Electrical Technical Authority
Russell Taylor are actively recruiting for a home based Technical Authority (Electrical bias) to work on several Fuel Terminals across the UK.
The Electrical Technical Authority will lead all electrical activities across terminal assets, ensuring that engineering works are completed to specification, in time and within budget.
With responsibility for a number of activities within projects and engineering at any one time, the job entails overseeing professional contract electrical engineers who conduct engineering activities on several Comah regulated terminalss. There will be a need to build strong credible working relationships with all internal stakeholders and in particular HSEQ, other Engineering colleagues as well as with external stakeholders including the main Contractor and HSE.
- Responsibility for all Electrical systems and equipment associated with the Oil Fuel Terminals ensuring the systems and equipment are safe, reliable, robust and conform with company and regulatory policy. This includes delivery of Engineering Works/Projects on time, to specification and within budget.
- Take technical responsibility for the maintenance and operation of high voltage electrical equipment located within the site's electrical distribution systems.
- Identify continuous improvement work on existing terminal infrastructure, where possible introducing new technologies to aid process performance, develop project implementation strategies, prepare capital and revenue expenditure budgets.
- Produce scopes of work at concept, FEED and detailed design level for Electrical systems and equipment, assist others disciplines with Electrical aspects.
- Monitor progress, resource and expenditure of projects carried out by contractors to ensure the achievement of the company strategic plan.
- Conduct audits on systems, equipment and maintenance strategies to ensure compliance with internal standards and maintain audit readiness.
- Act as technical lead on all electrical regulatory issues, liaise with the Regulatory bodies, including HSE and Environment Agency, review and make recommendations on health, safety and environmental regulations and strategies to ensure compliance.
- Development and review of policies, strategies, processes and performance measurement frameworks in relation to Maintenance Management for electrical applications and the promotion and application of best practice techniques.
- Provide support to the electrical maintenance aspects of the business and provide operability and reliability judgements on installed systems and equipment
- Deliver maintenance awareness and education programmes across the assets and corporate organisation
- Ensure an operating regime is in place to enable systems and equipment performance to be maintained and measured against targets including approval of major changes.
- Deliver solutions to issues over a wide range of time frames from short term problem solving activities to longer term strategy development and implementation.
- Ad hoc projects as required.
Competitive salary plus 38 days holiday, 12% contributory pension and life assurance.