Job description

Requirements

  • Entry level
  • No Education
  • Salary to negotiate
  • Huntingdon

Description

NAWI Engineer

£42,980

5.30am - 6pm 4 on days, 4 off, 5.30pm - 6am 4 on nights, 4 off

Purpose of the position

To provide Engineering support to all automotive (NAWI) warehouse and conveyor systems to ensure that all breakdown, PPM and improvement work is carried out to required standards.

Responsibilities/Authorities

·To diagnose all faults and carry out remedial action to required standards.

·To propose improvements to all equipment in order to improve reliability and efficiency.

·To attend PIT meeting on lines to drive an increase in OEE working hand in hand with the production and logistics teams.

·To complete breakdown reports on all work undertaken.

·To ensure that parts used are booked out of the stores department in the correct format.

·To assist in the installation and commissioning of new equipment as necessary.

·To contribute to any special projects that may be required.

·To perform preventative maintenance.

·To provide support and guidance to warehouse operatives.

·Comply with all relevant Health and Safety legislation and observe all safety rules

Continuous Improvement

·Ensure the culture of continuous improvement is maintained and developed throughout the factory

·Support the company's risk management strategy

Professional skills (Required education and work experience)

Must have served a recognised apprenticeship to ONC/HNC level or an equivalent standard (must be electrically biased), with proven track record in electrical control (PLCs, contactors, relays, safety ccts etc.). Experience within an automated environment would be a distinct advantage

  • warehouse