Our client has an exciting opportunity for an Electrical Instrumentation Technician 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 minimum expected earning of £30,000.
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 Instrumentation Technician:
- To provide Instrumentation, Electrical and Control support to the manufacturing plant
- Carry out maintenance, repair and inspection of Instrumentation, Electrical and Control, equipment across all departments.
- Provide technical support to the operations team.
- Assist in the development of Calibration and Inspection procedures and systems.
- Carrying out planned maintenance in accordance with the requirements of the maintenance management system.
- Carry out plant modifications in accordance with drawings, standards and work instructions.
- Carrying out unplanned maintenance as instructed.
- Maintaining accurate inspection and test records to comply with current legislation and plant safety and quality requirements.
- Fault finding and rectification for instrumentation systems.
- Assisting operations in diagnosing process problems and failures.
- Providing information to the projects team to support process improvements.
- Liaising with outside contractors and specialists to monitor work done and develop on-site knowledge.
- Responsibility to maintain the compliance of ATEX certified equipment used in hazardous areas.
- Carrying out electrical isolations.
- All works to comply with current UK legislation, engineering standards and plant HSE requirements.
Skills, Knowledge and Experience required by the Electrical Instrumentation Technician:
- Technical qualification (or pending) in engineering discipline
- 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 Instrumentation Technician:
- Expected minimum earnings £30,000
- 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
Hours of work: 08.00 - 16.30 (Mon to Fri)
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 Instrumentation Technician please click ‘Apply’ below.
No Agencies please, if you are an agency please respect their policy of no cold calling.
Bank or payment details should not be provided when applying for a job. reed.co.uk is not responsible for any external website content. All applications should be made via the 'Apply now' button.Report this job