EI Engineer

Recruiter
AM Recruitment
Location
Durham
Posted
22 Apr 2019
Closes
10 May 2019
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
As part of the engineering team, you will manage the I/E infrastructure in a defined area of the plant. You will be responsible for ensuring that all equipment is installed and maintained so that it is safe, fit for purpose and compliant with all corporate and UK legislation.
In addition, your day to day duties will include; Develop the existing installation and maintenance strategies to improve the overall reliability of equipment in the defined plant area. Support fault finding activity on a wide variety of I/E/C apparatus and lead Root Cause Analysis activity as appropriate to help maximise the reliability of that equipment. Ensure that all Proof Testing, Protective Earthing and Hazardous Area testing is planned, scheduled and completed by due dates, escalating any significant defects and managing subsequent remedial work in accordance with national and corporate requirements. Ensure that proof test and other safety critical procedures are detailed to comply with the latest HSE guidance. Identify and manage I/E equipment obsolescence via the Asset Life Plan and annual CAPEX renewal program. Ensure asset life plans are in line with appropriate IEC / British Standards. Develop the I/E Work Specifier role to help transition the asset maintenance strategy to being more Predictive and Preventive and less reactive. Ensure that general I/E defects are planned and remediated in an appropriate timescale to ensure that asset safety is not compromised. Foster an environment where I/E Continuous Improvement ideas are generated by all asset personnel and manage their implementation. Work alongside Assistant Mechanical Engineer to ensure that the weekly plan is suitably resourced and liaise with Responsible I/E Engineer on matters of codal and corporate compliance.
We are looking for a self-starter, someone who can operate on minimal guidance and broad direction from the Engineering Manager who, will establish the targets for key areas of work.
A relevant degree in an instrument or electrical discipline is preferred, although applicants with an HNC will be considered. The successful candidate will have significant I/E Engineering experience gained in the chemicals manufacturing or similar industry sector and have a working knowledge of relevant I/E British standards

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