Technical Authority - Electrical

Job Title: Technical Authority - Electrical
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Norwich, England
Salary: Daily Rate
Start Date: 2019-06-16
Reference: BH-110189
Contact Name: Matthew Duane
Contact Email:
Job Published: June 17, 2019 16:48

Job Description

Job Title: Technical Authority - Electrical
Contract: 12 Month Renewable
Location: Norfolk

Key responsibilities include:

• Discipline owner of performance standards, maintenance strategies and Written Scheme of Examination

• Discipline owner for maintenance routines (PMTs / PMRs)

• Assurance of, and, where required, approval of technical modifications to Performance Standards, Maintenance Routines and Written Scheme of Examination

• Discipline focal point for regulators and external agencies

• Discipline focal point for technical risk identification and advice to Operations Management

• Technical approval for Project SORs, Project PeMOCs and operational PeMOC

• Technical input to risk assessments (from HAZOPs, TRMs, ORAs, etc)

• Technical incident investigation

• Promote discipline ‘best practice’ through networking groups / forums

• Develop and assess relevant discipline competency framework and training requirements

• Assist with discipline recruitment at all levels

• Act as technical mentor for engineers, technicians, graduates and students

• Carry out technical elements of competency reviews for discipline engineering personnel

• Discipline owner of PUK standards and policies

• Conduct periodic reviews of SNS standards and policies to ensure compliance

• Ensure correct application of relevant SNS and industry standards, policies and practices

• Approve technical deviations from SNS standards and policies (with appropriate RA)

• Carry out technical oversight and assurance of discipline related activities as mandated by assurance processes. Typically this will include:-

o Site Assurance Surveys

o Leadership Field Assessments

o Local Investigations

o Work-order/ Repair Order completion sample reviews

o Management of Change Audits

Safety Critical Tasks

There are a number of Safety Critical Tasks that you will be made aware of and systems you will be required to competently operate


• Chartered Engineer in good standing with the Institute controlling the TA discipline, or demonstrably working towards chartership.

• A higher Degree in a directly related discipline.

• A minimum of 10 years’ experience in a directly comparable technical environment.