Stanley, and Blackburn
37.5 hours a week – working 3 shift pattern
Clayton Glass is looking to recruit a Site Engineer at its Stanley/Blackburn Site to complete level 2 maintenance activities, repairing, improving and maintaining production plant and equipment in order to achieve optimum performance.
The Site Engineer will adopt an analytical approach to problem solving using WCM tools to identify the root cause of failures, along with proposing appropriate corrective and sustaining actions.
You will support level 3 and level 1 maintenance activities and take part in accident/incident investigations, helping to put in place solutions and corrective actions.
You will lead the completion of fault finding to determine the root cause of failures and identify sustaining actions to prevent re-occurrence to reduce equipment breakdown duration and reduce the frequency of breakdowns.
Clayton Glass is the UK’s leading independent glass manufacturer, winning multiple awards, operating across 6 sites nationwide. We really value our employees and recognise their efforts, and we take pride in investing in their development. As an owner run company, it really does have a family feel and a friendly, relaxed working environment.
Who we are looking for
We are looking for an electrically biased City & Guilds Level 2 engineer who has 5 years + experience of working in an industrialised manufacturing background with a good working knowledge of hydraulics, pneumatics, mechanical fitting, ELV control circuits, PLC I/O logic, basic plumbing and ARC/MIG/TIG welding. You will be able to use and interpret engineering data and interpret electrical/mechanical/hydraulic and pneumatic drawings.
You will have good mathematical skills, excellent team working and problem-solving skills and ideally be able to work across all three shifts including night shift.
If you think you have what it takes and you would love a career with Clayton Glass, we would love to hear from you!
|JOB PURPOSE: |
– To complete level 2 maintenance activities.
– To develop self to improve skill base and knowledge.
– Support training needs.To repair, improve, and maintain production plant and equipment in order to achieve optimum performance, while working safely at all times and in a timely manner.
– Reporting to the Site Manager, the Maintenance Engineer is responsible for the completion of daily and weekly level 2 maintenance tasks, adopting an analytical approach to problem solving by using WCM tools, to identify the root cause of failures, along with proposing appropriate corrective and sustaining actions.
– Support level 3 and level 1 maintenance activities.
– PCS/projects/order placement/control of contractors etc.
– Decisions made within defined business policies and procedures.
– Conformance with all site EHS systems and procedures in relation to tasks being undertaken.
– Work within the level 2 maintenance systems – reporting systems, spares control, CMMS etc.
– Working either in a team or as an individual.
– Support shift changes within team, to support short term resource issues.
– Able to identify hazards and implement appropriate control measures when defining the safe method of work.
– Keep workshop in a safe and organise manner following 5S principles.
– No direct budget control.
– No cost or spend authorisation.
– Health, Safety & Environment.
– Work to achieve zero accidents.
– To adhere to all safety policies and regulations, while working within a safe system of work, including Permit to Work, Personal Protection Equipment, Working at Height, Isolation, Risk Assessment etc.
– The adherence to all environmental policies and regulations.
– Conduct an “On The Job Risk Assessment” for tasks, and communicate any resulting recommendations for improvements.
– To challenge and report all unsafe actions and hazards.
– Take part in accident/incident investigations, helping to put in place solutions and corrective actions.
– Reduce equipment breakdown duration (mean time to repair), and reduce the frequency of breakdowns (mean time between failures).
– Ensure maintenance level 2 tasks are completed in a safe, timely and cost effective manner.
– Following instruction but be proactive in seeking out and solving level 2 concerns.
– Lead the completion of the fault finding to determine the root cause of failures and identify sustaining actions to prevent re-occurrence.
– Support the completion of BDA and 5Whys as required. Maintain daily records of activities and follow all department procedures and systems.
– Where a problem occurs within the required activities or task, use own initiative to rectify the situation, where this cannot be done, notify the Central Engineering Manager or other site manager.
– Assist in the completion of the fault finding to determine the root cause of failures and identify sustaining actions to prevent re-occurrence.
– Complete BDA and 5Whys as required.
– Take an active role in site projects as requested.
– Assist in the reduction of plant downtime.
– Support level 1 and level 2 maintenance activities as required.
– Understand the impact of role / performance on internal and external customers and treat it as a priority.
– Continually seek ways to reduce breakdown duration and frequency.
– Driven by a culture of ‘continuous improvement’, through the use of WCM problem solving tools and participation in WCM AM/PM/5S/5Why projects.
– Lead improvement projects when nominated.
– Recommend working solutions to production allowing them to meet the goals of the daily plan during breakdowns.
– Recommend and develop improvements to process, service regimes and spares stock holding.
– Find innovative ways to overcome technical problems.
– Create a mind-set that demonstrates to the business what value good engineering practices bring to the site.
|EDUCATION & SKILLS & COMPETENCIES:|
– Completion of an electrical maintenance/engineering apprenticeship or like.
– Minimum C&G 2360 parts 1&2 or equivalent17th or 18th Ed electrical certified with a sound knowledge of the Electricity at Work Regulations.
– GCSEs (or equivalent) at grades A*-C in Maths, English and Science+3 years’ experience within an industrialised manufacturing environment.
– Electrically biased with a good working knowledge of hydraulics, pneumatics, mechanical fitting, ELV control circuits, PLC I/O logic, basic plumbing and ARC/MIG/TIG welding.
– Familiar with industry standard safety requirements e.g. Isolation procedures and permit’s to work.
– Using and interpreting engineering data with the ability to read and fault find from Electrical/Mechanical/Hydraulic/Pneumatic drawingsGood level of literacy and IT skills are required, e.g. Excel, Word, Outlook.
– Good with communications both verbally and written.