|Job Ref:||204692801||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Wakefield||Address:||Post Code:||WF2||Salary:||£27000 - £32000/annum||Post Date:||19/10/2016 02:14|
My client in Wakefield is looking to recruit an Electrician |
RESPONSIBLE TO: Works Engineering Manager
To provide an electrically based back-up service to production management/Works Engineering Manager to enable them to perform their duties by keeping all plant and equipment in a good state of repair.
Hours of work include alternate weekly morning/afternoons shifts - 6am-2pm/1pm-10pm plus every other weekend 6am-12pm both days.
£12.80 plus overtime rates apply.
To carry out safe, effective, efficient electrical maintenance work on plant and equipment as necessary to ensure optimum availability of production lines.
HEALTH AND SAFETY
To ensure all electrical maintenance work carried out is performed in line with the company safety policy, safe working practices or procedures and in such a manner as to minimise any possibility of injury to themselves or anyone else who may be in close proximity to their place of work.
To ensure that safety is paramount in all work undertaken within the company and all test equipment, etc is used correctly and for the purpose intended.
To ensure plant and equipment is left, as far as is practicable, in a safe working order after the completion of any electrical maintenance.
To be classed as a company "competent person" in the provision of electrical isolation to plant and equipment as requested.
PRODUCTION OUTPUT & DELIVERY
To ensure as far as is practicable that production output does not suffer through lack of electrical maintenance to plant and equipment.
To co-operate as required with both production/engineering departments and provide electrical assistance as is deemed necessary in new project work.
To assist with the installation/routine maintenance of works electrical services as is deemed appropriate.
CONTROL OF COSTS
To inform production/engineering management of any potential electrical or other problems associated with plant and equipment to allow them to make decisions regarding safety, availability of spares and decide on the best course of action to minimise any "lost" production time