Electrical Shift Technician

Job Title: Electrical Shift Technician
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Wales, Wales
Salary: £38000 - £42000 per annum
Start Date: 2018-01-08
Reference: 74168
Contact Name: Mario Bryan
Contact Email:
Job Published: December 19, 2017 10:26

Job Description

Electrical Shift Technician – South Wales - £33,000 Basic + Bonus + Shift allowance = £42,000 Starting Package!!

A leading Global Manufacturer with sites across the UK is looking for an Electrical Shift technician for one of their sites in the South of Wales. They want you and your electrical maintenance experience to join their already efficient maintenance team to assist in all electrical maintenance activities on site. Due to investment and growth on site, this is a fantastic opportunity for someone to join an already established but growing business - This site has multi-million pound investment and development plan.

The right person for this role will be an experienced/time served, electrically biased Engineer with PLC experience and knowledge of motors, inverters, complex control systems and sensors.

  • Ensure all equipment is serviced and repaired efficiently
  • Pre-Planned maintenance is carried out effectively and downtime reduced
  • Fault finding and problem solving on electrical machinery and systems
  • PLC fault finding (Allen Bradley)
  • Continuous improvement
  • Supporting the Engineering Manager
  • Apprentice trained with electrical bias
  • Experience in an automated plant
  • Planned maintenance skills
  • Experience of working with motors, sensors and associated electrical equipment
  • PLC experience
  • Ability to interrogate Allen Bradley
  • Willing to work shifts
  • Higher qualifications in engineering
  • Controls programming
  • Time Served - Electrical
  • Fault finding - Allen Bradley 
  • £33,000 basic
  • Bonus
  • Shift allowance
  • Pension
  • Holidays
  • Extra benefits
Mario Bryan - 07534 486 910 -

Key skills

Manufacturing, production, conveyors, planned maintenance, maintenance, electrical, mechanical, profibus, Allen Bradley, controls, time served, apprentice, process improvement, product quality, shift