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Control & Instrumentation Engineer – Energy Recovery Facility (ERF), Avonmouth
Salary – Competitive
At Viridor, we’re one of the UK’s leading recycling, renewable energy and waste management companies and part of the FTSE 250 Pennon Group. We put waste into action, transforming it into high quality recyclables, raw materials and energy and are at the forefront of the UK’s green economy. We’re undergoing rapid change and development which provides opportunities for those who are seeking a role to make their mark and drive forward a best in class performance.
Fast growing and investing over £1.2bn in the development of a network of state of the art Energy Recovery Facilities across the UK, we’re already established as the second largest operator in the UK and looking to become the largest. The ERFs reduce the reliance on landfill or exporting waste for treatment whilst being key to our revenue generation.
Our Avonmouth ERF is currently undergoing construction and will require an experienced Engineering professional who will lead and develop a team of technicians, whilst efficiently plan and execute maintenance activities associated with the ERF, including the workshops management.
As a Control & Instrumentation Engineer, you will ensure optimal long-term availability of the plant, to preserve the value of the assets, ensuring financial targets are met within the mechanical maintenance department and a ‘no-compromise’ approach to health and safety is embraced.
Reporting to the Engineering & Maintenance Manager and in co-operation with your Electrical and Mechanical colleagues, the Control & Instrumentation Engineer will be play a key part in creating the systems, applying Viridor processes and preparing the site to commence commissioning. You will also be responsible for developing and training a team to embody your no compromise standards of safety, quality and performance to support the delivery of a world class facility.
Our ideal Control & Instrumentation Engineer will have:
- In-depth knowledge of control and instrumentation equipment, including PLC and DCS systems, Gas and liquid analysis equipment including CEMS, and experience of maintaining ATEX equipment.
- Experience in maintaining instrument calibrations and inspections schedules and records.
- Ability to think logically to solve problems effectively and to diagnose process related issues by integration of control loops and P&IDs.
- Experience of health, safety and environment legislation preferably relevant to process or power industry
- Experience in leading teams and contractors to deliver agreed Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s)
- Possess appropriate Engineering qualifications such as HNC (or equivalent)
- Experience in working within Permit for Work and Safe System of Work environments
- Experience in working with Preventative Maintenance Systems and Computerised Maintenance Management Systems.
- Exposure to an energy from waste facility or power stations would be advantageous and preferred
- A demonstrable ‘no compromise’ approach to Health & Safety legislation ideally relevant to process or power industry
- Experience of contract management and procurement processes to deliver plant efficiencies against KPIs.
- Possess appropriate management qualification or experience of managing a team including annual appraisal reporting.
- Effective team building, encouraging, motivation and people value
- Ability to think logically and solve problems effectively and efficiently
At Viridor, we offer a competitive salary as well as excellent benefits including our pension scheme, healthcare, free eye test and safety eyewear where required alongside a number of flexible benefits.
This is an exciting opportunity in our fast-growing business to join, develop and drive forward this state of the art brand new facility and help Viridor become the market leader.
If you have the skills and experience to join our team, click apply for the role of Control & Instrumentation Engineer!
The successful candidate should be available to start in role in January 2019.