|Job Title:||EC&I Technician|
|Location:||Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire|
|Salary:||£40000 - £45000 per annum + Company Benefits|
|Contact Name:||Kyle Shinn|
|Job Published:||September 20, 2019|
c£45,000 + Benefits
We are currently seeking to recruit an Electrical, Controls & Instrumentation Technician / EC&I Technician, to work on a 24/7 power generation process plant based in the Milton Keynes area. Our client is a leading company within the waste management & power generation industry, with the opportunity for an experienced EC&I Technician to join their team.
As an EC&I Technician, you will be responsible for:
- EC&I maintenance on heavy process plant / power generation equipment (PLCs, SCADA, sensors, probes, conveyors, pumps, motors etc.)
- Planned & preventative maintenance across the site
- Responding to breakdowns
- Troubleshooting, fault finding & calibrations
- Ensuring operations run at optimum capacity with minimum downtime
- Other duties as required
To be considered for this position, you should ideally be a time-served Maintenance Engineer (Electrical bias), with a strong understanding of Controls & Instrumentation. You should have experience maintaining large/heavy process equipment and be flexible towards working on a shift pattern. Those with a Marine Engineering / ex-Forces background will also be considered.
The package on offer for this position includes a base salary c£45,000, plus good company benefits including overtime, pension, etc.
If you are interested in applying for this opportunity, please email a copy of your latest CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Kyle Shinn on 02392 288 284 for more information.
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