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Electronic / Instrumentation Engineer

  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Location: Cumbria
  • Sector: Electronics / HW Design
  • Date posted: 20/04/2018
  • Job reference: J379402A

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Job Title: E&I Craftsperson

Have you ever wondered what it takes to support the nuclear industry?

My Client is a FTSE-100 Defence & Engineering company and is currently recruiting within their nuclear division based in Sellafield, Cumbria and are interested in hearing from candidates with Electrical or Electronic repair & service experience.

You will be responsible for providing maintenance and service for a range of instruments and components while delivering a quick and effective service. While this position is within the nuclear sectors applications from all sectors are welcome as training can be provided.

Role Responsibilities

Key Result Areas:

  • Manage repair capability, ensuring compliance with all management system requirements
  • Maintain and repair instrumentation, air samplers, monitors and ancillary equipment within required timescales.
  • Complete and maintain relevant records accurately to comply with quality standards
  • Record use of all spares and consumables to ensure all items are accounted for
  • Prepare accurate quotations for repair work as necessary to facilitate decision making.
  • Maintain repair facilities in suitable state to enable efficient and safe operations.
  • Provide electrical/electronic repair and maintenance support to group operations to facilitate safe and efficient working.
  • Work with management team to Identify and implement efficiency initiatives and to minimise the cost base without effecting quality or delivery; focus on customer satisfaction.

Success Factors

  • Repair, maintain, calibrate and test instrumentation to ensure customer work demands are met
  • All records are clear, complete, accurate and meet internal Quality policy and audit requirements.
  • All spares accounted for and continued availability of all common parts, spares and stock maintained.
  • All quotations accurately prepared.
  • Safe working environment maintained; no significant issues raised on safety tours.
  • Electrical expertise provided as appropriate in the maintenance of the facilities and associated equipment.
  • Initiatives identified to reduce cost, improve efficiency and/or increase technical or commercial leverage; demonstrable customer focus.
  • All personal objectives and targets are demonstrably achieved; assistance given to other group/corporate requirements where required/appropriate.

Role Qualifications & Requirements

  • Ability to trouble shoot
  • Degree, HNC (or equivalent) in an electrical, electronic or engineering discipline.
  • Sound understanding of electronics and electrical safety regulations.

Radiometric instrument repair experience advantageous but not essential as all training will be provided on the job.

What can we offer you?

  • Excellent job security as demonstrated by our £20 billion order book
  • Life assurance
  • Flexible working hours
  • Share ownership scheme
  • Professional subscription support
  • Occupational Health services
  • Career opportunities and specialist advice and guidance from our award winning Investors in People Gold award Learning & Development teams.

This is an excellent opportunity to work for a market-leading organisation in an interesting workshop. For more information or to make an application please apply to this ad.

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