IntroductionWe are searching for a talented and qualified Millwright who has proven experience with FMCG and Manufacturing equipment repairs.
You will be responsible for dismantling machinery, transferring equipment, interpreting blueprints, and installing equipment.
The ideal candidate has in-depth knowledge of hydraulics, belt systems, motors, and other industrial machine mechanisms essential for job procedures.
Must be a team player with strong attention to detail. In this position, you should also be able to make decisions, troubleshoot, and perform repairs with little to no supervision on the various production lines.
Duties & ResponsibilitiesResponsibilities : Disassemble and reassemble equipment for repair or transportation.Build the foundation for machines.
Be familiar with working in an food Manufacturing factory.Experience within the FMCG industry. Construct and install equipment such as shafting, conveyors and tram rails.
Review and interpret engineering specifications, schematics, and blueprints to determine work procedures.Transfer equipment to the applicable site for maintenance to avoid contamination or safety hazards.
Grind and file machinery parts.Supervise maintenance workers when working on production line. Work with a range of hand tools including measuring tools, welding and brazing equipment.
Determine which machines, techniques, and tools to use when moving equipment and completing jobs.Package & RemunerationRequirements : Grade 12 or equivalent qualification.
A minimum of 3 years’ experience as a Millwright in a food manufacturing enviroment.In-depth knowledge of manufacturing equipment and machinery.
Completion of an accredited Millwright certificate program.Good communication skills.Strong attention to detail with excellent mathematical skills.
Must be able to work well in a team environment.Interested?Kindly submit a comprehensive cv with at least 3 contactable references and copies of required qualifications.
Should you recieve no responce within 2 weeks then kindly assume your application was unsuccessful.