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Shift Engineer

Shift Engineer

Buxton, DB, GB, SK17 6AQ

Buxton, DB, GB, SK17 6AQ

Position Snapshot

Shift Engineer

Nestlé Waters

Buxton

Salary: Circa £43K inclusive of shift allowance, excellent companywide benefits.

Shift Pattern – 4 on 4 off, 2 days and 2 nights

Position Summary

 

We are looking for a Shift Engineer to join our Nestlé Waters factory at our Buxton site to support the maintenance department. You will be responsible for the implementation and execution of the factory asset maintenance programme, aimed to eliminate unplanned stops and optimise maintenance cost and as a result increase asset intensity.

 

Nestlé Waters is the world leader in the bottled water market and we’re committed to bottling the very best waters from the source and straight to our customers via the most advanced and sustainable techniques currently employed.

We have a genuine passion for healthy hydration, a fabulous portfolio of brands, a clear strategy and a determination to win in the marketplace of both consumers and customers. During 2012, we’ve developed a state-of-the-art production facility in Buxton and we have centred there our ensuring supply operations.

 

Manufacturing in Nestlé is all about ensuring the consumer receives a perfect quality product, at the right time and place whilst driving losses from our business in order to maximise efficiency & productivity.

A day in the life of...

 

As a Shift Engineer, you will be a key point of contact for all technical matters on shift across the whole factory. You will be working to drive improvements in the performance of machinery and assets, technically supporting the shift leader and developing the technical skills within the engineering and operational teams.

The factory is moving forward with continuous improvement principles and actively developing TPM processes so it’s an exciting time to be involved, and it is expected that you will play a key part in the move from reactive to proactive maintenance.

 

Key day to day activities:

  • To work as part of the technical team throughout the shift ensuring work is prioritised in accordance with production plans, schedules and preventative engineering requirements and carry out a comprehensive handover.
  • Responding to breakdowns within the plant, maximising production output and ensuring the smooth flow of the operation.
  • Repairing, reporting and analysis of unplanned technical failures to drive further improvements.
  • Provide technical expertise to reduce both technical and production losses, including coaching and/or participating in problem solving, implementing solutions, sharing knowledge, building competence.
  • Looking after all aspects of cost, efficiency, quality and maintenance activities including administration.
  • Contributing to the upkeep of all relevant technical documentation.
  • Raising purchase orders where required.
  • Liaising with the Maintenance Planner to ensure engineering activities are completed.
  • Support External Functions to complete remedial actions from Compliance audits.
What will make you successful

 

You will have experience within a FMCG environment and be able to demonstrate engineering knowledge across maintenance, industrial services and automation.

 

Other key attributes:

  • Be educated to a minimum NVQ level 3 in an Electrical Engineering time served apprenticeship or equivalent.
  • 17th or 18th edition wiring regulations is desirable.
  • Experience or appreciation of Instrumentation and Siemens PLC’s.
  • Be able to demonstrate skills working on pneumatics systems, process equipment including gearboxes drives, pumps, valves, and also/or packaging equipment.
  • Demonstrate strong mechanical comprehension.
  • Possess a logical fault finding approach to breakdowns.
  • Be able to communicate effectively with a range of stakeholders.
  • Experience of modern manufacturing techniques such as 5S, LEAN and TPM would be ideal.
  • Demonstrate a sense of urgency whilst never compromising safety or product quality.
What you need to know

 

What can we offer in return? Great benefits you’d expect from a business the size of Nestlé – in the shape of a competitive salary and benefits package, bonus scheme, 310h holiday’s per year, pension scheme and a real focus on personal development and growth. 

The closing date for this role is 29th Oct 2020, we will be considering applicants as they apply, so please don’t delay in submitting your application.

 

At Nestlé, our values are rooted in respect – for our employees, our customers and our consumers.  That’s why championing diversity and inclusion is so important to us; when we embrace different perspectives and give everyone the chance to be the best they can be, we can think in new, creative ways that grow and enhance our business. We are committed to equal opportunity for all and we may collect relevant data for monitoring purposes during our candidate registration process.  Be yourself, everyone else is taken!

