Mechanical Fitter



Reference: MEL01

Are you a qualified and experienced Mechanical Fitter seeking your next opportunity?  If so, we could have the role for you, so keep reading …..

We have an excellent opportunity for a Mechanical Fitter to join our on-site team working on an industrial manufacturing site in Melton Mowbray.

Musk Process Services are 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.

Key Responsibilities

Working as part of the Musk on-site maintenance team, you will be carrying out mechanical preventative maintenance duties across the site, attending breakdowns, carrying out overhauls on machinery and improving the plants availability and reliability.  The role will also cover minor installation remedial works.

You should be able to operate workshop machinery, including lathes and milling machines.

Working Hours: 37.5 Hours per week (Monday-Friday). Overtime and weekend work may be required.


Skills and Experience

You should have a strong mechanical engineering background with experience of working within an industrial environment and of maintaining:

  • Pump bearings / seals / couplings / alignments
  • Motor/gearbox drives
  • Chain/belt drives
  • Pneumatics and Hydraulics

A methodical fault finding mentality is essential.  Experience of using SAP is advantageous, not essential.

Fabrication and welding experience would be an advantage.

You must possess a mechanical qualification (e.g. City & Guilds / BTEC / NVQ).

Proof of eligibility to work in the UK will be required.


If you would like to apply please submit your details in the form and we will get back to you as soon as soon as we can.

T 01733 297500

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