The ReFood AD plants operate as integrated recycling units, processing a variety of food wastes to produce renewable energy, heat and ReGrow, a nutrient-rich fertiliser for local farms. The plants also recycle the food waste packaging. The plants provide an environmentally-sustainable solution for all waste producers looking for a safe method of diverting food waste from landfill.
Applications are invited for a suitably qualified Maintenance Fitter to work within ReFood’s third state of the art Anaerobic Digestion and CAT 3 transfer station. This is a full time permanent position working shifts as agreed locally with the Manager.
As a Shift Maintenance Fitter your duties and responsibilities will vary based on the Company’s requirements but will include:
• Risk assessing all jobs before work begins.
• Complete all logs and job sheets as required.
• All work to be done to a high standard, in a safe and competent way to ensure the safety of all personnel and leaving the work area clean and tidy on completion of work.
• Be expected to adhere to all Site and Saria Group Health and Safety Regulations and required to attend Health and Safety, Fire and Welfare Training both on and off site.
• To install and maintain equipment ensuring minimum interruptions to production.
• To assist in any other duties and ad hoc projects as and when required.
• Undertaking any other duties reasonably requested by the ReFood Management Team.
• Hold a recognised apprenticeship.
• You should have CGLI or equivalent in Mechanical Engineering.
• You must have engineering experience (this would be advantageous if this was in the AD industry).
• Have a flexible approach to working hours.
• Have an analytical approach to problem solving.
• Be able to communicate well and professionally at all levels.
• Be able to work on your own or as part of a team with minimal supervision.
Competitive Salary and Benefits
Please apply in writing with your CV to HR Department, Ings Road, Doncaster, DN5 9TL or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date – 16th December 2018
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