|Job Title:||EC&I Manager|
|Location:||Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire|
|Salary:||£50000 - £60000 per annum + Company Benefits|
|Contact Name:||Kyle Shinn|
|Job Published:||April 12, 2019|
Up to £60k DoE + Benefits
We're currently seeking an EC&I Manager / Electrical, Controls & Instrumentation Manager to work on a state-of-the-art 24/7 process plant based in the Milton Keynes area. You'll be responsible for leading the EC&I team, providing technical support to operations and managing the PPM.
As an EC&I Manager, you will be responsible for:
- Managing the electrical, controls & instrumentation (EC&I) team on site.
- Ensuring the delivery of maintenance & assisting the technicians as required.
- Providing technical support to the operations team regarding an EC&I related issues.
- Acting as the Electrical Duty Holder on site.
- Ensuring compliance with health, safety, quality & environmental requirements etc.
- Implementing, maintaining & testing SCADA control systems.
- Managing & arranging high voltage (HV) and outage works on the process plant.
- Other duties as required.
In order to be considered for the role, you should have proven experience in a similar EC&I Manager position with a background working in a process environment such as the Power Generation, Renewable Energy, Waste Management, Water Treatment or similar sector. You will also need to hold a relevant electrical engineering or EC&I qualification (such as an apprenticeship, HNC or HND).
This is an exciting opportunity to manage the EC&I team on a state-of-the-art process plant based in Milton Keynes! They're offering a competitive salary of up to £60,000 depending on experience, plus the company benefits package.
If you would like to apply for this EC&I Manager role, then please send a copy of your up to date CV to email@example.com or call Kyle Shinn on 02392 288 284 for more information.
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