Maintenance Operations Manager
Are you an experienced Maintenance manager seeking your next opportunity?
We have an excellent opportunity for a Maintenance Operations Manager to manage and plan work for a small maintenance team, while having a hands on approach on an industrial brewery site. The team will be carrying out electrical and mechanical preventive maintenance throughout the site and at its local storage depot on-site in Keighley.
Musk Process Services is a leading engineering company that supports many blue-chip manufacturers across several industrial sectors. We are a growing organisation, comprised of brilliant people providing a range of engineering services and are always looking for new faces to join our high-calibre teams on exciting projects.
We provide a strong health and safety culture and for motivated employees, ample personal development opportunities.
You will be required to effectively plan, prioritise and manage the work, organise materials, manage hire of equipment, identify labour requirements, and compile risk assessments and method statements as required.
You will ideally have an understanding of Engineering Reliability in terms of Root Cause Analysis (RCA), Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM) and Condition Based monitoring (CBM). If not, extensive training will be given, as these are core aspect of our Client service delivery.
Working Hours: 40 Hours per week, Monday to Friday, 7.30am – 4.00pm. You will be required to cover site hours between 2.00pm – 10.00pm Monday-Friday on rotation between other members of the team.
Skills and Experience
You should have a strong electrical maintenance background together with experience of working on process Machinery that may include but not be limited to:
- Water heating systems
- Screw conveyors
- Belt conveyors
- Pneumatic transfer systems
- Couplings (including fluid/powder)
- Mechanical strainers
- Diverter drives
- Centrifugal and PD pumps
- Chain drives
Experience of CMMS would be an advantage.
It is essential you possess an electrical or Mechanical qualification (e.g. City & Guilds / BTEC / NVQ3).
For electrically qualified personnel City & Guilds 18th Edition is essential.
Proof of eligibility to work in the UK will be required.