Maintenance Engineer – Electrical
We’re looking for a Maintenance Engineer with an electrical bias to join our Merseyside based client on a permanent staff basis. Our client is a manufacturer within the chemicals sector.
Role: Maintenance Engineer – Electrical bias
Type of position: Permanent
Industry: Chemical Manufacturing
Date Posted: 08/05/2019
- Member of the maintenance team as a multidiscipline engineer and provide preventative maintenance on machines and equipment, repairs and installation of equipment and response to emergency break downs.
- Ensuring machines and equipment on site are safe, working efficiently and fit for purpose. This includes batch reactors, powder conveying, robotics, steam and thermal oil boilers.
- Involvement with new design, installation and movements of existing machines.
- To ensure continuous improvement of electrical standards within the facility.
- Ensuring electrical standards are maintained from PAT to Power System Analysis (i.e. Arc-Flash protection and System Loads).
- Experience / knowledge of the following is advantageous:
- PLC / Programming
- Control panels
- Distribution boards
- MCCs – Inverters / Contactors / ACBs
- Power Factor Correction
- Plant IT Networks
- HVAC automation systems
Skills and experience
- NVQ Level 3 – Mechanical / Electrical Engineering or equivalent
- 17th Edition Electrical Regulations.
- Minimum of 3 years’ experience in a manufacturing environment.
- PLC Programming and Maintenance – Mitsubishi Q/FX series desirable.
- Panel Building experience desirable.
- MS Office – Word, Excel, Powerpoint etc.
- Experience of a CMMS system.
- RCA trained.
Pay and benefits
- Competitive salary & benefits.
DATS is an equal opportunities employer that promotes and celebrates diversity in the workplace.
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Applicants who demonstrate the required experience will be contacted by a consultant to discuss the opportunity in more detail. If successful, you’ll normally move to interview stage quickly and you’ll need to prove eligibility and legal entitlement to work in the UK.