Control and Instrumentation Engineer

  • Permanent
  • Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham
  • Posted: 25th January 2023
  • Salary: £45000.00 - £55000.00 per annum
  • Duration:
  • Reference: BBBH11013
  • Industry:
  • Location: Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham
  • Start Date: ASAP
  • Skills:

Working for this multi-billion-pound market leading company as a Control and Instrumentation Engineer means receiving a comprehensive benefits package that includes an annual bonus, up to 9% employer contribution pension, private health care and 28 days annual holidays as standard and offers a genuine opportunity for growth.

The company is one of the world’s leading chemical manufacturers, working for a company employing leading professionals within the sector, this permanent position as Control and Instrumentation Engineer has arisen and gives the chance to work for an organisation that has achieved and is forecasted to continue delivering ambitious growth over the next few years. The Control and Instrumentation Engineer role will be based at the site in Seal Sands.

The Control and Instrumentation Engineer will provide expertise to the site and ensure good practice is applied to the production asset base. Ensure the manufacturing plan is achieved through optimised changeover activities and a reliable asset base. They will drive improvements in equipment reliability by focusing on critical / repeat breakdowns and provide root cause analysis and encourage right first time repairs and support projects including site upgrades by providing technical expertise and liaising with external contractors.

Responsibilities of the Control and instrumentation Engineer:

  • Work with the E & I Group Leader to ensure key operational strategies are delivered within the electrical / instrument group.
  • Ensure site projects and maintenance functions follow best practice within the field.
  • Develop systems and procedures to monitor, maintain and optimize the performance of electrical / instrument equipment.
  • Provide technical support and training to the electrical / instrument maintenance team.
  • Improvement of the production asset uptime through a reduction in outages associated with electrical / instrument equipment.
  • Manage KPI’s:
    • Changeover plan performance for C&I related scope items.
    • Adherence to budget limits for C&I elements, including managing external contractor costings and on project execution.
    • Accidents, incidents and near misses. Provide input and feedback into any investigations

The successful Control and Instrumentation Engineer must be HND educated in a relevant discipline and have experience working in a similar role in the chemicals manufacturing sector. The successful applicant must have more than five years’ experience with above two years in a front-line operational role. Project Management experience would be advantageous.

Please apply directly for further information regarding this Control and Instrumentation Engineer role.

 
 

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