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Site Support Engineer - Stirling & Falkirk

Date Posted: Monday 17 January 2022

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Site Support Engineer

Grangemouth

Permanent

Nine Twenty Engineering & Manufacturing are delighted to be partnering with Biomar for the next stage to their Engineering plans with the recruitment of a Site Support Engineer to join their expanding Engineering Team.

As the Site Support Engineer you will be responsible for assisting the planned, preventative and reactive maintenance on plant machinery, site & engineering assets. You will learn and understand the MES system, electronics control systems and PLC’s ensuring asset care to the system whilst delivery of system growth. You will carry out site facilities tasks and repairs ensuring improvements to the building & infrastructure is safely maintained. You will assist in the development of the CMMS system whilst supporting the Engineering Planner.

 

What’s in it for you?

  • Opportunity to work with an innovative, growing, worldwide organisation
  • Training opportunities 
  • Excellent package
  • Onsite parking
  • Working Hours – 37.5 hours per week Mon-Fri  

The Role:

  • You will be responsible for the delivery of Planned, Preventative & Reactive Maintenance across the site including electronic operating systems, instrumentation and facilities.
  • You will ensure continuous & safe operation of plant equipment and electronics systems (Rockwell/SCADA)
  • You will find root cause analysis to machinery failures in conjunction with the Engineering Planner
  • You will maintain documentation, update reports and inventory records, operational change and development
  • You will implement ‘best practice’ within the maintenance department
  • You will ensure all site facilities works are carried out where possible
  • You will share knowledge and training of new operating systems & processes

Skills required:

  • You will be a Time Served Electrical Engineer OR have a HNC or HND in Electrical Engineering
  • You will have experience working within a Manufacturing environment with strong technical competence and process equipment knowledge
  • You will have diagnostic fault-finding experience with strong working knowledge of electronic/electrical maintenance practices
  • You will have working with electrical/electronic systems – knowledge of instrumentation & automation would be an advantage
  • You will have the autonomy to work on your initiative whilst being able to make decisions without direct supervision
  • You will have strong understanding & knowledge of best practice maintenance processes
  • You will bring excellent communication skills
  • You will be self-motivated with a drive & passion for innovation

 

Interested? Please apply directly or contact Caroline Strachan for more info cstrachan@weareninetwenty.com