Back to Job Search

Maintenance Technician II | Wed-Fri-Nights

  • Sector: Engineering
  • Contact Email:
  • Job Ref: 19575

Our client a major multinational here in Galway are looking for Maintenance Technician II.

Shift:  Nights (Wednesday – Friday, inclusive 6:30pm to 6.30am, and 1 Saturday night a month)


  • Build Quality into all aspects of work by maintaining compliance to all Quality requirements.
  • Demonstrate understanding and complies with quality and EH&S procedures.
  • Communicate any concerns about work process regarding environmental impact, health or safety issues to Supervisor.
  • Ensure accuracy of data input to Maintenance systems (e.g.: BMRAM, Knowledgebase).
  • Ensure all executed maintenance activities are recorded on BMRAM maintenance system.
  • Minimise downtime on Equipment, through fast response, effective root cause analysis and good problem solving techniques.
  •  Liaise with area supervisor / Senior Equipment Maintenance Engineer to understand equipment down priorities. Issue Incident Reports on these issues as appropriate. Ensure any follow-up activities associated with the issue are documented and closed out effectively.
  • Effective analysis and elimination of recurring equipment problems. 
  • Identify, quantify, implement and present on equipment continuous improvement projects.
  •  Generate / Edit Maintenance procedures / knowledge sharing documents to reflect work practice.
  • Assists with the assessment of equipment spares requirements.
  • Co-ordinate and communicate high impacting equipment / safety issues.


  • Level 6 or greater in Mechanical / Production / Manufacturing / Mechatronics Engineering and / or Senior Trades (minimum HETAC Level 6 qualification).
  • 3 + years’ experience in a modern manufacturing environment.
  • Very strong manufacturing equipment electrical troubleshooting experience
  • Strong PLC troubleshooting experience (Allen Bradley, going online, stepping through code, etc)
  • Strong automation experience (motion control, vision systems, robotics, mechanical, etc).
  • PC hardware / software troubleshooting experience would be advantageous.
  • A good knowledge of electronics and software controlled systems.
  • Strong structured / logical problem solving skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication / presentation skills.
  • Ability to work on own with minimum supervision.
  • Experience in identifying and leading continuous improvement projects

For more information or a confidential discussion about this role please contact Michelle Mc Inerney.

091 706 717