Maintenance Technician 

Dordon CFC

We are currently looking for a Maintenance Technician to join our engineering team in Dordon. This is a permanent position reporting to the Maintenance Manager. The initial focus of the Maintenance Technician will be:

  • Carry out effective Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) schedules for MHE, Automation
    Equipment and Building Tech Systems
  • Complete maintenance tasks to the correct quality and safety standards
  • Partake in a continuous improvement working environment
  • Work with the operations team to plan and prioritise maintenance windows

This role is initially Mon-Fri on a double dayshift pattern (7am-3pm & 1pm-10pm Finish 9pm on Fri), although flexibility maybe required for the occasional period of support or weekend work where needed. Due to business demands, maintenance downtime windows will frequently be outside of the typical dayshift role, some flexibility will therefore be required to ensure effective use of downtime slots.

Roles and responsibilities

  • Carrying out electrical and mechanical planned maintenance across the site in an accurate,
    timely and safe manner
  • Ensure 100% of planned maintenance is complete and update work records as required on
    the CMMS
  • Identification of acute and chronic maintenance issues and corresponding plan to resolve
  • Carrying out and recording of preventative peripheral maintenance
  • Assisting the Maintenance Supervisor & Engineers with the identification of high downtime
    peripherals and carry out rectification work to increase MHE availability
  • Where required, respond to and diagnose equipment breakdowns, resolving issues and
    action repairs
  • Be involved in root cause analysis activities to identify improvement work on equipment to
    improve reliability and efficiency

Key experience and skills are needed for this role:

  • Experience carrying out electrical or mechanical maintenance to include predictive and
    preventive planned maintenance
  • Minimum of 2 years of relevant work experience, preferably in automation hardware and
    software
  • Demonstrable analytical skills with sound problem solving ability
  • This role involves working at height using a variety of access equipment, so you need to be
    comfortable working at heights
  • Experience of maintenance methodologies
  • Good interpersonal skills with an ability to meet demanding targets in a pressurised
    environment
  • Have a formal qualification in an Engineering subject
  • Ability to communicate clearly both, internally and with suppliers
  • Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, and experience with CMMS systems would be
    advantageous

What will I get in return?

  • Competitive salary and benefits including Free Shares and Life Assurance
  • 15% off your Ocado shopping
  • Onsite subsidised café and company shop offering discounts of up to 70% on groceries from leading brands and major retailers
  • Private Healthcare
  • National discounts including Vodafone, Merlin Attractions, Cineworld, Enterprise Car Hire and many more  
  • Enhanced Pension scheme - matching up to 7% of your contributions
  • Employee Assistance Programme  

We are thrilled to welcome applicants from across the world. Please note that unfortunately we are unable to cover the cost of your visa at this time. We do cover the relevant company costs for visa sponsorship. For all employment offers made for UK roles, it is expected that you will be based in the UK in commutable distance, ready for your first day of work, so please keep this in mind. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask.

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Ocado is an equal opportunities employer and as such makes every effort to ensure that all potential employers are treated fairly and equally, regardless of their sex, sexual orientation, marital status, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion, age, disability or union membership status.
 
We will always aim to respond to everyone who applies for one of our roles. Sometimes though we have a lot of applicants and it takes us a little while to get back to everyone. If you haven’t heard from us within two weeks of your application, then you should take it that you have not been successful on this occasion and accept our apologies that we didn’t manage to get back to you personally.
 
Due to the fast-paced nature of Ocado's business our vacancy close dates may be subject to change.

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