Multi-skilled Maintenance Technician
Job posted: 10/10/2019
What does your factory smell like?
Stay with me…
If it doesn’t smell like chocolate, then maybe you’re in the wrong job. Imagine that smell every day.
Your job is hard. Time is of the essence here, you’ll be (for lack of a better phrase) ‘on it’, attending breakdowns, diagnosing faults and applying fixes to keep the operation running smoothly. No operation means no smell of chocolate. It also means no production, so it’s pretty important that you’re quick off the mark.
So, no shrinking violets. Your background in manufacturing (ideally food) means you’ll be used to this; you’re not fazed by a deadline and you know the pressure which can ride on you at any given time. It’s not going to come as a surprise, and you’ll be able to handle it well.
‘You need to be a team player’ is a phrase that gets banded around all too easily, but it is very prevalent here.
You will have to be able to dovetail seamlessly with your peers. Some people work better on their own, but you’ll be part of a bigger picture here so if your work ethic is ‘me, myself and I’ this won’t be a good fit.
Personal development here is key, you’ll have a plan set out so you can continuously improve to become the best at what you do. Development is important to these guys, with on-site investment in new technology and more importantly their people. It’ll need to be important to you, too.
You’ll a salary of £47,085 which is inclusive of a shift premium. A very generous pension scheme so you can save for your well-earned retirement years. 26 days holiday including bank holidays, so you can rest up plus a load of other perks including all the chocolate you could ever want.
I’d love to talk to you about this one. If you haven’t got an up to date CV, don’t worry, you can just send me what you do have (firstname.lastname@example.org) or get in touch another way – I know not everyone has one to hand. My number is on our site, along with LinkedIn details to connect (Adam Williams).
Every applicant will receive a response.