Engineering Manager

nine twenty Engineering
c£55,000 ( negotiable )
19 Oct 2016
17 Nov 2016
Contract Type
Our client is a leading producer of specialised materials within a growing industry. Due to an ongoing commitment to both plant and people, they now have an exciting opportunity for a talented individual to join their team.

Reporting to, and working closely with the Plant Director, this key role within the business will ensure that maintenance projects and procedures are implemented within budget and on schedule whilst achieving maximum output capacity, enhancing plant efficiency, and maintaining minimum operational cost.

You will also lead and develop the activities of the Maintenance group to ensure safe, cost effective asset utilization supported by added value investment, while complying with all company policy and statutory regulations related to the safety and environment.

Principal Responsibilities include:-

To develop and maintain a program for site improvements, introduction of new technology, and manage the execution of a capital expenditure and maintenance plan to ensure work is completed to a high standard in accordance with customer and project objectives.

Develop and manage a work order system and preventative and predictive maintenance plan. Monitor and analyse the performance of the equipment and improve the efficiency.

Ensure the quality of the spare parts and/or services purchased. Manage suppliers/contractors performance and periodically carry out vendor assessment. Ensure that contractors comply with Cabot safety and all other site procedures.

Actively participate in maintenance and capital budget preparation and cost expenditure forecasts. Review maintenance expenditure and forecasts on a regular basis to assure appropriate spending levels.

Ensure maximum plant availability through the implementation and use of established reliability principles and optimal asset management. Ensure that optimal manning levels are maintained.

Effectively practice Performance Based Management by coaching and developing employees, and assuring effective alignment with the matrix functions.

Useful knowledge and experience would include:- Reliability Centred Maintenance, Proven ability to manage & develop budgets, Failure Mode Experimental Causal Analysis (FMECA), Engineering standards and specifications, Environmental Awareness, Process Safety Management

Educated to degree level in Engineering, you should have at least five years in Maintenance or Engineering role in a manufacturing environment, including three years at management level.

This really is an outstanding opportunity to be part of a forward thinking and driven management team within a developing organisation.

Our client believes in recruiting the very best people, developing their skills and rewarding them well.

If you feel you have the high level of drive and determination to succeed and want to be part of a genuine team, please apply.