Maintenance Mechanic (Shift)Oxfordshire, England
Our nuclear sector client based in the Oxon area have a permanent vacancy are for a MAINTENANCE MECHANIC (Shifts). The main purpose of this role is to provide a safe and efficient maintenance and breakdown service within an operational area and assigned shift over a shift cycle The successful Candidate will: Undertake preventative planned maintenance activities as directed and in accordance with facility maintenance instructions Undertake corrective works where identified, including assistance with internal projects as appropriate Respond to breakdowns and work with operations to ensure that maintenance and corrective works are completed safely and in a timely manner Undertake operations as an operator, which will involve operating computer controlled plant, mechanical assembly, keeping accurate records, mechanical and remote handling, and wearing a variety of protective clothing Assist with ongoing reviews of facility maintenance documentation Assist with the supervision of contractor activities within the facilities Use of Mainsaver to view and print work orders after appropriate training has been provided EDUCATION , QUALIFICATIONS and TRAINING Time served mechanical apprenticeship is essential Appropriate technical qualifications e.g. City and Guilds, BTEC, NVQ level 3 or equivalent Experience in a heavy industrial background is essential ESSENTIAL EXPERIENCE and KNOWLEDGE Experience of machine shop practices, pressure systems and general plant maintenance activities is essential Able to use protective clothing and equipment An awareness of safe working practices DESIRABLE EXPERIENCE and KNOWLEDGE Experience in other trades e.g. electrical Experience of general maintenance within a nuclear environment OTHER REQUIREMENTS Able to be a classified radiation worker in accordance with Ionising Radiation Regulations (if assigned to a qualifying area) Able to work to a shift rota (including nights)
Mechanical TechnicianCheshire, England
Mechanical Technician - Cheshire Starting salary between £27,639 and £30,709 depending on experience + £2,762 on call/split shift allowances. Total package between £30,401 - £33,47. It's an exciting time to join Tata Chemicals Europe……. Tata Chemicals Europe (TCE) is the UK's sole producer of sodium carbonate and sodium bicarbonate, as well as the market leading producer of salt. There are exciting times ahead for us as we embark on major investment across all our manufacturing sites in Cheshire to grow our business. This programme of investment and development at our Lostock site includes major infrastructure projects that will secure our position as a market leader in the production of Soda Ash. What's the role? Mechanical Maintenance Technician / Fitter - Northwich Hours of work: 7.30am to 3.30pm Monday to Friday We are seeking qualified Mechanical Maintenance Fitters, with experience ideally gained in a heavy industrial environment, to work as part of a small mechanical team on days who: * Maintain, overhaul and repair plant and equipment * Carry out statutory overhauls * Safely work alone and as part of a multi-disciplined team * Are comfortable with SAP CMMS systems to document Asset History * Deliver and Execute Planned Preventive Maintenance routines and inspections * Minimise downtime and Maximise production reliability. The plant is complex, ageing, highly integrated and operates continuously. Therefore our roles require good problem solving skills as well as technical ability. What kind of person are we looking for? Someone who: * Has a 'can do' attitude and strong a commitment to working safely, who understands that equipment availability is a priority for a 24 x7 manufacturing process. * Has completed an Apprenticeship to NVQ Level 3 /ONC standards in a relevant Mechanical discipline. * Has experience in lifting and slinging as well as oxy fuel burning skills. * Is competent in the use of all hand tools * Has experience in working with bucket elevators, band conveyors and drag link conveyors * Has experience in vessel work, opening up and preparation for pressure vessel inspections * Has experience with installation of pipework, rotating machinery, pack lines, centrifugal pumps and industrial sized fans. * Has the ability to understand and work from basic engineering drawings. What can you expect in return? Our people have always been at the centre of the company's success and in return for their hard work and commitment, we offer a generous benefits package including: * 37 days holidays per year (inclusive of Bank Holidays) * Excellent contributory Pension scheme * Life Insurance * One paid day off each year to volunteer for a good cause in the local community * Healthcare * Paid overtime * A range of other optional benefit schemes.
M&E TechnicianDocklands, London
M&E Technician - Based London Docklands Salary: Up to £33,752k per annum dependant on experience- inclusive of London Allowance. We are currently recruiting for an M&E Technician in our London, South East region. The role of M&E Technician is to deliver maintenance and repair works to M&E structures, plant and equipment to protect and enhance the reputation of the network as a valued national asset and the provision of customer service. Key accountabilities: Work safely ensuring the safety of others and contribute to safe working in all activities When required manage volunteers in the delivery of works to ensure they are completed safely and to the correct quality, whilst maintaining volunteer satisfaction and delivery to programme. Support for the delivery of a programme of M&E maintenance and repair works, by staff and assisted by contractors as required, to the ensure the waterway infrastructure is well maintained, whilst maximising customer satisfaction for e.g. repairs and maintenance to structures, automated locks, servicing and repairs to plant and equipment. This will also involve the monitoring of contractor activities when they are working as part of the team. Provide mechanical, electrical support and assist in the resolution of mechanical and electrical situations as they arise. Participate in a standby rota providing mechanical / Electrical response Working under supervision, produce recommendations to minor problems undertaking design where appropriate. Provide and support the delivery a first level of response for reactive works, at all times, to ensure the safety of customer and the availability of the network. Working to a planned timetable with support from the length inspection team survey, inspect, monitor and report on condition of M&E assets. Maintain appropriate data including recommending fitness for purpose. Input results of inspections into SAP via notifications. Supervise third party and contract works to delegated levels, providing feedback and reports to contract management team and the contractor monitoring health & safety and performance. Provide customer service through operation of the assets in a safe and timely manner and responding to customer enquiries to maximise customer satisfaction Qualifications and Attainments - Maths and English GCSE. City & Guilds level 3/NVQ3 or equivalent in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering or a related discipline - Full valid driving licence.