CHP Technical Engineer
Location: Andover, Hampshire SP10 5LH
Salary: Competitive – Depending on Experience
About the company:
The UK’s leading Technical Experts in Standby Power, Uninterruptible Power Supplies and Combined Heat and Power Systems.
A thriving business, with 30 years in the standby power and energy efficiency markets, shentongroup Supply, install, hire and maintain critical power systems and associated equipment, such as generators, UPS systems, switchgear and CHP (Combined Heat and Power). We have a strong family management structure, and high standards of performance and ethics. We have a mature financial position. We trade from multiple locations around the UK, and you would be part of a team of circa 70 staff.
Duties of the CHP Technical Engineer:
- Monitoring of CHP fleet – working alongside the service team and reacting to CHP faults. Liaising with clients where necessary to overcome faults. Assist clients with any parts queries and attend site visits when required (co-ordinating of labour is done by the service team who plan the day to day scheduling in line with PM requirements)
- CHP Fleet – maintaining a high level of availability across the fleet.
- Technical support – support to the Project Managers on new and existing projects, support to the Service Department and remote engineers. (including liaising with TEDOM on any technical issues)
- Engineer Support – liaising and working very closely with our field service engineers; this will include any training needs, specialist tooling requirements etc.
- Client liaising – assisting the Service Department liaising with our clients with regards to technical support and any reports required in resolving situations and problems.
- Support & Reporting – Commercial approach essential in liaising with clients and our engineering team, reporting and working together very closely with our CHP Operations Manager.
Requirements of the CHP Technical Engineer:
- Significant relevant experience as a CHP engineer or similar role, including knowledge of combustion processes (lean burn/stoichiometric)
- Strong practical knowledge of LTHW hot water systems, including practical experience of pumps including curves and performance, inverter drives, flow rates, delta T, boiler operations. Heating system strategies and associated BMS controls.
- Strong practical electrical engineering knowledge of LV power generation and distribution systems, including cable calculations (17th Edition), G59 regulations and competent understanding of circuit diagrams
- Gas safe understanding along with knowledge of flue design, ventilation calculations and emissions regulations (CO, NOx, etc)
- Practical knowledge of high level with using Comap control systems.
- Ability to work with complex equipment such as flue gas analysers, digital water flow and temperature profiling devices, etc
- Ability to be able to understand costing projects
- IT / Broadband Network knowledge
- ECS Card
- Mechanical or Electrical Engineering qualification (Desirable)
- IEE 17th Edition Qualified (Desirable)
CHP Technical Engineer Benefits:
- 25 days annual leave, increasing through company loyalty programme
- Attractive salary, commensurate with experience & qualifications
- Participation in company-wide performance linked unlimited bonus scheme
- Fully flexible working hours are required, especially given the travelling needed from time to time.
If you meet the requirements and feel that this CHP Technical Engineer role is right for you then please apply today!
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