Multi-skilled Maintenance Engineer

Padstow, Cornwall
£503.64 per week (£13.43 per hour)
10 May 2017
17 May 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

We currently have a vacancy for a:

Multi-skilled Maintenance Engineer

A rare opportunity to join our experienced and long serving Maintenance Department has arisen. We are looking for someone who is multi-skilled and able to maintain and repair all plant equipment to both legal and company standards, whilst maintaining the maximum productive capacity.  To be successful in this role you will need to be efficient in response times, fault finding and monitoring performance of repairs.

Applicants will need:

  • Previous experience of maintenance and repair of production machinery
  • City & Guilds/NVQ in Mechanical, Electrical or Electronic Engineering or equivalent
  • Knowledge of health and safety legislation regarding safe work practises
  • Able to work in a high speed deadline driven environment
  • A can-do flexible approach to work and a willingness to drive quality and continuous improvement
  • Experience working with industry standard systems and processes (ISO 9001, 14001, 18001, 27001)

Duties will include (but are not limited to):

  • Planned repair and maintenance of printing and bookbinding machinery to acceptable company standards and conforming to all relevant legal requirements
  • Daily repair, maintenance and inspection of all ancillary equipment associated with the site and buildings
  • Installation and project work on equipment associated with the printing and bookbinding trade plus ancillary equipment associated with the site and buildings
  • To be able to work alone and under own initiative to maintain high company standards of maintenance and health and safety
  • To assist in the supervision and training of apprentices
  • Work towards continual improvement at all times
  • To assist with any reasonable duties associated with the job/position
  • Have a flexible attitude to working hours to meet business demands

Values & Behaviours:

TJ’s vision of empowering us to flourish in the community for a sustainable future is at the heart of our work.  We strive to achieve it with a common purpose to deliver quality service through empowerment, inclusion and community. Our core values of recognition & appreciation, open dialogue and togetherness define how we do things at TJ.  They are a reflection of what’s important to us; representing our thoughts hopes and feelings about how we would like everyone to behave at TJ.  These core values are supported by personal values of trust, respect, honesty and fairness.

  • Recognition & appreciation – welcome different contributions, helping us to recognise you for what you do and appreciate your effort
  • Open Dialogue – a positive approach to communication which has  a purpose, exchanging ideas and welcoming opinion and debate to seek solutions and resolve differences
  • Togetherness – To help and promote positive interaction actively seeking support as we know we are stronger together than when we are alone


The contracted hours for the role will be: 37.5 per week (Monday to Friday)

Salary: £503.64 per week (£13.43 per hour)

Company benefits include generous holiday entitlement, life assurance, pension scheme, free parking, attendance bonus, long service bonus, sick pay, occupational health, cycle scheme, childcare vouchers, free tea and coffee, company sponsored training and development opportunities

If you would like to apply, please see the full job description and person spec on our website, and complete the Application Form and Monitoring Form (

If you have any queries, please contact: Clare Wilder, HR Specialist

On 01841 534267 or