Position Snapshot

Shift Engineer

Nestlé Waters

Buxton

Salary: Circa £43K inclusive of shift allowance, excellent companywide benefits.

Shift Pattern – 4 on 4 off, 2 days and 2 nights

Position Summary

 

We are looking for a Shift Engineer to join our Nestlé Waters factory at our Buxton site to support the maintenance department. You will be responsible for the implementation and execution of the factory asset maintenance programme, aimed to eliminate unplanned stops and optimise maintenance cost and as a result increase asset intensity.

 

Nestlé Waters is the world leader in the bottled water market and we’re committed to bottling the very best waters from the source and straight to our customers via the most advanced and sustainable techniques currently employed.

We have a genuine passion for healthy hydration, a fabulous portfolio of brands, a clear strategy and a determination to win in the marketplace of both consumers and customers. During 2012, we’ve developed a state-of-the-art production facility in Buxton and we have centred there our ensuring supply operations.

 

Manufacturing in Nestlé is all about ensuring the consumer receives a perfect quality product, at the right time and place whilst driving losses from our business in order to maximise efficiency & productivity.

A day in the life of...

 

As a Shift Engineer, you will be a key point of contact for all technical matters on shift across the whole factory. You will be working to drive improvements in the performance of machinery and assets, technically supporting the shift leader and developing the technical skills within the engineering and operational teams.

The factory is moving forward with continuous improvement principles and actively developing TPM processes so it’s an exciting time to be involved, and it is expected that you will play a key part in the move from reactive to proactive maintenance.

 

Key day to day activities:

  • To work as part of the technical team throughout the shift ensuring work is prioritised in accordance with production plans, schedules and preventative engineering requirements and carry out a comprehensive handover.
  • Responding to breakdowns within the plant, maximising production output and ensuring the smooth flow of the operation.
  • Repairing, reporting and analysis of unplanned technical failures to drive further improvements.
  • Provide technical expertise to reduce both technical and production losses, including coaching and/or participating in problem solving, implementing solutions, sharing knowledge, building competence.
  • Looking after all aspects of cost, efficiency, quality and maintenance activities including administration.
  • Contributing to the upkeep of all relevant technical documentation.
  • Raising purchase orders where required.
  • Liaising with the Maintenance Planner to ensure engineering activities are completed.
  • Support External Functions to complete remedial actions from Compliance audits.
What will make you successful

 

You will have experience within a FMCG environment and be able to demonstrate engineering knowledge across maintenance, industrial services and automation.

 

Other key attributes:

  • Be educated to a minimum NVQ level 3 in an Electrical Engineering time served apprenticeship or equivalent.
  • 17th or 18th edition wiring regulations is desirable.
  • Experience or appreciation of Instrumentation and Siemens PLC’s.
  • Be able to demonstrate skills working on pneumatics systems, process equipment including gearboxes drives, pumps, valves, and also/or packaging equipment.
  • Demonstrate strong mechanical comprehension.
  • Possess a logical fault finding approach to breakdowns.
  • Be able to communicate effectively with a range of stakeholders.
  • Experience of modern manufacturing techniques such as 5S, LEAN and TPM would be ideal.
  • Demonstrate a sense of urgency whilst never compromising safety or product quality.
What you need to know

 

What can we offer in return? Great benefits you’d expect from a business the size of Nestlé – in the shape of a competitive salary and benefits package, bonus scheme, 310h holiday’s per year, pension scheme and a real focus on personal development and growth. 

The closing date for this role is 29th Oct 2020, we will be considering applicants as they apply, so please don’t delay in submitting your application.

 

At Nestlé, our values are rooted in respect – for our employees, our customers and our consumers.  That’s why championing diversity and inclusion is so important to us; when we embrace different perspectives and give everyone the chance to be the best they can be, we can think in new, creative ways that grow and enhance our business. We are committed to equal opportunity for all and we may collect relevant data for monitoring purposes during our candidate registration process.  Be yourself, everyone else is taken!

Apply now »