Electrical, Control & Instrument (EC&I) Technician (3 roles).
Rookery South Energy Recover Facility, near Stewartby in Bedfordshire.
Reporting directly to the Electrical, Control & Instrument Maintenance (EC&I) Team Leader, the EC&I Maintenance Technician will carry out routine, non-routine maintenance and breakdown repair activities safely, efficiently and in line with Covanta procedures, whilst ensuring the facility is operationally compliant with the environment permit.
The EC&I Maintenance Technician is responsible for delivering the engineering health, integrity, performance and commercial availability of the plant in a safe, efficient manner and to complying with all legislation, regulations and policies.
The role of Electrical, Control & Instrument (EC&I) Technician:
The EC&I Technician will be responsible for providing suitable supervision to any contracts working for them. Including review and approval of any competency requirements, method statements and risk assessments, quality of workmanship and work reports.
The preferred levels of education are a Higher National Diploma or National Vocational Qualification Level 4 or 3 in a technical or science subject, although relevant other qualifications with energy recovery or large process plant experience will be considered for the role.
A recognised Electrical, Control or Instrument Engineering apprenticeship is desirable.
Other skills & abilities:
A highly competitive facility level compensation program will be provided to the successful candidate including base salary, performance-based incentive bonus, and additional facility level benefits.