Maintenance Engineer - Days

Date: 29 Nov 2023

Location: Rugby, GB, CV21 1HA

Company: Britvic



At Britvic we’re on a journey to become the most dynamic soft drinks company. As one of the UK’s leading players in the FMCG market we pride ourselves on setting high standards, being courageous and pushing ourselves to think outside the bottle.  


We offer consumers a range of family favourite and global premium brands such as Robinsons, Tango, J2O, R. White’s & London Essence. We exist to help people enjoy life’s everyday moments.


About the Role:


As Maintenance Technician you will be responsible for delivering world class engineering excellence in fault resolution and maintenance standards which promotes the delivery of the site scorecard measures. 


Continuous Improvement & Best Practice delivery of mechanical & electrical standards will be key, as will maintenance of manufacturing equipment, building infrastructure, building services & utilities provision using co-ordinated corrective, preventative & predictive maintenance techniques. Through this you will minimise equipment failure downtime and catastrophic failure impact to the site manufacturing capability.


The main scope of the role is to carry out planned maintenance tasks as part of the CMMS (SAP PM), which will include modular maintenance tasks across site, where applicable (e.g., Can and/or PET filling valves, etc., etc.), and any shutdown work (as part of weekly Asset Care Windows and Annual Planned Maintenance Outages).


All of this shall be delivered whilst adhering to all Health, Safety, Quality and Environmental requirements and achieved within the existing budgetary constraints of the business to ensure the best value for money in equipment reliability.

Key Responsibilities:


  1. Carry out duties in a responsible manner giving due consideration to Health, Safety, Environmental & Quality procedures, as part of the Integrated Management System.  Contribute to the health & safety of self and others by applying health and safety principles to the required standards whilst undertaking designated tasks (e.g. LOTO, PTW, Situational Awareness, Contractor Control, etc.).
  2. Adhere to Legal and Statutory Requirements, where applicable, inclusive of PUWER, Electricity at Work, DSEAR, PSSR, COSHH, LOLER, CDM, Asbestos, Ionising Radiation, Confined Spaces, Work at Height (this list is not exhaustive).
  3. Promote a safe working environment by ensuring full compliance with Britvic SHE and LOTO (Lock Out, Tag Out) processes and policies, including Permit to Work.
  4. Carry out planned maintenance tasks as part of the CMMS (SAP PM).
  5. Carry out modular maintenance tasks across site, where applicable (e.g., Can and/or PET filling valves, etc., etc.) as part of the CMMS (SAP PM).
  6. Populate SAP PM as required – communicate to the PM Planner any errors or required amendments within the system. Ensure that all spare parts used are correctly booked out to a relevant work order.
  7. Carry out shutdown work (as part of weekly asset care windows and annual planned maintenance outages), including working with external suppliers and service providers.
  8. Support internal and external insurance/statutory inspections as required.
  9. Actively take ownership of overall reliability performance for the site.  This should include accountability for any line/area performance KPI's (i.e., Reliability, Breakdown %, etc.).

Knowledge, Skills & Experience Required:


  1. Practical Engineering experience with a proven track record of maintenance service delivery with FMCG
  2. Extensive experience of working within a strategic, target driven manufacturing environment which is measured by robust Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s).
  3. Extensive experience of providing technical expertise for completing Intrusive Planned & Preventative Maintenance Schedules (PPM’s), HACCP studies and audits.
  4. Working knowledge and application experience of delivering specific Health, Safety & Environmental legislation, including Food Safety.
  5. Extensive experience of Safety Systems utilising Isolation and Lock-Out, Tag-Out procedures, Risk Assessment and Permit to Work.
  6. Considerable production line experience, preferably within a FMCG environment.




  1. Candidates will be qualified to a minimum NVQ Level 3 and preferably possess a HNC (both in a relevant Engineering discipline), or equivalent.  Ideally, they will be multi-disciplined (mechanical, electrical, controls, automation, software), with a time-served apprenticeship background in a manufacturing engineering environment.


We believe we are stronger together and that’s why we’re committed to providing equal opportunities to all applicants and employees. We know that by building a truly inclusive environment where everyone feels celebrated, safe and respected - diversity and wellbeing will naturally thrive