Electro-Mechanical Maintenance Engineer


Take responsibility for and carry out day to day and long term mechanical and electrical maintenance requirements within the site and at customer sites.


  • Complete planned, preventative and corrective mechanical and electrical maintenance duties on machinery and tooling
  • Use technical skills and expertise to resolve machinery/tooling-related problems in a practical, effective and timely manner
  • Provide advice, improvement ideas and solutions to the management team and colleagues about electrical/mechanical requirement and maintenance
  • Provide support and advice to ongoing site continuous improvement projects
  • Monitor and control Maintenance budget
  • Control of contractors, permit to work, overseeing tasks to ensure satisfactory completion
  • Maintain relevant and accurate records as needed
  • Promote a preventative maintenance culture
  • Maintain the work environment to the agreed standard in line with Health and Safety regulations
  • General site maintenance and repairs as appropriate, i.e. fixtures and fittings, general equipment
  • Support of manufacturing and process activities including set up and tear down as required
  • Complete machinery inspections onsite at various locations to ensure reliability
  • Undertake training as required to ensure knowledge and skills are up to date



  • Relevant mechanical/electrical qualification, i.e. Electrical Qualification – 18th edition, IEE regs, City & Guilds 2382; and proven working experience in an electrical/ mechanical maintenance role.
  • Working knowledge of motors and gearboxes and vacuum pumps.
  • Excellent practical and technical skills with a high level of manual dexterity.
  • The ability to follow written and verbal instructions and accurately keep records.
  • A safety-conscious approach to work.
  • Must be reliable, have the ability to work on own initiative and as part of a team.
  • Able to problem-solve, work efficiently to meet deadlines and manage a range of work priorities.
  • Flexible approach to workload; able to work outside of normal hours and at customer sites/dockyards if required.
  • Continuous Improvement, zero defect and customer focused mindset.
  • A good team player with a flexible attitude to work load.

Please apply Via Website or Send CV/Resume to c.murdoch@tods.co.uk


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