Maintenance Engineer

Closing Date: 02/02/2024
Full Time

Job Description – Maintenance Engineer Frames Direct
Frames Direct are looking for a Maintenance Engineer to join their team. The role will provide technical support for manufacturing operations at our Donegal site. They  are looking for a person with good technical knowledge, and excellent problem-solving skills.

This is a permanent full-time position and will report to the Production Manager.

• Ensures all engineering activities are carried out in compliance with Health and Safety
regulations and always encourages safe working practices.
• Work continuously to ensure that all scheduled engineering maintenance tasks are actioned.
• Diagnose and repair any faults or failures in a timely manner.
• Identify and implement continuous improvement activities for existing equipment and
manufacturing processes.
• Ensure all relevant documentations and records are kept up to date, as required.
• Must liaise with external contractors ‘OEM’S’ and suppliers.

Key Skills and Qualifications
• 3 + years’ experience in a Maintenance Engineering role.
• Experience in the diagnostics and repair of automation and control systems including PLC’s,
CNC’s, Pneumatic control systems.
• Relevant engineering qualifications in an electrical, mechanical, or mechatronic discipline.
• Must have a good analytical approach to problem solving.
• Ability to time manage and prioritise tasks.
• Must be able to manage and source spare parts and equipment.
• Must be able to work and communicate well with co-workers and management daily.
• A hard worker who will work well as part of the existing highly motivated team.
• Efficient project management skills.
Not essential but would be an advantage; Proficient in Microsoft, excel and relevant computer

Apply online via the website  or email CV to

Inishowen Development Partnership is a community led local development company that has successfully delivered rural development and social inclusion programmes and initiatives in Donegal since 1996 on behalf of the European Union and the Irish Government through the National Development Plan.