An excellent opportunity has arisen with one of the UK’s largest manufacturers within the FMCG market. They are a company specialising in the manufacture and converting of consumer based products. With a market leading presence, the company has grown over the last 40 years, to become a dominant player in this global market.
Apprentice Trained Electrical or Mechanical Engineer.
Experience with Automated PLC Systems.
Manufacturing Knowledge of FMCG Processes.
You will need to be a time served engineer with an electrical or mechanical bias and have FMCG or similar machinery experience. If you have worked on PLC systems in fast moving manufacturing machinery, this would be a great advantage. Also, able and willing to work on drives, motors, and general process improvements and other associated manufacturing machinery. You will have a detailed understanding of engineering within an automated process manufacturing facility. The successful candidate will be responsible for all aspects of day-to-day engineering projects and maintenance activities ensuring work is carried out to the highest standards and maximising machine efficiencies. The successful candidate will be in line to broaden their skills considerably.
If you are interested in this role please send a copy of your current CV using the details provided, interviews will be held locally, and the company is looking to recruit this role as soon as possible.
ETS Consulting Ltd – Recruitment specialists with specific areas of expertise in the Manufacturing, Technical, Engineering and Sales markets.
ETS Consulting Limited act as an employment business and employment agency and are registered in England and Wales as ETS Consulting Limited, registered no . Registered office address 24 Broad Street, Salford, Lancashire, M6 5BY.
If one of our consultants contacts you in relation to this role, please be aware that as part of our registration process you will be required to provide ETS Consulting with proof of your identity along with proof of your eligibility to work in the United Kingdom.