Do you want to work for a business who pride themselves in being worldwide leaders in their respective market?
My client are the world’s largest and finest quality spinner of cashmere yarn. With an incredible family culture, they are incredibly welcoming. With their flat hierarchal system, you will always have a say and your opinions will matter regardless of rank.
With further significant investments having been made recently, they have the latest technology to enhance the performance, productivity, and consistency of the natural fibres. This in turn has propelled the business to even higher heights and they are now needing key members of staff to help drive the business forward.
Title: Mechanical Fitter
Salary: £26,000 to £33,000 plus 3k shift allowance
Week 1: Mon to Thu(7am to 3pm), Fri(6am to 1pm)
Week 2: Sun to Wed(11pm to 7am), Thu(11pm to 6am)
Week 3: Mon to Thu(3pm to 11pm), Fri(1pm to 8pm)
Pension Scheme: 6%
Location: Perth and Kinross
The ideal candidate
At least 3 years’ experience within a manufacturing environment (or modern industrial considered), You will have the ability to demonstrate a hands-on knowledge of mechanical processes such as turning, milling, drilling, fabrication, welding etc. Ideally from a mechanical biased background.
Knowledge and Experience:
•Good at problem solving and fault finding.
•Hands-on knowledge of pipework, valves & pumps, sprinkler system, general fitting etc.
•3 years minimum experience within manufacturing environment.
•Experience and understanding of heating systems, compressors, motors, pumps, heat exchangers, ventilation systems, hydraulics & pneumatic systems.
•Good decision-making skills with strong organisational skills.
•A Knowledge of workshop machinery to produce parts or tools by turning, boring, milling, slotting, grinding or drilling metal stock or components.
•Use all relevant tools, machinery and equipment to comply with current Health & Safety Legislation. Fully understand all relevant general Health & Safety issues appertaining to the relevant trade discipline.
Main accountabilities will include:
•Working to reduce plant downtime.
•Troubleshoot and resolve plant and equipment faults.
•Plan and carry out preventative maintenance tasks.
•Accurately and constructively carry out corrective maintenance actions.
•Practice continuous improvement, innovation and pro-activeness for improved working – offering possible solutions to issues.
•Carry out all work in accordance with the department’s generic risk assessments and non-generic risk assessments as and when required.
•Flexibility to carry out other given duties.
If you are interested in this position then please forward a copy of your most up to date CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Alan Benny on 0131 226 5060.