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Electrical Controls & Instrumentation Engineer

Posted 23 February by 360 Resourcing Solutions Easy Apply Ended

Our client has an exciting opportunity for an Electrical Controls & Instrumentation Engineer (EC&I Engineer) to join the team based in Chirk, North Wales. The successful candidate will join them on a full time permanent basis and will receive a competitive salary.

They are the worlds leading manufacturer of wood based panel products. A strong, privately owned low cost producer, employing 14,000 across 40 sites globally, they have a flat organisation structure that focuses on results - driven by ambition!

Key responsibilities of the Electrical Controls & Instrumentation Engineer:

- To lead Site EC&I capital project, modification and continuous improvement activities ensuring that these meet or exceed business requirements. This includes direct leadership of projects, contributing C&I elements to multi-disciplinary projects led by others and also co-ordination of other C&I projects through contract engineering resource.

- Site responsibility for the management of all safety related control systems. Ensuring that:-

- A schedule of safety related control systems is generated and maintained.

- For each item a safety related integrity requirement is specified and verified,

- The functional safety description is reviewed for fitness for purpose.

- The proof test procedure is reviewed for fitness for purpose including ‘live testing' and,

- A proof test interval is set for each loop related to the integrity specified.

- Reviews of the results of proof testing are carried out including actions necessary if they fail the test or are not carried out on their scheduled date.

- Ensure task based competencies for personnel engaged in working with safety related control systems are set and jobholders are assessed against them.

- Ensure that all activities carried out by the contractors/service providers used on site, are completed in a Safe and Environmentally acceptable manner. Specifically, as minimum regulatory/statutory requirements will be met or exceeded and full compliance with the site HS&E policy, standards and procedures striven for.

- Understand and maintain an up-to-date awareness of the current and forthcoming HS&E legalisation and their impact on the EC&I improvement activities on site. Provide advice, in conjunction with the Chief Engineer, on electrical regulatory requirements to be fulfilled by the company.

- Ensuring all project and other engineering activities on site of responsibility are completed in full compliance with all statutory regulations and site HS&E and housekeeping standards, policies and procedures.

- To conduct specific tasks/projects as may be required by Chief engineer.

Skills, Knowledge and Experience required by the Electrical Controls & Instrumentation Engineer:

- Degree educated in an engineering discipline , with 5yrs+ Experience in EC&I role.

- Knowledge of all engineering aspects of plant and equipment.

- Knowledge of site standards and statutory requirements.

- Knowledge of Safe Systems of Work, Risk Assessment and Management of Change.

- Demonstrates understanding of regulatory responsibilities, potential enforcement actions and maintains systems for compliance.

Just some of what they are able to offer the Electrical Controls & Instrumentation Engineer:

- Very competitive salary

- Exciting and challenging work

- Continued training, support and career development

- The opportunity to work with and learn from, industry leading people who are committed to technical excellence

If you have an enthusiastic can do mentality and a willingness to challenge yourself in order to push your learning and progress your career as their Electrical Controls & Instrumentation Engineer please click ‘Apply’ below.

No Agencies please, if you are an agency please respect their policy of no cold calling.

Reference: 34541963

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