Working within the Maintenance Team and reporting to the Team Leader, the majority of the time will be spent on instrumentation tasks, including repairs, calibration and testing but will also include minor project work and assisting in additional maintenance duties where priorities require.
Key Responsibilities for the Instrument Technician role:
- Ensure the on-going reliability and accuracy of instrumentation across the plants
- Ensure calibrations are kept up-to-date and recorded
- Identify and report any current or potential issues
- Liaise with the maintenance team leader to agree work priorities
- Carry out Plant Modification work to help enhance both plant safety and efficiency
- Support the projects teams at initial design stages to offer advice on the correct selection of plant
- Ensure that all relevant departmental administration such as; time sheets, work orders (WMO) and stores purchase requisitions are completed.
- Carry out statutory and another testing on site to help maintain both ISO 9001 & ISO14001 accreditation.
Experience required for the Instrument Technician role.
- An electrical/control based qualification to HNC level is essential.
- Experience in HV Networks would be an advantage.
- ECI experience in a manufacturing / chemical industry within a maintenance function.
- Experience of safety related control systems and functional safety.
- Some technical knowledge in Mechanical engineering would be desirable.
- Resource management, in particular control of contractors.
- Good Safety & environmental awareness.
- Customer and performance focused.
- Excellent communicator and positive attitude.
You will be required to work a rotating shift pattern working 5 days (7am-7pm) with following 4 days off.