 10 days purchased per holiday year)

Enhanced Family Friendly Policies

Enhanced Sickness Pay

Group Life Insurance

Wellbeing initiatives and support

Annual company bonus

Free parking, free tea & coffee and free fruit

  • Agency: Cpl Life Sciences
  • Reference: JO-2207-497527
  • Posted: 22nd July 2022
  • Expires: 19th August 2022

Cpl Life Sciences

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