Maintenance Engineer (Late Shifts)

Insignis Talent are working with a company who are at the forefront of innovation in the Marine and Energy sectors and they are currently seeking a dynamic and experienced Maintenance Engineer to join their team.

In this position, you will play a key role in maintaining and improving their facilities, infrastructure, and assets to ensure optimal performance and safety.

This position will cover the late shift pattern, with some occasional flexibility required to change to different patterns, to cover for sickness and holidays etc.

Core hours are 14:30 - 22:30, Monday - Thursday and 12:30 - 22:00, on a Friday.

Key Responsibilities may include:

  • Operate and maintain facilities, infrastructure, and assets through effective utilization of skills and a network of suppliers and subcontractors.

  • Work in accordance with organizational goals, legislative requirements, and statutory obligations.

  • Implement Preventative Maintenance programs to ensure the availability of machinery, plant, and infrastructure.

  • Maintain, improve, and report on key performance indicators (KPIs).

  • Manage service and maintenance records, including the use of Maintenance/Facilities SAP Modules.

  • Provide hands-on assistance in Electrical/Mechanical/Hydraulic and Pneumatic breakdowns and faults.

  • Collaborate with subcontractors and suppliers to ensure high levels of value, safety, and reliability.

  • Communicate regularly with other departments and actively participate in improvement projects.

  • Support external audits related to the business, such as Emission and Discharge Permits, Environment Agency, Landlord, and Local Authorities.


  • Improve and maintain the availability of Facilities, Plant, and Production machinery through Preventative and Reactive Maintenance.

  • Implement current HSE legislation in areas of responsibility.

  • Contribute to building security across all facilities.

  • Actively participate in the delivery of projects related to facilities, ensuring they align with schedule, cost, and requirements.


  • Proven experience in a maintenance/facilities management environment.

  • Experience in preventative and reactive maintenance, particularly with manual and CNC machining centers.

  • Hands-on experience with Hydraulics, Pneumatics, Electrics, and Mechanical systems.

  • Experience working on large projects.

  • Proven teamwork and lone working experience.

  • PC Literate (Microsoft), SAP experience is desirable.

  • Good level of education in Maths and Sciences (GCE, GCSE, or equivalent).

  • Apprenticeship or equivalent in electrical/mechanical discipline.

  • HNC/HND level in Mechanical/Electrical Engineering disciplines is a distinct advantage.

Development Responsibilities:

  • Assist in developing a culture of continuous improvement.

  • Contribute to the development of existing work practices and stay updated on current legislation and corporate KPIs.

  • Challenge the norm to ensure an operational excellent culture is achieved.

If you are a self-motivated individual with a passion for maintenance and a commitment to sustainability, we invite you to be part of our team.

Apply now to join us on the journey towards a more sustainable and innovative future.

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