Mechanical Terminal Engineer
Our client is looking to recruit a Mechanical Terminal Engineer who will be responsible for maintaining and developing, by the application of engineering expertise, the Terminal's infrastructure and facilities such that the Business can demonstrate to its customers an innovative technology based approach
Main duties include:
- Plan and co-ordinate all routine internal, third party and Statutory inspections of mechanical infrastructure and plant assets.
- Ensure that mechanical plant and equipment is inspected in accordance with legislative Regulations and guidelines, in keeping with ITL technical and management standards.
- Interpret and execute on behalf of the Terminal, the requirements of applicable legislation, such as Pressure Systems Regulations 1989, Highly Flammable Liquids and Liquefied Gas Regulations 1972 and COMAH Regulations and all Environmental protection driven legislation.
- Establish critical and minimum levels of spares for breakdown purposes with special regard to safety critical equipment.
- Design, cost, construct and commission facility enhancements at the Terminal to improve customer service, safety of personnel and equipment efficiency.
- Ensure that all work undertaken by Terminal personnel and Contractors is carried out to recognised standards & Terminal specifications.
- Develop effective working relationships with colleagues in other Terminals and Group functions such as focus groups and steering teams, in order to
- Manage and communicate effectively with all personnel to ensure that all engineering activities allow safe, efficient and effective operation of all aspects of the Terminal’s activities.
- Ensure that documented records of engineering and maintenance activities are accurately maintained within the Computerised Maintenance Management System.
- Ensure the effectiveness of the Quality Assurance System, ITL technical and management standards, and all other related procedures and systems.
- Ensure the requirements of the Terminal’s Safety Regulations, Environmental and Emergency procedures are adhered to.
- 5 years in an Asset Integrity Management related role
- Engineering/ Science based degree or Professional qualification
- Member of Professional Institution or working towards membership
- Health and Safety - NEBOSH Certification
- EEMUA 159 Tank Assessor