About The Role
At AO Recycling, we are committed to extracting as much value as possible from the waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) that is thrown away by UK households every year. Like the rest of the AO Group, we are a very exciting and enthusiastic company to work for. The role will be located at our plastics recycling plant in Telford, Shropshire, which uses state of the art technology and is able to process more items, more efficiently than any other site in the UK.
We are growing rapidly and so with that, opportunities to develop and try new approaches become aplenty. If you are an energetic, hands on, innovative professional, this is the environment for you. We are part of a bigger group and with that backing comes stability and support for our business. And it is always worth remembering – we run a profitable business whilst doing the right thing for the environment.
Working Pattern – Monday – Friday, rotating shifts 6am – 2:30pm, 2pm – 10:30pm, 10pm – 6:30am
Here’s What You Can Expect To Be Doing
• Completing planned maintenance inspections as defined by the site maintenance plans in a safe and effective manner.
• Delivering corrective and reactive work, ensuring that tools, parts and materials are available and production downtime is minimised.
• Ensuring that all plant and equipment on site is modified and continuously improved.
• Completing fault finding and assessments of malfunctioning equipment and providing advice to the site management team to assist and influence decision making.
• Carrying out engineering project work and assisting with new installations or refurbishments.
• Completing dynamic risk assessments where necessary to ensure that safe working practices are upheld and risk is reduced.
• Updating the Computerised Maintenance Management System (CMMS), raining and signing of work.
• Contributing to problem solving workshops, providing engineering expertise to identify root causes of failures and subsequent improvement activity.
• Attending daily operational review meetings, providing updates on Planned Maintenance compliance, live defects, and ongoing improvement work.
A Few Things About You
· Completed apprenticeship (NVQ Level 3) in an appropriate engineering discipline.
· NVQ Level 3 in Electro-technical Installations or equivalent discipline
· City & Guilds 2365-2 (Level 2 Diploma in Electrical Installations (Or equivalent)
· C&G 2382-18 18TH edition
· Experience working within a processing, manufacturing, or similar environment.
· Good communication skills
· Ability to think logically and decisively to effectively provide engineering solutions.
· Ability to work on own initiative or part of a team
· Excellent diagnostic skillsAdheres to the minimum company standard of English language
Why Choose AO?
Our people are our superpower, and that’s no accident. We’re looking for everyday heroes who want to learn and help other people achieve. Those glass-half-full-types who have an appetite for a better tomorrow.
With AO, the sky’s the limit. We’ll support you to be the best version of yourself and always drive your career forward.
We keep things simple. We say things like “treat every customer like they’re your gran” and “make decisions your mum would be proud of” because we’re personal and act with integrity – every day in every action.
We’ve designed our benefits to cover everything from big moments to little helps. As well all as the essentials, like pensions and holidays, we’ve got our own “AO Perks” to help you with the little things that matter.
To see all our benefits and perks, visit our AO Benefits page.
• 30 days holiday (including Bank Holidays)
• At least 5% contribution pension scheme*
• Dedicated wellness initiatives that support your wellbeing, ranging from our 24hr employee assistance programme to subsidised gym membership.
To apply for this job please visit www.ao-jobs.com.