April 15, 2024

Job Description

International textile manufacturer.

At least 3 years’ experience within a manufacturing environment (or modern industrial considered), electrically qualified to a 17th or 18th editions regulations. You will have the ability to demonstrate hands-on knowledge of electrical, electronics and PLC control systems. Ideally from an electrically biassed background. The shift pattern is day, back and night. The successful candidate will be tasked with supporting the engineering team in reaching a higher level of standard.


Qualified to industry 17th or 18th Edition
Qualified to City & Guilds level or above
Good at problem-solving and fault-finding
A strong understanding and interpretation of electrical drawings and the ability to produce them.
Hands-on knowledge of electronics, electrical and PLC control systems.
Experienced with variable drive systems and 3-phase supplied systems.
Carried out job risk assessments, Portable Appliance Testing, having a good understanding of health and safety
Good decision-making skills with strong organisation skills
Time served electrician
An understanding of Health and Safety Legislation
Knowledge of rules, regulations, best practices and performance standards
Experience of electrical maintenance gained in the manufacturing sector


Working to reduce plant downtime
Troubleshoot and resolve plant and equipment faults
Accurately and constructively carry out corrective maintenance actions
Practice continuous improvement, innovation and pro-activeness for improved working – offering possible solutions to issues
Install, repair, renew, test and maintain electrical installations as required, meeting all site requirements
Carry out planned routine maintenance, fault diagnosis, corrective maintenance on site machinery
Complete all necessary documentation and ensure it is kept up to date
Isolation and de-isolation in accordance with a permit to work code of practice