• UK

Chad Harrison International

Chad Harrison International is working with one of the global leaders in the cement industry to offer an opportunity for a high calibre Mechanical Planner at its flagship plant in the UK.

The successful candidate will report to the Methods Manager, and be a key member of the maintenance team.

Responsibilities:

  • Highest possible safety
  • Maintenance planning according to priorities and resources available
  • Ensure relevant resources, parts and materials are available for planned work
  • Meet deadlines and achieve quality targets
  • Communicate effectively with Maintenance colleagues and the wider plant team
  • Prepare time and cost estimates for work orders and plans
  • Manage plans for a range of maintenance operations
  • Work with colleagues to oversee sub-contracted jobs
  • Manage inventories of spare parts and liaise with relevant colleagues and external suppliers relating to spares management
  • Maintain CMMS data using SAP
  • Be an integral part of shutdowns and planned overhauls
  • Collate technical specifications for procurement of spares
  • Manage equipment codification

Qualifications:

  • Craft training/time-served apprenticeship in mechanical engineering OR BEng/MEng in a relevant subject matter
  • A recognised H&S qualification such as NEBOSH or IOSH is desired

Experience:

  • At least 3+ years in a heavy process manufacturing environment, preferably cement/similar industry
  • SAP
  • Planning major mechanical improvement projects
  • Technical mechanical knowledge
  • Quality management methodologies
  • Continuous improvement methodologies

On offer is an attractive base salary with genuine progression opportunities.

Chad Harrison International is a global search and permanent solution specialist recruitment consultancy operating across the Built Environment industries. Our mission is to be the company of choice that connects the best in the international market. For further information or to view our jobs go to www.chadharrison.co

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