WineWorks Marlborough – Maintenance Engineer
Are you an experienced engineer looking for a new job to kick start the new year? Are you interested in joining a fast-growing local business?
Our wine bottling facility in Blenheim is growing so we are future proofing our maintenance structure. We have a vacancy for a maintenance engineer that will work with our existing engineering team of 5. The successful candidate will start in January 2019.
The ideal candidate will be experienced in preventative maintenance and will be able to use engineering best practice to achieve production efficiency targets. You will be able to identify plant and process improvements and implement reliability projects, carry out root cause analysis to determine equipment failures, optimise preventative maintenance, and purchase and manage critical spares.
If you are:
- Technically competent and be trade certified (as a minimum)
- Experienced in preventative maintenance (3 years +)
- Ideally holding a Limited Electrical Registration
- Reliable, flexible and adaptable
- Have a great work ethic and set a high standard for yourself
- A can-do person who thrives on challenge
- Have the ability to complete Root cause analysis and fault-find complex machinery
- Have the ability to prioritise and manage your own time.Then we would like to hear from you.
- We pay competitive rates that are negotiable based on skills, experience and certification. Your hours of work will be predominantly dayshift and this can be discussed at interview stage. It is expected that you will work a minimum of 45 hours per week. If you live outside of the Marlborough region, we can discuss the cost of relocation.
Our deal breakers:
- Must be a New Zealand Citizen or Resident
- Must pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol test
- A current CV and completed WineWorks application form must be submitted
Please apply on line by clicking “Apply Now” on this page or via the careers tab on our website.
To learn more about us, visit our website www.wineworks.co.nz.
Applications close 16th December 2018