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Operating within innovative waste-to-energy engineering firm in small scale waste to energy with diverse projects that are environmentally sustainable, implementing a resilient infrastructure that is effective & positive. They are offer expertise, products and services in pyrolysis, gasification & oxidation. Due to sustainable business growth, this is a great opportunity to play a lead technical & management role in Controls & Instrumentation for a fascinating company poised for exponential growth in UK & internationally.
Crucially you will play a leadership role in a ZERO landfill future, dealing with waste at source and recovering economic and environmental value.
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The Mechanical Service Engineer PLC job itself where you will be responsible for installing, modifying and commissioning new plant equipment to relevant standards and to diagnose and repair faults on systems and plants. More specifically:
- Proactively identifying and reporting follow on work or areas for enhancement.
- Working in the Service team alongside multi-disciplinary operational teams such as systems civil, mechanical, process and electrical technicians.
- Carrying out instrumentation, control and automation maintenance on a variety of assets including planned maintenance and defect maintenance.
- Delivering cost-effective improvements to assets and systems.
- Carry out scheduled planned maintenance work in compliance with company procedures in order to minimize plant breakdowns.
- Investigate the nature of plant failures and subsequently carry out repairs as quickly and efficiently as possible in order to avoid interruptions to the process.
- Examples of some instrumentation you could be working on are flow meters, pressure levels, ultrasonic, PLC’s, HMI's, communication and control units.
You will have
As Mechanical Service Engineer PLC, you will have:
- Ideally, you will be time served to have a recognised apprenticeship qualification,
- Strong mechanical ocus and ideally qualified to HNC level OR City and Guilds Part 2 or NVQ level 3 (or equivalent) in a mechanical subject
- A good, practical understanding of operational plant and control systems is essential.
- Understanding of Wonderware In Touch, UnityPro and ClearSCADA, relay logic and PLCs (Rockwell & Allen Bradley SLC)
- You should have experience of calibration and maintenance of front line instrumentation.
- Due to the nature of the role, a valid driving licence is essential and as the post will work across a number of sites across South West and potentially UK-Wide.
You will get
As Mechanical Service Engineer PLC you will enjoy a competitive salary, likely £30K-£35K plus comprehensive package TBA including Pension & Private Medical.
You can apply
For the Mechanical Service Engineer PLC by pushing the button on this job posting (recommended), by sending CV in confidence to firstname.lastname@example.org , or give me a call at 01275 331307.