|Job Title:||Control & Instrumentation Technician - EFW Power Station|
|Salary:||£32000 - £34500 per annum + 10% bonus, pension|
|Contact Name:||Steve Utton|
|Job Published:||July 6, 2017|
Control & Instrumentation Technician x 2 - Energy from Waste Power Station
Salary circa £34,500 + benefits
We're currently recruiting for 2 Control and Instrumentation Technicians to join the maintenance department of an energy from waste power station in the Cheshire area. Reporting in to the C&I Engineer you will be responsible for pre-planned and reactive maintenance duties on all instrumentation and control systems across the plant.
What you will be doing...
Typical duties will include:
- Fault finding and maintaining instrumentation (pressure, temperature, level & flow) and control systems
- Calibrating instrumentation
- Programming the sites DCS and other PLC systems
- Conducting continuous improvement activities, plant modifications and design work
- Supervising 3rd party contractors
A full job description can be available on request.
What you will need...
- Ideally an HNC/ONC/NVQ in an Electrical / Electronic or C&I Engineering or similar
- Have significant experience working with PLC's, Control Systems, DCS, SCADA and Instrumentation (pressure, temperature, level and flow)
- At least 4 years' experience on a power station or other heavy process plant such as petrochemical, refinery or pharmaceutical in C&I maintenance. Recently qualified EC&I / C&I apprentices would also be considered
What's in it for you...
- A competitive basic salary of circa £34,500
- A bonus up to 10%
- Overtime at 1.5x
- A contributory pension scheme
How to apply...
To apply for this exciting opportunity simply send a copy of your up to date CV and covering letter to email@example.com or call 02392 288 215 to speak to Steve.
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