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Engineering Apprentice – Budweiser Brewing Group/AB inBev UK

08/12/2021

Engineering Apprentice – Budweiser Brewing Group/AB inBev UK

SectorEngineering

Level3

LocationPreston

Hours40

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About this vacancy

These provisionally day-based roles report to the Technical Services Reliability FLM or relevant department FLM when on site. You will be joining part of a multi-skilled team who is responsible for supporting the Packaging, Brewing, Utilities Quality departments through consistent professional delivery of effective and efficient maintenance in order to maximise equipment availability and uptime. The team is responsible for routine maintenance and inspection, troubleshooting, fault diagnosis/rectification on automated & PLC controlled equipment, automated packing machinery and site services (compressors, fridge and boiler plant) across all areas of the brewery. 

 

Training will be provided to elevate successful candidates in their chosen discipline to an agreed standard. To support equipment optimisation, utilisation, performance and reliability in accordance with maintenance reliability measures and recommendations. A training plan will be provided and followed in order to reach a successful conclusion for seamless integration into the ABInbev Technical services team.

SectorEngineering

Level3

LocationPreston

Hours40

Duties/main responsibilties include:

  • Use different systems and processes to ensure that facilities, layout and machinery used to produce new and existing materials and goods run to their maximum efficiency and output
  • Ensure that plant and equipment perform to the required standard to facilitate production targets regarding Safety, Quality, Delivery and Cost within High Value Manufacturing environments
  • Work on a broad range of activities including installation, testing, fault finding and the on-going planned maintenance of complex automated equipment
  • Apply of a complex blend of skills, knowledge and occupational behaviours across the electrical, electronic, mechanical, fluid power and control systems disciplines
  • Use and interpret a range of engineering data sources and supporting documentation
  • Utilise lean techniques to improve efficiency & effectiveness
  • Where appropriate, support installation, testing and commissioning of a wide range of equipment
  • Carry out complex fault diagnosis and repair on high technology engineered systems
  • Support the maintenance of mechanical equipment
  • Support the maintenance of fluid & pneumatic power equipment
  • Support the maintenance of electrical & electronic equipment
  • Support the maintenance of process control equipment
  • Support and minimise machinery downtime by carrying out preventative planned maintenance
  • Confirm testing and subsequent smooth hand over of equipment & plant

Budweiser Brewing Group require their apprentices to have a set of occupational behaviours that will ensure success both in their current and future roles and in meeting the overall company objectives. These required behaviours include:

  • Safety Mindset: This occupation sits within an industry with a high level of safety critical activities. There has to be strict compliance and a disciplined and responsible approach to manage, mitigate and avoid risk
  • Strong work ethic: Positive attitude, motivated by engineering; dependable, ethical, responsible and reliable
  • Respect for others: Acts at all times with consideration to others and actively promotes equality and diversity
  • Logical approach: Able to structure a plan and develop activities following a logical thought process, but also able to quickly “think on feet” when working through them
  • Problem solving orientation: Identifies issues quickly, enjoys solving complex problems and applies appropriate solutions. Has a strong desire to push to ensure the true root cause of any problem is found and a solution identified which prevents further recurrence
  • Quality focus: Follows rules, procedures and principles in ensuring work completed is fit for purpose and pays attention to detail / error checks throughout activities
  • Personal responsibility and resilience: Motivated to succeed accountable and persistent to complete task
  • Clear communicator: Use a variety of appropriate communication methods to give/receive information accurately, and in a timely and positive manner
  • Team player: Not only plays own part but able to work and communicate clearly and effectively within a team and interacts/ helps others when required. In doing so applies these skills in a respectful professional manner
  • Applies Lean Manufacturing Principles: Continuous Improvement in driving effectiveness and efficiency
  • Adaptability: Able to adjust to different conditions, technologies, situations and environments
  • Self-Motivation: A ‘self-starter’ who always wants to give their best, sets themselves challenging targets, can make their own decisions.
  • Willingness to learn: wants to drive their own continuous professional development
  • Commitment: Able to commit to the beliefs, goals and standards of their own employer and to the wider industry and its professional standards

Working week

Monday to Friday, times to be confirmed.

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Or call us on 01282 733005

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