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Maintenance Technician

  • Location: Somerset
  • Sector: Production
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: DAB34926/16
  • Salary: Negotiable
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Job description

My client, an innovative manufacturing company based in Somerset in the South West of England have a Maintenance Technician job opportunity due to an exciting period of growth they are currently undertaking.

The responsibilities of the Maintenance Technician in Somerset include assisting with the general maintenance of a range CNC machines. To assist with analysing the current processes to make improvement to ensure better use of materials, machines and utilities.

The ideal candidate for the Maintenance Technician job opportunity in Somerset will have a strong background working within a machine shop environment, good understanding in mechanical fabrication and ideally electrical installations.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a growing business where skillset and personal development is promoted throughout the business.

APPLY NOW for the Maintenance Technician job in Somerset by sending your CV to dbarnett@redlinegroup.Com

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