Job Title: EC&I Technician
Business Unit: Cavendish Nuclear
This position would suit an industrial electrically experienced, motivated individual capable of working both as a team and autonomously.
The role will involve working alongside a team of engineers and technicians in the completion of cradle to grave installations and modifications to plant and systems.
You will need to demonstrate a strong health and safety culture and provide evidence of working within an industrial environment.
An element of flexibility will be required in order to work overtime hours (including weekends) at short notice to support return to service of plant and equipment.
The role provides an opportunity to build on supervisory skills and training within a Nuclear environment in order to hold safety permits and radiological work permits.
Such work may include the following:
• Site surveying and scope identification
• Working to drawings, instructions, methods statements and risk assessments.
• Modifying electrical control panels
• Installation of uni-strut, cable tray and trunking
• Electrical (typically 110V/415V) and instrumentation installations (4-20mA Analogue)
• Relay Logic Control Systems
• Fault finding and rectification
• Supporting the commissioning of new electrical and instrumentation installations.
• Supporting the maintenance and use of specialist camera inspection equipment.
• Maintaining safety in all works undertaken in line with regulatory and CSG compliance policies.
• Identifying issues/improvements/recommendations to plant and equipment for consideration by engineers
• Working at height, in confined spaces and within radiological controlled areas.
• Basic IT skills required (e.g. Word, Excell, Outlook)
Previous experience of electrical installation work within an industrial environment is essential.
You will require a Recognised Training Scheme or Apprenticeship (i.e. NASEC/CITB/CompanyTraining Scheme) along with successful completion of current IEE Regulations Training.
We would also like you to have the following:
* Ability to understand and work from electrical schematical drawings
* Previous experience of instrumentation and calibration is desireable
* Site Installation/Maintenance experience in Nuclear/Power Generation (preffered but not essential).
* Ability to work in a heavily regulated, Safety Critical Environment
* Currently hold or able to attain minimum CTC vetting
What else do I need to know?
* All applicants must have the legal right to work in the UK and be subject to satisfactory security clearance which includes 3 years reference checks. Verification of any qualifications/passport/licences must be shown at interview stage.
* We are happy to talk about flexible working. Please ask about alternative patterns of work at interview
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Closing Date: 7th May 2021