|Location: Cirencester||Salary: Negotiable|
|Sector: Highways & Highways Electricals||Type: Permanent|
|Contact: Emma Puddick||Job Published: 12 days ago|
Want to work for the UK's leading water and wastewater business?
We have an excellent opportunity for you to do so… We are looking for an ICA (Instrumentation, control and automation technician) to work in a multi-disciplinary team.
Key Duties for the ICA Technician
- Responsible for installing, modifying and commissioning new plant equipment to relevant standards, and to diagnose and repair faults on systems and plants.
- Proactively 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 water production assets including planned maintenance and preventative and reactive maintenance.
- Investigation into plant failures and the implementation of subsequent repairs as quickly and efficiently as possible in order to avoid interruptions to the supply process.
- Conduction of risk assessments and create appropriate method statements when required to safely carry out maintenance activities.
- Provide 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.
To be successful you will have the following skills and experience:
- A good understanding of operational plant and control systems is essential.
- Understanding of Wonderware (desirable) and ClearSCADA, 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.
- Examples of some instrumentation you could be working on are flow meters, pressure levels, ultrasonics, and telemetry.
- Experience in the calibration and maintenance of front line instrumentation.
- Ideally, you will be qualified to HNC level or otherwise will have City and Guilds Part 2 or NVQ level 3 (or equivalent) in an electrical subject.
- The work will require physical fitness and the ability to work in confined spaces with successful completion of the appropriate training; as well as the flexibility to work on an out of hours rota when necessary.
- Knowledge of water treatment processes (desirable)
Services advertised by Gold Group are those of an Agency and/or an Employment Business.