Electrical or Instrumentation Field Service Engineer (11221)
Job ID: 11221
Location: Workington Wastewater Treatment Works UK
Working Hours: 37.00 per week
You will be responsible forElectrical or Instrumentation (E/I) maintenance and technical support to the Wastewater Production team to repair and maintain Wastewater assets.
You will be working in a fast paced modern maintenance environment, providing proactive, planned and reactive support in all aspects of your field of expertise, to ensure compliance with company, statutory and regulatory
requirements at the same time minimising environmental impact.
As the role can require lone working you will need to be comfortable working alone or as part of a team. The role will also include working in confined spaces as well as the opportunity to provide input into capital and operational projects to ensure assets fully meet operational and maintenance requirements. Participation in an out of hour's standby rota is also a requirement. Your duties will include the following:
To implement an efficient Electrical / Instrumentation (/E/I) maintenance and installation service.
To analyse faults, rectify and ensure correct operation of Electrical / Instrumentation and systems-based equipment.
Perform planned and proactive maintenance activities.
To ensure compliance with all Health & Safety regulations and internal company policies
To maintain required financial control of a pre-defined budgets.
To provide reliable, accurate and complete asset performance and repair information for entry into corporate systems.
To analyse and recommend solutions to recurring maintenance problems.
Knowledge and Skills
To be successful in this role you must be a time served apprentice or equivalent, supported with academic qualifications ideally to HNC or minimum ONC equivalent in a relevant technical area. A desire to work towards flexi skilling leading to the NVQ Level 3 is also required. To be considered for this role you must have:
A valid driving licence
The ability to work in a team but also alone, be resilient, self-motivated, with strong problem solving skills and possess the required technical competence
Able and willing to diversify into specialised areas of maintenance, as required, such as but not limited to chlorine gas systems and high voltage installations
Diagnostic, organisational, planning, communication and computer skills
Experience of PLC, HMI and SCADA systems and associated networks to perform fault diagnostics, assist with disaster recovery and small system modifications
Ensure that throughout your career that the required skills, competence and recency in all relevant subject matter are maintained
Where appropriate, possess a sound working knowledge of Simocode, Profibus and similar industrial technology systems.
You will be expected, once competent to join a standby rota covering the whole of Cumbria Wastewater.
We are an equal opportunity employer and committed to creating a diverse environment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, belief, gender, sexual orientation, disability or age.
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