Mechanical Technician

Full Time

Job Description

 

Coca-Cola Beverages Zambia represents the world’s most cherished trademark and invests in the most exciting events. Our Zambia operations currently have the following opportunities available for dynamic individuals with energy and initiative, keen to impact from the outset. This position reports to the Maintenance Controller. The incumbent will be responsible for ensure the safe and uninterrupted operation of the production mechanical equipment through regular planned maintenance.

 

Key Duties & Responsibilities

 

Provide support to the shift based teams during operations.

Attend meetings and ensures that the previous day’s actions have been actioned

Provide coaching, mentoring and knowledge transfer of machine operation and maintenance to shift based teams.

Coach the shift based team on machine operation, machine fault finding and correct responses to machine failure modes

Monitor and manage performance of equipment

Prepare and communicate shift handover reports to ensure production continuity

Ability to stand in for the Production Team Leader where required

Ability to work shift

Carry out work during the planned maintenance window in accordance with the planned maintenance schedule issued by the Planner Optimization of maintenance schedules

Routine maintenance

Resolving problems by using the appropriate problem solving techniques

Carry-out running repairs on plant and equipment

Apply the correct problem solving methodologies to resolve problems

Carry-out housekeeping tasks, and apply 5S principles during the execution of duties

Skills, Experience & Education

 

Grade 12 with 5 credits or better

Diploma in Mechanical Engineering

Added advantage for Bachelors’ degree in Engineering 2 years’ experience in an FMCG environment.

Resilient and energetic

Self-motivated & customer focused

Self-Starter & Hands on Person

Must have good troubleshooting skill

Team player

Application email or URL: https://ccba.erecruit.co/candidateapp/Jobs/View/CCB200824-2