Support & Maintenance Engineer Wanted Through MRHQ

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Posted by Military Resettlement Headquarters - MRHQ on Wednesday, 7 February 2018

The role of the Support Engineer is to provide first class customer support to the Operations team. This is achieved by performing Preventive Maintenance activities, responding effectively to breakdowns, monitoring equipment performance and providing valuable input to help maintain process yields and efficiencies.

Their Support Engineers also provide assistance to the Projects Team in implementing changes to equipment.

Working on a rotating day & night flexi-shift pattern (working blocks of 4 shifts in 8, on 10 hour shifts), you will be working in a clean room environment providing technical expertise to fault find, maintain and continually improve bespoke PLC-controlled automated equipment and processes.

Continuous Improvement is an important part of their site’s culture, so you will also have the opportunity to propose or contribute to initiatives and projects that improve their operations.


To be successful, you will need first-class Engineering skills, specifically experience and skills in fault finding and problem solving on high volume and/or high-tech equipment.

Experience with any of the following would be an advantage, but is not essential as, due to the bespoke nature of our equipment, full training will be given:

  • Laser cutting & marking
  • Micro fluid deposition
  • Pneumatics
  • Vision systems
  • Complex mechanical assemblies
  • Working in a regulated industry (e.g. pharma, medical device)
  • You will need to have completed a recognised Engineering apprenticeship or have a higher education qualification (such as a HNC, HND or degree) in a related subject.

You will also need to be able to demonstrate a track record of accomplishing your objectives, working proactively, and managing your own time effectively.
As they operate in a highly-regulated industry, you must be able to demonstrate the ability to follow procedures and create accurate documents and records of your work.

What we offer

This is a fantastic opportunity to become a valued member of a highly skilled Engineering team working with brand new state-of- the-art automation in a fast-growing area of our business. Engineering skill is key, with members working in areas including projects, process, production, systems, software, R&D and machine vision. They also have their own fully equipped workshop.
As you’d expect from an innovative global health care company, they offer a competitive range of benefits including excellent salaries, a class-leading defined contribution pension scheme, share ownership scheme, private healthcare, life assurance, subsidised canteen and a flexible benefits scheme.

Locations: Witney and London

Contact: 0330 043 2505

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