Spalding, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
Reporting directly to the Mechanical Lead within this multi-disciplined team, managing contracts and working to deliver the day to day maintenance requirements in line with plant priorities whilst fully supporting the wider team on longer term solutions, outages and improvements.
Principal responsibilities are described below:
- Carrying out planned and reactive maintenance on mechanical assets which includes equipment such as steam boilers, Gas Turbines, gearbox, steam turbines, cranes, pumps, Diesel engine sets etc.
- Planning PPM Schedules and reviewing plant defects
- Update the Computerised Maintenance Management System (CMMS) when required
- Create work order cards and produce RAMs, ensuring they are checked for accuracy and signed off before they are delivered to the Safety Controller for Safety Document production.
- Supervise external contractors on site during scheduled maintenance and inspections
- Carry out root cause analysis (RCA) to prevent faults from reoccurring
- Be part of an on-call rota within the mechanical team.
- Ensure the Quality control of all work either undertaken directly or supervised, in line with InterGen’s Quality Management System.
- Actively participate in company/site HSE initiatives including the HSE forum activities and procedure reviews
Key characteristics of the successful candidate will include:
- Detail oriented with the ability to work unsupervised and the confidence to challenge the ‘pro quo’ in a professional manner.
- Affable and flexible personality with an excellent work ethic, who demonstrates a “can do” attitude and offers alternative solutions.
- Ability to work with all levels of the organization with the Potential for promotion, within the Company
- Excellent verbal/written communication skills.
- Familiar with a number of computer applications.
- Good interpersonal skills, self-motivated, flexible and committed attitude
- A recognised engineering apprenticeship or relevant engineering qualification such as a HND/HNC/NVQ Level 3, etc in a Mechanical discipline
- At least 2 years' experience working in a heavy process engineering environment such as Power (EfW, Biomass, CCGT, Coal, etc), COMAH site, Refinery, Paper Mill, etc.
- Experience working with CMMS systems
- Experienced in working on industrial process systems, using a variety of hand and machine tools to effect repair/replacement of defective equipment.
- May be required for certain training courses
To apply, please send résumés to firstname.lastname@example.org