Engineering maintenance technicians service machinery and equipment. You would be expected to follow manufacturer’s technical manuals to help locate faults, using a range of testing instruments and tools in order to fix and maintain machinery on a production line. You will be involved in both preventative and emergency maintenance.
On a typical day you could:
- Organise routine servicing schedules
- Share out work to a team of fitters
- Check and calibrate instruments to make sure they’re accurate
- Replace worn out parts and maintain machinery
- Carry out quality inspections
- Respond immediately to equipment breakdowns
- Fix faults on site or arrange for replacement equipment to be installed
- Keep production managers informed of progress
- Organise teams to make sure that 24-hour cover is available
- Complete fault-finding reports, stock control records and risk assessments
About the employer
The Nifco group is invested in designing, developing and manufacturing quality components for the global Automotive Industry. From the interior of a vehicle to the exterior, inclusive of the engine, Nifco has a wealth of knowledge and expertise in many product areas.