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Instrument Repair Craftsperson

  • Salary: Up to £33721 per annum
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Location: Sellafield, Cumbria
  • Sector: Electronics / HW Design
  • Date posted: 13/03/2018
  • Job reference: J379402A

Job Title: Instrument Repair Engineer

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

  • Degree, HNC (or equivalent) in an electrical, electronic or engineering discipline.
  • Good working knowledge of repairing and servicing instrumentation to component level.

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

What can we offer you?

  • Flexible working hours with minimal travel and early finish on a Friday.
  • Excellent job security as demonstrated by our £20 billion order book
  • Pension scheme with up to 8% employer contributions (variable)
  • 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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