Multi-skilled Bakery Engineer

We have an exciting new vacancy for a Multi-Skilled Engineer. Working collaboratively with others to maintain and achieve stakeholder satisfaction, quality standards and high levels of operational performance on all site machinery and plant

We are operating a continental shift pattern with 7 days off in every 14-day cycle - we are a 24/7 operating bakery, 12-hour shifts covering days/ nights and weekdays/weekends, on a two-week Rota. Shift patterns 4 days on, 3 days off, 3 days on, 4 days off. Shifts start times are 6am and 6pm.

Our benefits include company pension plan, life assurance, BUPA cash plan, cycle to work scheme and free onsite parking.

Lantmännen Unibake is a leading bakery business in the UK, supplying many household names with bread and pastries.

Can you work both day and night shifts and some weekend shifts?

Are you flexible and reliable, with a positive can-do attitude?

If you can answer yes to these, we would love you to join us at our leading bakery business!

You will be great at:

Fault diagnosis and repair of a wide variety of electrical and mechanical systems. To include: - Pneumatics, hydraulics, pumps, valves, ovens, mixers, pressure systems, refrigeration units

Collaboration with the production/technical teams to resolve engineering issues in a controlled/logical and professional manner

Methodically diagnosing machine and system faults on production equipment

You are:

Reliable with a flexible ‘can do’ attitude

Accurate with a good attention to detail

A team player with a willingness to assist colleagues

Have the ability to work to deadlines and follow instruction

Self-motivated, enthusiastic and determined to adapt to new engineering equipment and challenges with the working environment

You have:

A minimum of 3 year’s multi-skilled engineering maintenance experience ideally gained within FMCG or high speed/volume production environment

Proven experience of mechanical, electrical, PLC’s and an understanding of control systems

Formal training in any CI/LEAN techniques would be advantageous

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