Salary: Competitive salary (dependent on experience) plus bonus and substantial benefits
Location: Nantgarw, Cardiff
Hours: 09:00 to 17:00 Mon-Fri
Biocatalysts is a customised enzyme discovery, development and manufacturing company based in the UK, with a subsidiary in Illinois, USA. We work with our customers, many of which are the top blue chip food companies, to provide unique enzyme solutions that will help them solve process problems, valorise waste, facilitate a biochemical reaction or deliver competitive advantage through using a unique product.
Due to our on-going commitment to expanding our product portfolio which is central to accelerating our growth, we have an opportunity for a Maintenance Engineer who will have an integral role within our highly motivated Operations team.
As part of our factory extension project to increase our manufacturing capabilities, you will play a key role in supporting the fit-out of plant equipment. You will have strong experience of working in a manufacturing/technical facility including pressure vessels, compressed air, cooling and waste water management.
In your role, you will be responsible for supporting planned preventative maintenance of the plant to include all operating systems and have experience with manufacturing and ideally, automation equipment and overall equipment efficiency.
To be successful in this role, you will need to be flexible, practical, ‘hands-on’ focused on quality, safety, reliability and performance of the business.
HNC level or above in mechanical/electrical/chemical engineering or equivalent is essential.
If you are someone who is looking for an opportunity to work on this challenging and exciting project to help create a world class manufacturing facility, we would love to hear from you.
To apply, download our recruitment pack and either submit your Curriculum Vitae using the below button or email it to us. Please send to:
Biocatalysts Ltd, Cefn Coed, Parc Nantgarw, Cardiff CF15 7QQ
Contact: Pauline Denner
Closing Date: 09:00 hrs Wednesday, 12 December 2018
This post was written by Danielle Lloyd