Class 1 Personnel are recruiting an EC&I Engineer for work based in the Milton Keynes area.
The Electrical, Control and Instrumentation Engineer will provide technical support to the operational team, solving electrical, control, instrumentation related issues and supporting Facilities function.
You will also play an active role in plant safety schemes such as Near Misses or Incident Investigations, provide support where required and implement any recommendations arising from such schemes.
Ensure maintenance team compliance with appropriate Health, Safety, Quality & Environmental standards, policies and procedures.
Assist in delivering the Maintenance Teams KPI's.
Implementation and testing of software modules and systems
Develop and implement engineering procedures, instructions, method statements and guidance documents
Implementation and testing of SCADA systems and controls
To assist with scheduled and unscheduled outage activities as required, to ensure all aspects of EC&I work are completed to program, in a safe and efficient manner
Complete accurate maintenance reporting within the Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS)
Assist in identifying the failure modes for all apparatus
Lead on RCA’s in relation to EC&I issues
Manage and arrange for any work in HV system and produce RAMS for in-house jobs (HV training supplied)
Arrange for power outage plans and produce switching and isolation procedures
Certificate in Safety Instrumented Systems
Recognised EC&I Apprenticeship Scheme
ONC/HNC in Electrical and/or Electronic Engineering or equivalent
5 years engineering experience associated with:
Developing EC&I design requirements
Electrical Installation systems - power, control, cable specification, sizing, including data cables, instrument cables, along with associated cable segregation and screening requirements
Instrumentation systems for process industry
Engineering design for Hazardous areas
Preparation of work scope packages for installation and commissioning
Control panels design, including PLC systems, and associated power distribution
Motor Control Centres