ERF Control & Instrumentation Engineer
Competitive Salary, plus Benefits
42.5 hours per week, Monday - Friday
An exciting opportunity has arisen at our Ardley ERF site for a Control & Instrumentation Engineer, to assume responsibility for all control and instrumentation engineering and maintenance at the Ardley Energy from Waste Plant, in co-operation with the Mechanical and Electrical Engineers.
We are looking for someone with experience in C&I engineering of a process industry or within a power plant environment, along with experience working with computerised Maintenance Management systems.
The ideal candidate will possess an appropriate technical qualification such as ONC/ HNC (or equivalent). It is highly desirable to have experience in working with Safe Systems of Work (PFW), or to hold a recognised Health & Safety qualification.
Control & Instrumentation Engineer Duties include, but not limited to:
- Co-ordinate, schedule and plan maintenance activities during planned and unplanned shutdowns
- Ensure optimal long-term availability of the plant and preserve the value of the facility within approved budget
- Manage statutory inspections ensuring all documentation is completed and up to date
- Management of the C&I maintenance workshop
- Ensure the plant Maintenance Management System is utilised to its full potential
- Ensure that all activities within the Ardley ERF plant are carried out in a safe manner in line with Viridor policies and health, safety and environmental statutory requirements
- Control a Safe System of Working to ensure activities are carried out in a safe manner. Including Ardley ERF staff, working with contractors to ensure their safety
- Work as part of a management team striving for continual improvement
- Ensure all visitors and contractors to site are inducted in the site safety and emergency procedures
- Participate in continual personal development within the organisation to achieve improved performance, promote flexible team working by creating an environment and the resources which will enable the team to identify issues and create innovative solutions to problems and opportunities
Control & Instrumentation Engineer Skills / Experience:
- Knowledge of diagnostic repair methods of control and instrumentation equipment
- Experience of health, safety and environment legislation relevant to process or power industry
- Experience in supervising teams and contractors to deliver agreed Key Performance Indicators (KPI's)
- Experience of working with Computerised Maintenance Management systems.
- Possess appropriate Engineering qualifications such as ONC / HNC (or equivalent)
- Able to think logically and solve problems effectively and efficiently.
- Proven experience of team management and development.
Viridor is one of the UK's leading recycling, renewable energy and waste management companies. Part of the FTSE 250 Pennon Group, Viridor puts waste into action, transforming it into high quality recyclables, raw materials and energy. This is an exciting time to work at Viridor. We are at the forefront of the UK's green economy and we use smart people and technology to deliver our vision, bringing people together to give the world's resources new life.
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