|Location: Ilford, London||Salary: Negotiable|
|Type: Permanent||Contact: Ashleigh Hicks|
Competitive salary + Benefits
This instrumentation, control & automation (ICA) technician will be working in a multi-disciplinary team, alongside a range of operational teams such as systems, mechanical, and electrical technicians. The successful candidate will be responsible for installing, modifying and commissioning new plant equipment to relevant standards, and to diagnose and repair faults on systems and plants.
Key Accountabilities for ICA Engineer:
- Identifying and reporting follow on work or areas for enhancement and delivering cost effective improvements to assets and systems.
- Carrying out instrumentation, control and automation maintenance on a variety of waste assets including planned, preventative and reactive maintenance.
- Liaising with, and supervising contractors and suppliers where necessary.
- Investigation into plant failures and the implementation of subsequent repairs as quickly and efficiently as possible in order to avoid interruptions to the water treatment process.
- Conducting risk assessments and creating appropriate method statements when required to safely carry out maintenance activities.
- You will be responsible for providing specialist technical advice where appropriate with up to date technical knowledge and provide training support for technical trainees and support project development and input into capital delivery projects.
- Participate in a stand-by rota following relevant training. This will involve coverage across the whole north region.
To be successful ICA Engineer you will have the following skills and experience:
- A good, practical understanding of operational plant and control systems is essential.
- An understanding of Wonderware and ClearSCADA is desirable
- Knowledge and experience working with relay logic and PLCs (Rockwell & Alan Bradley) which will include management and programming.
- Ability to read and fault find from circuit diagrams as well as have previous experience of inverter drives.
- Experience of calibration and maintenance of front-line instrumentation.
- Qualified to HNC level or otherwise will have City and Guilds Part 2 or NVQ level 3 (or equivalent) in an electrical subject
- Knowledge of waste water treatment processes is desirable.
- Driving licence is essential and as the post will work across a number of sites in your assigned region.
- The work will require physical fitness and the ability to work in confined spaces with successful completion of the appropriate training; as well as flexibility to work on an out of hours rota when necessary.
Services advertised by Gold Group are those of an Agency and/or an Employment Business.