Electrical Supervisor

  • Apprenticeship Reference: 1384117788-2
  • Date Posted: 10 July 2024
  • Apprentice Employer: Kingdom People
  • Location: New Mills, Derbyshire
  • Apprentice Pay: On Application
  • Apprenticeship Sector: Civil Engineering, Engineering, Health and Safety, Project Management
  • Apprenticeship Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time

About this Apprenticeship

Responsibilities & Duties

To Lead and support a team of electrical engineers in collaboration with department Leaders to ensure proactive response to planned maintenance activity and breakdowns.

Accountable for the delivery of the Site's maintenance, including Supporting the Operations team to achieve compliance to the production plan, by minimizing engineering downtime, increasing availability, performance, and efficiency of the existing assets through prompt repairs and continuous improvement.

  • Hands on role
  • Carry out duties ensuring the site achieves and maintains required GMP standards
  • Carry out project work as directed including panel building.
  • Attend machinery breakdowns & ensure that all measures taken are recorded on CMMS (Shire)
  • Provide first line maintenance support to the manufacturing departments
  • Line monitoring to improve efficiency
  • Carry out planned/scheduled maintenance tasks & record work done or required on CMMS (Shire)
  • Provide feedback for improving the planned maintenance system
  • Record planned maintenance tasks & breakdowns on the CMMS (Shire)
  • Order spare parts & liaise with Engineering Stores
  • Assist with machinery installation and decommissioning
  • Participate in electrical and mechanical proactive and re-active maintenance to the best of your capability
  • Diagnose machine breakdowns and act accordingly
  • To communicate and escalate accordingly when assistance is required
  • Carry out routine equipment safety and maintenance inspections
  • Ensure all work conforms to statutory & safety requirements
  • Ensure that plant and equipment perform to manufacture product efficiently to high quality standards.
  • To liaise, assist with training and support other departments in general running of the factory.
  • Undertake the training of others as required for development and regulatory requirements
  • Identify own training needs and with manager agree a time plan for achieving this.
  • Contribute to and help implement continuous improvement, to enhance quality, safety, efficiency and waste reduction.
  • Participate in Continuous Improvement teams as required
  • Communicate daily with Team Leaders & Managers to ensure project and planned maintenance; engineering and production priorities are understood.
  • To coach and train colleagues where required

Experience

  • Time served engineering/apprentice trained.
  • NVQ level 3 or equivalent within mechanical/electrical engineering.
  • 18th edition rules & regulations would be advantageous.

Working Hours

  • Double day Shift:
  • Week 1 - Monday/Thursday 6:00am/2:00pm and Friday 6:00am/12:00pm
  • Week 2 Monday/Thursday 2:00pm/10:00pm and Friday 12:00pm/6:00pm