Plant Manager

On Line People Limited
05 Oct 2017
02 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
On Line People Limited are currently looking for a Plant Manager to work for one of our major clients based in Stracathro, Scotland. This is initially a permanent position, working 40 hours per week and could include working every other weekend (eventually). Salary: £35,000 p/a, 24 days holiday + bank holidays, matched pension scheme, life assurance and Medicash. Job Description & Key Responsibilities The purpose of this role is to be responsible the day to day smooth and efficient running of the Gas to Grid Anaerobic digestion plant, completing a 5 day working week including working at least 1 weekend in 3 (to be confirmed). - Manage site in line with legislation, planning permissions, permits H&S and the business manuals and documents; - Be first point of contact for all site queries; liaise with the ops team, farmers and all third parties; - Document and report all onsite activities; - o Creating KPIs; - o Completing daily checks and log book, visitors sign ins; - o Reporting all exceptional circumstances; including breakdowns, damages, performance and incidents; - Maintain site security and access, including visitor inductions; - Management of staff on site including overseeing third party workers and contractors; monitoring and reporting their performance in line with SLAs; - Monitor plant control system (SCADA); - Monitor feedstock quality and digestate volumes; - Be available for training to become TCM (completing WAMITAB L4); - Basic maintenance of equipment and plant, reporting breakdowns to maintenance team; - Basic feedstock sampling and testing; reviewing biological data and reports; - Control spares inventory and consumables; - Fill the hopper in line with feed ration; - Operate and maintain weighbridge on site; - Other duties as required. Skills - Have a good basic knowledge of AD/biogas/feedstock - Be fully conversant in process plant engineering - Possess strong IT skills (Microsoft Office etc.) - Relevant HND/HNC/City & Guilds qualification (e.g. Electrical/mechanical engineering) - Have a good understanding of all health and safety regulations - Be organised and an excellent communicator
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