EC&I Maintenance Engineer
Posted on Jul 12, 2019 by CV-Library
Our client is looking to a recruit a EC&I Maintenance Engineer that will be responsible for ensuring that all electrical, control & instrument engineering operations are carried out within current health, safety and environmental legislation and Safety Regulations.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES:
* Ensure effective communication of and implementation of electrical, control and instrument engineering standards in line with current Health, Safety and Environmental Legislation and LYB Safety Regulations.
* Onsite technical authority for High Voltage and Medium Voltage electrical systems. Responsible for ensuring continuity of electrical supplies to site for current and future operations.
* Responsible for the operation, safety and regulatory compliance for all levels of electrical installation and for all Goods and Passenger hoists on site.
* Monitor and review performance of electrical, control and instrument engineering management systems and procedures implementing improvements to optimise the efficiency of engineering activities.
* Ensure all Inspections of Electrical, Control and Instrumentation Systems meet both HSE and LYB safety regulations
* Perform Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA) on all critical equipment failures within assigned area. Participates in incident investigations, RCFAs, FMEAs, RCMs, etc. Use reliability tools to assess bad actors and develop recommendations to improve performance.
* Ensure the management, design, installation, operation and maintenance of instrumented process safety systems reduce the risk of a major accidents. (COMAH).
* Determine training and competence requirements for electrical and instrument technicians.
* Provide engineering support for projects, maintenance, site inspections and to discipline engineers in the implementation of MOC’s when required.
* Provide technical guidance to the Site Maintenance Manager who is responsible for the operation, safety and regulatory compliance for all levels of electrical, control & instrument installation.
* Providing technical guidance to the Site Maintenance Manager on the electrical aspects of DSEAR compliance. Audit and assess records for electrical hazardous area inspections, review and checking of equipment specifications and installation standards.
PERSON SPECIFICATION: (Typical knowledge, qualifications and experience required for the job.).
1. Minimum of an honours degree in Electrical/Instrument/Control Engineering
2. Chartered Engineer or working towards chartered status
3. TUV Functional Safety Certified
1. Long term experience in Maintenance and Engineering, preferably 5 years or longer in a similar environment.
2. Knowledge and understanding of Functional Safety(SIS).
3. Experience of Operation and Maintenance of High Voltage Systems.
4. Experience of major shutdowns/turnarounds.
5. Knowledge of Computerised Maintenance Management Systems.
6. Knowledge of Cybersecurity Systems
7. Knowledge of Experion DCS Systems
* Drive results: consistently achieve results even under tough circumstances
* Decision quality: make good and timely decisions that keep the organisation moving forward
* Customer focus; build strong customer relationships and deliver customer-centric solutions
* Communicate effectively: develop and deliver multi-mode communications that convey a clear understanding of the unique needs of different audiences
* Build effective teams; build strong identity teams that apply their diverse skills and perspectives to achieve common goals
1. Excellent IT skills – Microsoft packages.
2. Good understanding and usage of SAP or similar system in the management of maintenance and project costs.
3. Ability to organise engineering/contractor resources & activities across all disciplines.
4. Possess a broad understanding of the major design engineering disciplines, i.e., Piping, Equipment, Process, Civil/Structural, Instrumentation, and Electrical.
Working Hours – Monday – Friday 8am-4pm with a half hour unpaid break for lunch. 37.5 hours/week.
Annual Holidays - 25 days + bank holidays
Pension Scheme - Defined Contribution Scheme, 5% of employee salary to be contributed, employer contributes 6% - 12% dependent on age.
Bonus Scheme - Payment in line with prevailing company scheme – currently potential is 10% of basic salary