|Job Title:||Maintenance Manager|
|Salary:||£45000 - £57000 per annum|
|Contact Name:||Charlie Cocklin|
|Job Published:||9 months ago|
Our client is a leading Waste and Resource Management Company operating throughout the UK and working across a broad variety of waste streams including, Municipal Waste, Business Waste, Recycling, EfW and Industrial Waste.
The role of Maintenance Manager is a senior role and is responsible for maintenance and engineering development of the clients EfW facility.
The role will include ensuring compliance of designated safe systems of work, provision of leadership, direction, management and personal development of the maintenance team to create and build strong working relationships and working environment.
Review of the on site working procedures and the site CMMS will be required as well as planning out of hours arrangements. Deputising for the EfW General Manager will be required as well as budget responsibility.
It will be required for candidates to have strong leadership skills, are organised with good interpersonal and communication skills able to effectively lead and manage teams.
Candidates should have a relevant qualification in an engineering discipline as well as demonstrable experience in a senior maintenance and engineering function preferably in an EfW or steam power generation environment.
A consultant will be in contact should your application be taken further. If you have not heard back from us within two weeks then unfortunately you have been unsuccessful in your application.
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