Maintenance Engineer (EC & I Biased)

Job Title: Maintenance Engineer (EC & I Biased)
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Widnes, Cheshire
Salary: £36000 - £45000 per annum
Start Date: asap
Reference: J892700_1503318214
Contact Name: Brian La-Ffin
Contact Email:
Job Published: August 21, 2017 13:23

Job Description

Maintenance Engineer - (EC & I biased with Mechanical. skills)
4on 5off Shift Pattern
Salary -- Up to £44,000

Job Purpose

Time Served - Full Indentures

The Job Holder will need to be capable of working with the minimum amount of supervision, self-managing their work load as well as often being the sole technical resource on site.

Capable of working from a plan covering planned, preventative, predictive and Reliability Centred Maintenance across all maintenance disciplines ( EC & I & Mechanical)

Has good level of communication skill both verbal & written.

Experience with CMMS (Computerised Maintenance Management System)

Essential Electrical

 Electrical time served or Instrument time served
 17th Edition (new if possible)
 Motor Control Systems - 'Direct on Line' and V.S.D. Control Systems.
 Small Power and Lighting Systems.
 Electrical Power Distribution Systems
 Test Equipment - Portable Testers(including pneumatic and R/T box type)Clamp-on Meters Multi-meters)
 Failure mode prediction and protection Power failure, Air Failure, Equipment failure, Software failure
 Relay / Timer and PLC Control Logic for Plant Process Control and Safety Interlock Systems.
 Hazardous Area Classification- Understanding Area Classification Drawings (reference Saffil Haz Area Drgs),Appreciation of Gas Groupings, Explosive Dust Hazard,Types of equipment appropriate for zones
 Temperature classification
 Explosion Protected Equipment, An appreciation of the various international standards and the tentative inter-relationships, and an understanding of the operating principles of:- EEX-d Flameproof
 EEX-e Increased Safety,EEX-n Non Sparking,EEX-I Intrinsic Safety,EEX-I Intrinsic Safety

Desired Electrical

 Electrical Furnace Power and Temperature Control - Thyristor 'Burst Firing' and Element Changes at Temperature.