Bakkavor

Maintenance Engineer (Nights)

Recruiter
Bakkavor
Location
Sutton Bridge, Spalding
Salary
£38,500 plus a Night Shift Allowance of £3,238
Posted
12 Jun 2018
Closes
26 Jun 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

Job Title - Maintenance Engineer Job Family

Reports to - Lead Engineer

Wingland Foods is a medium sized site (just under permanent 600 staff) and we are a sole supplier to Waitrose. We have two factories under one roof; Deli and Leaf.  Our Deli factory produces a range of complex ready-made meal accompaniments and salads, and our Leaf factory produces a wide range of bagged leaf products.  Our business is fast paced and is well known for innovative, first to market products and we are proud to work with a leading edge customer.  These roles have come about because of a review we have undertaken; they will make our management structure fit for the future.

Accountabilities

1.Responsible for completion of planned maintenance tasks as well as ensuring breakdowns are prioritised to meet production needs

2.Responsible for Plant & machinery safety and statutory requirements of all assets

3.Ensure shift and departmental objectives and KPI’s are met

4.Accountable for Safe & hygienic working including MAP / orange TAG procedures

5.Meet H&S requirements including the completion of Contractor control activities including completion of permit to work

6.Ensure all jobs are recorded on Agility with accurate information allowing further diagnostics

7.Ensure cross functional working

8.Accountable for designated Project works

9.Responsible for data analysis identifying damage & recurrence issues, efficiency issues and energy saving opportunities

10.Ensure all procedures adhered to including customer COP,  escalation procedures and maintenance best practice

Accountability 1

Responsible for completion of planned maintenance tasks as well as ensuring breakdowns are prioritised to meet production needs

Level What Good Looks Like

  • All breakdowns attended within a 15 minute response time
  • All delegated work completed on time
  • A pro-active approach

What Really Good Looks Like

  • Breakdown response time under 5 minutes
  • All work completed in less than the estimated timescales
  • Work on your own jobs ensuring value added activity
  • Additional work completed from the unscheduled works orders
  • Through the shift team deliver plant performance improvements through moving reactive planned maintenance to proactive predictive maintenance whilst implementing continuous improvement through focused improvement projects

Accountability 2

Responsible for Plant & machinery safety and statutory requirements of all assets

Level - What Good Looks Like

  • Near miss target met and assistance given in the remedial actions required to close out
  • Assist with statutory inspections
  • Asset safety maintained during all engineering works
  • Completes statutory related tasks including ‘in-service inspection and testing of portable appliances’

What Really Good Looks Like

  • Near miss KPI exceeded with a reduction in site accidents
  • Identify potential H&S issues and rectify before they become a problem
  • A positive attitude towards H&S with assistance given to other departments in ensuring their safety and well being

Accountability 3

Ensure shift and departmental objectives and KPI’s are met

Level - What Good Looks Like

  • Shift and departmental KPI’s are understood and met
  • Engineering objectives understood and followed
  • The asset maintenance strategy is employed for the betterment of the business objectives

What Really Good Looks Like

  • Department KPI’s exceeded showing  improvements YOY
  • Shift KPI’s exceeded showing improvement YOY
  • MTBF improved for critical assets

Accountability 4

Accountable for Safe & hygienic working including MAP / orange TAG procedures

Level - What Good Looks Like

  • All work completed hygienically and safely
  • Evidence of compliance to orange tag with minimal issues recorded
  • MAP documents completed for all ‘planned’ invasive works

What Really Good Looks Like

  • 100% completion of MAP forms and orange tag procedure
  • Evidence of pro-active approach to ensuring compliance to Bakkavor and engineering standards for food safe manufacture

Accountability 5

Meet H&S requirements including the completion of Contractor control activities including completion of permit to work

Level -What Good Looks Like

  • Dynamic risk assessments completed for high risk tasks
  • RAMS reviewed for non-project related contractors
  • The issue of permit to work documents in line with the Bakkavor standard
  • Contractor inductions completed
  • Contractors monitored whilst on site ensuring they comply to their RAMS, work safely and do not put others at risk

What Really Good Looks Like

  • Permit to work audited to ensure full contractor compliance and adherence to the COP
  • Electrical COP adhered to ensuring best practice standards met
  • Dynamic risk assessments completed for all non-standard maintenance activities
  • No non-conformances received during audits for H&S compliance issues

Accountability 6

Ensure all jobs are recorded on Agility with accurate information allowing further diagnostics

Level What Good Looks Like

  • All works orders completed with accurate data
  • Materials all booked onto works orders
  • The correct fault codes recorded
  • Labour accurately recorded allowing for true works order cost and life cycle costing to be ascertained

What Really Good Looks Like

  • Downtime data analysed to allow eradication of re-occurring faults
  • Reports routinely run to identify opportunities for improvements in asset reliability
  • Improvements identified to the site asset structure where assets / locations are found to be missing either from the system or to have key information missing from the asset

Accountability 7

Ensure cross functional working

Level What Good Looks Like

  • Attendance of hand over periods in the factory ensuring support given to the operations team
  • Work with Key op’s and other key functions for the eradication of machinery issues

What Really Good Looks Like

  • Works across multiple functions giving support as required
  • Seeks out other functional departments to assist in matters to improve business performance

 

Accountability 8

Accountable for designated Project works

Level What Good Looks Like

  • Small projects completed to the required specification
  • Efficiency improvement projects identified and information given to the engineering management team

What Really Good Looks Like

  • Projects identified and proposed to the engineering projects team with justification
  • Projects handed over to the relevant department to which they relate with a full explanation of the work completed and how this meets the objectives

Accountability 9

Responsible for data analysis identifying damage & recurrence issues, efficiency issues and energy saving opportunities

Level What Good Looks Like

  •  Data analysis completed from Agility to identify areas for downtime reduction
  • Small energy saving options identified and implemented
  • Efficiency improvement work completed pro-actively

What Really Good Looks Like

  • Energy saving opportunities identified and proposal put forward
  • Root cause analysis completed and evidence available
  • Data analysis shared with other shifts ensuring a joined up approach
  • The maintenance system is updated with documentation relevant to the works completed

Accountability 10

Ensure all procedures adhered to including customer COP, escalation procedures and maintenance best practice

Level What Good Looks Like

  • COP understood and followed
  • Escalation procedure followed
  • Maintenance best practice understood including the asset maintenance strategy
  • Ensure the integrity of the product is maintained to ensure food safety during any engineering works completed with relevant handover / sign off paperwork completed

What Really Good Looks Like

  • Escalation procedure followed and a joined up approach followed to ensure one accurate message sent out
  • The engineering maintenance strategy is fully understood and cascaded to your team
  • Improve and drive engineering installation standards to meet customer expectations
  • Engineering COP followed and adhered to ensuring all members of the team attain the required standards

Shift pattern is 4 on 4 off.

Hours of work are 6pm to 6am.

Salary is up to £38,500 plus nightshift allowance of £3,238

Pension contributions can be up to 2% which is matched by the business

Free health care after 5 years of service

£5000 of life cover, rising to 1 x salary after 5 years of service

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