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I/E Technician

IE Technician

Power station/utilities

Location

Grangemouth

Grade

IE 1/2

Job Purpose

  • Install, maintain, repair and assist in the integrity of all instrument/electrical equipment and associated equipment to achieve a safe working environment which is highly reliable and cost efficient.
  • Execute/Deliver the planned and corrective maintenance tasks allocated by the Maintenance Team Leader (I/E) to achieve asset targets for SHE, costs, availability, reliability, integrity and quality.

Principle Accountabilities

  • Observe/apply all health and safety rules, procedures, standards and behaviours at all times (e.g. Control of Work, Risk assessments, ATEX/CompEx (Hazardous Area equipment inspections), 18th Edition IEE Regs, Manual Handling, COSHH, LOLER & PUWER etc. including the proactive raising and follow-up of any issues/actions as appropriate)
  • Execute allocated tasks to completion, to the required quality, safely/efficiently/promptly, applying all relevant technical standards/techniques and ensure work area is maintained in a tidy condition throughout.
  • Inspect/test Instrument/Electrical Control and Safety equipment/systems as directed within safety/operational/technical procedures and technical manuals to ensure all potential faults are identified in advance of failure.
  • By utilising drawings/technical manuals and equipment history, investigate/examine faulty equipment as directed in order to accurately ascertain the root cause of faults, identify/implement corrective actions/repairs and make recommendations to prevent recurrence.
  • Ensure that spare parts required for each job are available and liaise with I/E Team Leader/planner/others to remedy any shortfall.
  • Accurately record all work carried out/issues encountered (in the maintenance management system e.g. Maximo) to provide future personnel with an accurate history of work carried out, plant condition when last inspected, as built settings/clearances/dimensions etc. Provide feedback on any/all inaccuracies in documentation, drawings, work-plans etc.
  • Promote and undertake predictive / preventive maintenance of equipment and asset care programmes (and actively support Operations Technicians using technical knowledge).
  • Demonstrate professionalism and positive attitudes/behaviours at all times, offering clear/ constructive feedback and being flexible in support of the Asset during/after significant process upsets, plant failures, TARs, project implementation etc.
  • Participate in equipment improvement teams, offering first-hand technical input and carry out actions to ensure delivery.
  • Actively assist and support contractors/vendors to ensure timely progression of maintenance activities.
  • Work productively and assist other members of the maintenance team as required, to expedite repair of equipment and deliver against the maintenance schedule/plan.
  • Promptly report to Team Leader in respect of any delays to and/or significant issues identified in allocated tasks to maximize personal/team productivity, improve the maintenance process and improve asset availability/reliability/efficiency.
  • Take responsibility for your own personal performance/development by actively participating in the competency framework, training, 1-2-1s with your Team Leader, the mid-year/year-end appraisal process, setting/delivering your personal objectives, etc.

Job Requirements

  • Occasional periods of inconvenience to support Major Projects, planned and unplanned operational outages.
  • Ensure the maintenance of your individual skills/competence to deliver value to Ineos O&P UK and to aid in ensuring you maintain he competence to safely deliver in your role.
  • Individuals may hold specific responsibilities on behalf of the team (e.g. manual handling/COSHH assessor, MEWP driver, VQ Assessor, etc)

Qualifications, knowledge and Skills

  • HNC / NVQ level 3 in a relevant discipline or equivalent work place experience.
  • Candidates with below training/certifications are preferred:
    • COMAH, DSEAR, PUWER Awareness.
    • BS7671 – IEE Wiring Regulations & Inspection and Testing.
    • Principles of Electrical Safety (LV/HV protection and switching).
    • UPS.
    • Electronic motor control systems.
    • Lighting and Electric Heat Tracing systems.
    • BS EN 61511 – Functional Safety TUV Technician (Safety Instrumented Systems)
    • CompEx ExF, 01-04
    • Instrument systems capable of measuring/controlling pressure/level/flow/temperature/vibration
    • Fire and Gas Detection systems.
    • Swagelok Small Bore Tube Fitting Installation.
    • Experience with Emerson FIELDVUE/Metso Valveguard.
    • SIS Shutdown testing
  • Experience with Permit to Work Systems.
  • Familiar with Oil and Gas industry rules, procedures and standards.
  • Professional at all times, with drive/determination and a positive attitude.
  • Clear and courteous communicator providing constructive feedback to improve the process.
  • Follows the rules, with attention to detail and pride in the quality of their work.
  • Flexible and has the ability to work safely and effectively under pressure.
  • Proficient in the use of certain computer systems (CMMS-Maximo, e-mail, MS Word/Excel etc).
  • A team player who takes responsibility for delivering their role and proactively seeks out their next task/challenge.
  • Willing to learn and to share their knowledge/experience with others

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit their CV and apply

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