Bio-Hall Engineer - Waste Management
To be responsible for maintenance of Bio-hall equipment both PPM and reactive maintenance. To supervise, as the responsible person, the engineering cleaners working for you in that area.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Responsible for the maintenance of all Bio-hall plant and services.
This involves greasing and replacing bearings, replacing and tracking belts and replacing rollers.
You will be expected to work safely following the company's safety procedures and to supervise the engineering cleaners ensuring their compliance. You will undertake planned maintenance and reactive maintenance.
You may be asked to work elsewhere in the plant on any shift including weekend and nights. You will provide a call out service on alternate weekends which will be paid at the company's overtime rate.
To take responsibility for identifying and repairing defects and to bring to the attention of your manager any potential hazards or means to improve the reliability of the plant.
Recognised engineering qualifications, ideally in both mechanical and electrical engineering.
Working in hazardous/confined spaces an advantage, however there will be a two month assessment period with another qualified engineer during which on the job training will be provided.
Working in confined spaces training.
Must be reliable and dedicated. Be methodical and analytical in your approach to maintaining the plant. Must be able to supervise unskilled labour working for you.
The duties and responsibilities highlighted are indicative and may vary over time. The post holder will be expected to undertake other duties and responsibilities relevant to the nature, level and extent of the post and the grade that has been established on this basis.