Are you a Process Technician looking to join a thriving manufacturing team?
Due to growth, my clients are looking for multiple Process Technicians to join their team. This is a fantastic opportunity to join the business and support the ongoing engineering development and maintenance across their site.
Undertake all required work activities ensuring that tasks are prioritised and completed in a timely way to ensure that the plants schedules are fully met.
Ensure that works are undertaken in accordance with safe methods of work, using standard operating procedures, correct PPE, and safety assessments, and help develop these safe methods of work where they do not exist.
Full understanding of the CBM operation and process and a good understanding of the DCS Control.
Support plant maintenance activities.
Update and maintain accurate records, including audits, inspections, maintenance records, calibration records, plant operations data, turnaround data, documents and drawings relating to the plant. Collating and logging all information appropriately as agreed.
Measure and record quantities/qualities of all materials produced (including slag, metal, APC residue, effluent, bed sand, other wastes, etc.) using inhouse laboratory techniques and equipment (including XRF, carbon analysis) and external test agents where necessary/cost effective.
Prepare additives for the process plant based on predicted requirements.
Contribute to the engineering design, development, and implementation of new and existing equipment, and comply with the needs of the change management process for the plant.
Participate in safety assessments and meetings (e.g. Hazop and risk assessments) relating to plant modifications, additions etc.
Use of the stock management system to ensure that key stocks and consumables are maintained at appropriate levels, reporting any stock shortage or equipment failures or other deficiencies in a timely manner to permit early resolution.
Actively seek and identify opportunities for improvement to plant operations and agree corrective actions with the Plant Manager.
Participate in activities, as required from time-to-time, that are not standard but assist in the development of the plant or the business.
Ability to work safely, and to ensure the safety of others, complying with all safety assessment requirements.
Ability to take a leading role in and champion plant safety, e.g. hazops, risk assessments, use of safety equipment, etc., and participate, where needed, in health and safety meetings.
Demonstrated ability to supervise successful and safe plant operations across all conditions, including reporting of trials.
Ability to work as part of a team and to work independently.
Work flexibly in terms of working patterns, location, and reporting lines, to ensure that the plant is adequately always manned, including being on call.
Work innovatively to provide solutions to challenges.
To organise, monitor and report the work activities of others.
To fully understand the operation and equipment of the CBM process.
To accurately report any records requested by the Plant Manager or Maintenance Manager.
Willingness to undertake training to ensure safe operation of equipment (e.g. forklift, compressed gases, CoSHH, etc.).
Ability to use mobile plant (especially forklifts).
Familiarity with process and laboratory environments.
25 days’ holiday per year (pro rata)
Life Assurance x 4 Salary
24 hours GP helpline and second opinion
Wellbeing support – including a 24/7 assistance programme for you and your nearest and dearest, a free subscription to mindfulness app
Employee online discount
Training and Development
If this role sounds of interest to you, apply to Georgej @RErecruitment .com today. George – 07825438129 / 01242 505400
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