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Electrical Engineering/Maintenance Support Lead 

adzuna-uk  |  United Kingdom  |  

United KingdomOxford St, Workington, CA14 2AL
£43,000.00 per Annum
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Providing support and direction to the electrical maintenance team as well as coordinating multi-discipline teams where required.

Ensuring that all work requirements (spares, instructions, permits etc) are in place for each deliverable task which will include routine preventative maintenance, reactive breakdown maintenance, project delivery and analysis of condition monitoring outputs.

Responsibilities: Duties include but not limited to: Read, understand and implement all applicable company / project policies, working practices and procedures, ensuring at all times that the electrical, control and instrumentation maintenance and installation tasks are completed safely and to a high standard.

Plan all tasks in line with priorities set by Engineering Manager and Production Manager.

Provide supervisory support to electrical team and multi-disciplined teams as required.

Provide support to projects and process engineering through design reviews, management of change and reliability reviews of project requirements.

Take part in, and contribute to HAZOP, HAZID and LOPA exercises to ensure continued compliance with HSE guidance and best practice.

Conduct analysis of condition based monitoring outputs from both completed task history and installed monitoring systems.

Liaise with suppliers and contractors for on-site support as required.

Ensure materials are available for task completion through spares analysis, proactive procurement and engagement with projects, process engineering and production manager.

Liaise with operations shift managers for preventative maintenance and breakdown task support, where required assist with detailed fault finding and maintenance/ repair tasks on plant.

Write, review and audit maintenance instructions, method statements, control system and alarm/trip test schedules and risk assessments both internally and provided by contractors to ensure they meet the company policy on safety.

Assist with the development of and conduct prescribed inspection routines and alarm/trip testing to comply with the UK COMAH safety management system plan.

Conduct detailed fault finding analysis of DCS/PLC and other control systems.

Assist with installation and commissioning activities for new and ongoing projects.

Apply for and approve (where required) relevant permits to work (PTW) in order to complete tasks in a controlled and safe manner.

Undertake appropriate Risk Assessments and Non-Routine Job Assessments (NRJ) in order to complete tasks in a safe and controlled manner.

Conduct root cause analysis and major breakdown reviews to eliminate repeat failures.

Complete reliability based studies and in conjunction with the engineering manager develop appropriate maintenance activities to support reliability outputs and other improvements.

Qualifications/Desired Skills: 4 Year Apprenticeship or Level 2 NVQ equivalent Demonstrable experience in a maintenance or engineering support role.

Experience conducting electrical, control and instrumentation role in an upper tier COMAH site, preferably in the chemical manufacturing industry Experience with condition based monitoring techniques.

Reliability Centred Maintenance understanding and training attendance would be of benefit.

Experience of working in hazardous areas (ATEX/DSEAR) including understanding of BS EN60079.

Experience of fault finding on DCS/PLC and hardwired control and instrumentation systems.

Experience of 415v 3 phase electrical systems Experience with Computerised Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) Familiar with Microsoft Office Applications (Word, Exel etc) Member of or working towards professional registration with relevant engineering institution (IEng, CEng).

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