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Electrical and Instrument Reliability Engineer

Job Title: Electrical and Instrument Reliability Engineer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Yorkshire, England
Industry:
Salary: £45 - £50 per hour
Start Date: 2019-05-30
Reference: BH-107940-1
Contact Name: Clarke Woollam
Contact Email: clarke.woollam@nesgt.com
Job Published: May 31, 2019 10:40

Job Description

Electrical and Instrument Reliability Engineer


NES Global Talent are currently working with a global chemical manufacturing company who are looking to engage with an experienced E & I Reliability Engineer to work on a contract basis located in Humberside.

You will working as part of a multi-discipline team to carry out unit reliability studies, making continuous improvement recommendations for asset capability, safety, and operability. 

Job Duties

Responsibilities for the role include;

If you are interested in this role please contact me on 0161 942 212

  • Carry out desk top risk-based maintenance studies on critical electrical and instrumented equipment, benchmarking current practices against company/industry best practice, making recommendations for gap closure
  • Responsible for completing gap closure recommendations - focusing on assigned priorities.
  • Develop accurate scope of work / specification for work.
  • Use SAP to update preventative maintenance routines, bills of materials, maintenance task lists.
  • Ensure equipment design changes align with the engineering standards, practices and management of change systems while evaluating the impact on reliability.
  • Work closely with maintenance, planners, and operations on equipment reliability issues and failure trends to improve existing asset strategies
  • Conduct reliability analysis to predict remaining equipment service life and make recommendations for obsoleted equipment change strategy
  • Work with field technicians to provide directions on oversee equipment troubleshooting.
Essential Experience:

  • 7 years of experience in electrical engineering, instrumentation and high voltage applications
  • Previous experience working in chemical or petrochemical industries. 
  • Experience working in maintenance, reliability, and project experience in process plants or refineries
  • A Bachelor’s degree in Electrical/Instrumentation Engineering
  • Registered as a Professional Engineer with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA)
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and SAP
If you are interested in this opportunity please contact Clarke Woollam on 0161 942 2121.