Electrical Maintenance EngineerThe RoleAs an Electrical Maintenance Engineer, you will support our operations teams by performing necessary breakdown repairs, leading preventative maintenance activity and facilitating the promotion of engineering solutions for process improvement to ensure process availability and productivity are optimised.The role of the Maintenance Engineers is to effectively maintain all process and auxiliary equipment across the Steelpark with an aim to improve up time while reducing costs. All maintenance engineers will be expected to work a 3 shift- rotating pattern (Monday to Friday) with cover at the weekend when needed.Duties and responsibilities within the role include but are not limited to: Maintain and repair processing machinery and ancillary equipment in a safe and productive manner in order to maximise availability at optimum cost.Adhere to the preventative maintenance programmes to ensure that unplanned downtime is avoided.Through utilisation of the SHIRE (PM) system ensure engineering spares and inventory on site are managed within budget constraints and equipment downtime is minimised.Deliver training to operators in order they are able to understand and implement basic maintenance activities facilitating optimum productivity.Procure and manage contract resource to ensure prompt and cost effective recovery from breakdown.Facilitate optimal performance by working flexibly within the team and the context of the site, undertaking maintenance at short notice.Ensure that own and team operations, including those undertaken on the Company's behalf by third party service providers, are conducted in manner which fully complies with Health & Safety, quality, environmental and corporate policies.Understand, deploy and seek to recommend improvements to production control procedures to support team performance objectives.To provide a source of expertise in programmable/configurable devices (instrumentation, PLCs, drives etc.)The CandidateThe ideal candidate must be qualified to ONC, HND or City & Guilds Mechanical or ONC, HND or City & Guilds Electrical.Applicants will have demonstrable experience of a relevant engineering discipline, continuous improvement processes, preventative maintenance techniques and dealing with contractors. Experience of first stage fault finding, PLCs, drives and AC/DC controllers is also desirable. Alternatively, in depth knowledge of pneumatics, hydraulics, welding and first stage mechanical fault finding.You will have the ability to demonstrate excellent communication and organisational skills and be computer literate. The ability to work without close supervision, yet under pressure and to tight timescales is essential.The BenefitsOur Client offers their employees significant benefits packages. For this role, you will benefit from:A market competitive salary35 days holidays per annumAnnual Pay ReviewAnnual Bonus Scheme - subject to business performanceOne of the UK's leading defined contribution pension schemes (10% employer contribution / 6% employee contribution) We also have an extensive list of lifestyle benefits including free on site parking at all of our sites, an employee assistance programme as well as discounts with local and national retailers and services. Employee discount scheme for companies including Vodafone, Nissan, Jaguar Land Rover and also various local services Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.