|Job Ref:||000885||Employer:||Randstad||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Borehamwood||Address:||Post Code:||WD6||Salary:||£ 45,000 - £ 55,000 per year, 25 days holiday, pension, life assurance||Post Date:||08/10/2016 00:15|
Are you an experienced electrical engineer? Are you looking for a new opportunity in a pharmaceutical company where you can make a difference? BPL has an exciting opportunity for an Electrical Control and Instrumentation Engineer to join a growing team within a leading Pharmaceutical company that is currently growing due to significant investment.|
As an Electrical Control and Instrumentation Engineer you will be presented with a 'blank sheet' to work from - and your success will depend on how you marry up the need for greater control of our processes with the challenges of managing an ageing plant. Working with such outdated control systems, this is an opportunity to make your mark on how we design, specify and implement the control and instrumentation infrastructure and philosophies for the future.
The site is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty and has free parking available to all employees as well as the other available benefits:
* Performance Related Bonus
* Pension & Life Assurance
* Health Services Discounts Scheme
* 25 days holiday + bank holidays
The main job purpose of the Site Electrical Engineer is:
* As the Principal Duty Holder for all Electrical Maintenance, the main purpose of this role is to uphold BPL's statutory obligations and industry recognised standards with regards to Electrical Maintenance and Installation. This technical support will also cover major investigations, fault-finding, continuous improvement projects, training and planning.
Key duties and responsibilities will include:
* To act as the Responsible I&E Engineer in respect of Electrical, Control and Instrumentation systems maintenance.
* Ensure that all Electrical work is carried out in accordance with the BPL standards, policies and procedures, and in conformance with the Electricity At Work Regulations
* Make dead, isolate and earth High Voltage electrical networks
* Carry out High Voltage testing and fault location, and re-energize the network on completion
* Plan outages and produce switching programmes when required
* Maintain own competence in accordance with legislative changes
* Provide the electrical expertise necessary to facilitate projects and co-ordinate safe and effective programmes.
* Define and Review Instrument & Electrical planned maintenance routines and optimize to minimize maintenance cost whilst meeting an acceptable level of plant and equipment reliability.
* Ensure assigned subcontractors are proactively managed and associated work delivers value to the operation.
The successful candidate will:
* Have a degree in a relevant discipline.
* Have a strong knowledge of relevant standards including a thorough understanding of the Electricity at work act.
* Have experience in a regulated industry, for example, Automotive, Food manufacturing, Brewing or Petrochemical.
* Have an understanding of PLC's and be able to troubleshoot.
* Have some experience of HV and distribution networks.
If you feel that you would be a good fit and that you meet the above requirements, please apply today. Successful candidates will be contacted within 2 weeks of application in regards to next stages of the process. Unfortunately due to high response levels, we are not able to contact unsuccessful candidates.