Mechanical Team Leader Salary: £31,870 (FEP Conditions) + benefits Location: Teesside Beam Mill, Redcar, TS6 7RP Closing Date: Thursday 18 April 2019 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. What you need to know about the role Working as a Mechanical Team Leader you will be responsible for supervising British Steel craft and contractor resource within your area of control to ensure safe and effective maintenance of equipment and plant. Reporting to the Mechanical Maintenance Engineer for the area and working alongside other Team Leaders you will provide front line supervision, technical advice and will be expected to lead and motivate the team to achieve the desired plan. You will maintain and where possible raise the benchmark for engineering standards in the area and will lead and develop the craft team to ensure a high standard of maintenance is achieved in a safe efficient manner. You will also be expected to liaise with the Mechanical Maintenance Engineer and planning function in order to improve maintenance plans and develop plant equipment. An excellent benefits package is available with this role including pension, 35 annual leave days (including statutory days), family-friendly benefits and much more. What we need to know about you This role requires you to be qualified in Mechanical Engineering. Ideally you will be educated to HNC level or equivalent or be an experienced time served craftsperson with relevant qualifications and a proven track record including, supervision and management of mechanical engineering teams. You are required to be technically proficient with good PC skills. You will have the ability to deliver efficient maintenance, working in conjunction with the manufacturing team, directing and supervising British Steel personnel and relevant contractors to deliver safe, efficient and timely work execution. You must be highly motivated, a good communicator with a high level of team skills and be knowledgeable of the Company Asset Management Framework (CAMF).