Multi-Skilled Engineer (Electrical Bias)


The function

Multi-Skilled Engineer

Bury St Edmunds, Full Time  
Shift Work Early and Late

What will you do?

We are looking for an enthusiastic multi-skilled Engineer to be a part of our dynamic team at Bury St Edmunds. This role involves both pre-planned and reactive maintenance on production machinery at our Bury St Edmunds mill. You will work on a range of animal feed processing equipment ensuring maximum up time on the plant. Experience in a manufacturing environment (milling/malting) will be an advantage.

Tasks and responsibilities as a Multi-skilled Engineer:

  • Carrying out pre-planned maintenance tasks on all site machinery.
  • Ensuring reactive maintenance is carried out in a timely manner to minimise down time.
  • Electrical fault finding and testing.
  • Communicating with all aspects of the production team to ensure all company safety, quality & environmental policies/procedures are adhered to at all times.
  • Maintaining standards in all work areas.

Your CV shows:

  • Multi-Skilled engineer with an electrical bias.
  • That you have been in a proactive engineering role within a maintenance department.
  • Nationally recognised qualifications including 18th Edition, City and Guilds 2360/2330 and 2382.
  • Knowledge of and experience with electrical energy technology, PLC & Scada.
  • Welding and fabrication experience.
  • Experience working with CMMS systems.
  • Counter-balance FLT licence.
  • A working knowledge of Word and Excel.
  • Full UK driving licence.
  • That you are prepared to work as part of a team in shifts and for on-call duties.

    Are you the Multi-Skilled Engineer we are looking for?
    If so, please send your CV with a covering letter through this link (or through the ‘apply’ button).

    Did you know that…

  • ForFarmers (Lochem, the Netherlands) is an internationally operating feed company that offers Total Feed solutions for conventional and organic livestock farming.
  • ForFarmers has a turnover of 2.4 billion euros and produces 10 million tonnes of animal feed per year?
  • ForFarmers employs approximately 2,700 people and has sites in the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Poland and the UK?
  • ForFarmers invests significantly in sustainability, animal welfare and safety?
  • ForFarmers has the ambition to become the best supplier of feed for domestic animals in Europe and is well on its way? And that you can play a role in this?

    We offer: excellent employment conditions, a good work atmosphere and plenty of freedom

    Working with ForFarmers means working with: an internationally growing and highly dynamic company, a result-orientated organisation with a pleasant and informal work atmosphere, a company that gives you scope for individual initiative and responsibility as a result of which you can partially create your position and your future. Naturally, ForFarmers offers a good salary which suits your role, as well as excellent fringe benefits.