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Maintenance Engineer - Bank Note Processors

£31000/annum

Edinburgh, Scotland

The Company The employer forms part of a multi-national organisation specialises in supplying complex bank note printing and processing equipment. They are now seeking a capable Maintenance Engineer with strong fault finding and electr.mechanical skills. Rotating shift pattern, mainly Earlies. You should have good experience of complex bank note processing machines , or similar equipment. Ex Services engineers with good electro mechanical skills would be of interest. Duties:
andbull;Repair and service equipment to highest standards. Preventative maintenance. andbull;Liaise with Service Manager (or Service Administrator in his.her absence) regarding calls that require additional intervention prior to successful conclusion. andbull;Maintain site stock and appropriate Documentation andbull; Site based job only. No ca.van (Edinburgh). Skills needed:
andbull;High standard of electr.mechanical and fault finding skills. andbull;Knowledge of circuitry and PCBs. andbull;Engineering related qualifications up to degree level. andbull;Knowledge of note-handling products or similar andbull;Attend, evaluate and repair customerandrsquo;s equipment on-site. Benefits andbull;Salary is up to � 26,500 + � 4600 Allowance - Allowance guaranteed on top of basic salary andbull;Night Shift Allowance of 15.5% of basic salary claimed (when worked, very rare) andbull;25 days annual leave andbull;Discretionary Bonus Scheme-paid last 5 yrs (based on individual and Company performance)

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