|Job Ref:||EMP348247||Employer:||Matchtech Group plc.||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||England||Address:||Salary:||£41,000 - £44,000/year||Post Date:||18/10/2016 21:32|
My client within the water industry is looking for experienced engineers to join an exciting new team covering the south east of England, who will be undertaking asset analysis to determine the risk and consequence of asset failure.|
Experience in asset analysis, failure modes, reliability, root cause analysis, technical understanding from a mechanical/electrical perspective beneficial
Exciting new roles within the south east for analytical thinkers with proven experience in asset analysis to provide failure and criticality reports on assets within the water industry. The key purpose of the job is to deliver failure mode effect criticality analysis (FMECA) across the organisation against a programme of site reviews across both water and wastewater. This will be used to chart the probability of failure modes against the severity of their consequences. With the result highlighting failure modes with relatively high probability and severity of consequences, allowing remedial effort Totex or Capex to be directed where it will produce the greatest value meeting customer promises and outcomes.
Responsible as part of a team for the delivery of FMECA throughout the organisation against a programme of site reviews across both water and wastewater using own technical skills. Undertake FMECA work packages.
Identify and analyse asset failure modes, root causes and effects of assets failure. Evaluate qualitative and quantitative criticality relating to asset failure. Review supporting information such as operation and maintenance manuals, operations log books etc. (in addition to the FMECA core data).
Identify practical tasks to deliver risk control by reducing the chance of failure occurring. Identify and prioritise asset needs using the FMECA assessments in conjunction with asset planning tools, scenario planning, modelling and interpretation of results alongside customer outcomes and performance targets. Recommend asset interventions that consider the best balance of outputs and whole life cost, and investment required to ensure efficiency targets associated with customer outcomes are achieved.
Apply FMECA principles to the asset lifecycle stages; notably appraisal, design, commissioning, operation and maintenance. Apply FMECA principles to assets that span mechanical, electrical, instrumentation control and automation (MEICA), process, and civil engineering disciplines.
If this job sounds of interest to you please apply or get in touch to discuss in further detail.
Candidates must be eligible to love and work I the UK to be considered for this position.