The primary role for the Technician is to ensure
all equipment associated with the sewage treatment works are running safely and
The role comes with a competitive salary, van,
tools, PPE as well as a generous benefits package (which includes 26 days'
holiday plus bank holidays and an excellent pension scheme which allows up-to
18% of employee / employer contributions.)
- Inspect, maintain, test or repair
SCADA and associated PLCs, instrumentation, control and automation
- Follow robust maintenance plans as
well as getting involved in minor installation projects, electrical fault
finding and emergency breakdown repairs.
- Install, modify and commission new
plant equipment to relevant standards and to diagnose and repair faults on
systems and plants.
- Identify and report follow on work or
areas for improvement and deliver cost effective development to assets and
- Carry out instrumentation, control and
automation maintenance on a variety of wastewater assets including planned
maintenance and defect maintenance.
- Liaise with and supervise contractors
and suppliers where necessary.
- Investigation into plant failures and
the implementation of repairs quickly and efficiently to avoid
interruptions to the process.
- Conduct risk assessments and create
appropriate method statements.
- Provide specialist technical advice
with up to date technical knowledge.
- Provide training support for technical
trainees and support project development.
- Qualified to HNC level in an electrical
- A good practical understanding of
operational plant and control systems is essential.
- Have an understanding of Wonderware,
ClearSCADA, relay logic and PLCs which will include management and
- Ability to read and fault find from circuit
diagrams as well as previous experience of inverter drives.
- Physical fitness with the ability to
work in confined spaces.
- Have a full driving licence as it will
be necessary to travel between sites.
- Flexibility to work on an out of
hours' rota when necessary.