Maintenance team leader
Monday to Friday day shift
Hemel Hempstead, Berkhamsted, Aylesbury, Dunstable, Luton, Tring, Milton Keynes
The successful maintenance team leader will have a proven track record of mechanical engineering backed up with a proven knowledge of managing a small team.
You must have worked within a manufacturing or production background preferably have maintained CNC machine and other associated factory equipment.
The Maintenance Team Leader roles purpose is to ensure effective management of the
Maintenance Team, providing a quality maintenance service to the business to include effective
day-to-day maintenance of all machinery, building and factory equipment such as CNC and test rigs and mechanical moving equipment
The maintenance team leader will be responsible for
Planning the team’s workload team resources and management in line with HSE policies and ergonomic
requirements with a ‘hands-on’ approach.
lead the maintenance team and
demonstrate leadership on all level of management topics. The role also requires a multi-skill
maintenance professional preferably with a mechanical bias
• Provide daily leadership and direction for the team on all maintenance related activity, ensuring
the team are focused and prioritising the customer needs.
• Ensuring resource is prioritised in response to breakdowns to minimise business impact.
• Provide leadership and manage team performance and productivity including PDR,
development, absence, overtime, holidays, disciplinary and adherence to any company
regulations so that the team is well-aligned with company goals.
• Ensure effective communication and cascade of business issues, policy deployment initiatives
and any relevant changes or company information, supported by Site Services Manager as
• Responsible for meeting Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for the maintenance department in
accordance with Policy Deployment objectives.
• Ensure adherence to HSE policies, GPI & Ergonomics requirements.
• Champion 6S for the area.
• Support reduction in maintenance costs and the enhancement of standardised best practices
across the department.
• As well as management responsibility, be able to diagnose faults, repair and service all plant
and equipment as and when required.
• Assist in the installation of new equipment and machinery.
• Participate in trouble shooting activities such as 8D and route cause analysis in respect to
maintenance activity (examples include, but are not limited to, machine breakdowns, leakage’s).
• Drive and identify preventative maintenance activities in accordance with the TPM schedule.
• Own training and maintenance instructions for TPM, keeping them up to date and ensuring
relevant colleagues are trained as appropriate.
• Manage contractors for relevant maintenance activity, checking standards, signing off on work.
Additional description • Responsible for leading the maintenance team, managing 3 maintenance engineers
• Manage the day to day expenditure of the maintenance budget, approx. £400k
• Support work order requests and follow through from a site of approx. 600 (including
• Manage contractor relationships and manage contractor work deliverables, working with approx.