Improvement Engineer Salary: Competitive + Benefits Location: Teesside Beam Mill, Teesside, TS6 7RP Closing Date: Monday 22 April 2019 What you need to know about the role Working as an Mechanical Improvement Engineer, you will need to ensure that the processes, systems, equipment and people are maintained and developed in an effective and efficient way to meet Plant Manager’s expectations. This role is key for safety management so you will need to be able to ensure Engineers use the activities in the right manner with regards to safety, participating in safety conversations often. You will also need to set the maintenance team engineering professional competence requirements along with developing a maintenance team succession plan. You will provide extra help to maintenance engineers and graduates to help them progress and improve. An excellent benefits package is available with this role including pension, private healthcare, 35 annual leave days (including statutory days), family-friendly benefits and much more. What we need to know about you We need you to be an experienced engineer, ideally educated to degree level with a detailed knowledge of your appropriate engineering discipline and strong working knowledge of other disciplines. You must have strong capability in use and knowledge of the best practice tools and techniques and key performance indicators in order to determine improvements and developments required for equipment, processes, systems and people. Knowledge and understanding of reliability management tools and techniques are key prerequisites; these include a full working knowledge of CAMF in use and study design and build principles. You will need to be self-motivated, a good communicator and be capable of motivating and leading others. What you need to know about us British Steel continues to transform as a new organisation and to do this the business is looking for passionate, hard-working, ambitious and dedicated people who are up for a challenge to join our team. We are a world leader in the production of steel – producing over 2.8 million tonnes of it every year. Our steel is, and continues to be, fundamental in creating iconic, awe-inspiring structures around the world. It helps people travel, work, eat and socialise every day. More importantly it also helps keep us safe.