Facilities Engineer – Mechanical and Electrical
Hourly rate £28.00 (umbrella) £21.50 (PAYE)
Based at a world leading manufacturing of compact Off Highway Machinery we’re looking for a Facilities Engineer to lead teams in the delivery of facility goals and projects on an initial contract basis. This will include reviewing and making recommendations on new and current equipment, procedures and training requirements.
At this point we’ve been advised that the contract will be until Dec 2022
As Mechanical and Electrical Facilities Engineer – core responsibilities will include;
Support facility on both new and current mechanical and electrical needs for infrastructure and equipment.
Lead and manage projects for facility improvements and new equipment installation.
Prepares documentation for compliance of site systems to a planned maintenance program
Investigates maintenance-related issues and recommends solutions.
Troubleshoots equipment and systems to prevent downtime.
Liaises and manages third party contractors to ensure compliance.
Assists in the design and recommendations of building changes.
Verifies equipment and systems effectiveness and recommends revision or purchase of new equipment.
Skills, experience & qualifications you will have;
HND in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering or equivalent experience
Experience leading projects
Experience of managing contractors and/or suppliers
Previous experience in equipment specification, diagnostics, systems integration and maintenance coordination
Interpersonal skills to adapt to a diverse group of employees, customers and suppliers
To apply, please submit a copy of your up to date CV clearly indicating your relevant experience. Applicants must have an existing right to work in the UK and evidence of eligibility will be required. Suitable candidates will be contacted.
The above represents a summary of the contract assignment. A full description of this contract assignment is available; the rate advertised is the rate paid by the agency to an umbrella employment company. It is not a PAYE pay rate. A full explanation of this rate and all deductions will be explained in a key information document (KID) supplied to registered candidates.