List Recruitment is seeking 4 Maintenance/Reliability Engineers (2 x Mechanical, 2 x E&I) for long term contract roles based at a prestigious client near Immingham, North East Lincolnshire. The contracts are expected to be offered until the end of 2023. Working 37.5 hours per week, with overtime available during shutdown periods.
Ensures that Preventative Maintenance and development of improvement changes to equipment are specified and implemented in accordance with company standards and objectives on HSE, quality, reliability and cost. Development and delivery of the medium and long-term plans to achieve Reliability objectives.
Actively promotes safety and reliability initiatives by ensuring compliance with requirements and procedures.
Support the Reliability and Process Safety Roadmap by being a key actor on SIL / RCA / FMECA / MTBF / Preventative Maintenance plans, define and implement relevant actions.
Participates/assists in Root Cause Analyses and Accident/Incident report investigations, organise and follow up on agreed corrective actions and preventative activities.
Implement the long-term strategy for the maintenance of critical equipment. Create and update Preventative work instructions, verify the scheduling of the different Inspection, Testing and Preventive Maintenance tasks required to manage integrity.
Lead development of reliability and safety focused maintenance plans for equipment at the system level and ensure their effective implementation.
Review and manage Maintenance store stock spares holding for critical equipment.
Participates in the MOC Pre-Concept design work scope preparation and implementation to ensure asset lifecycle and long-term process unit reliability.
Participates in the Shutdown work scope preparation and implementation to ensure asset lifecycle and long-term process unit reliability.
Maintenance in a continuous production environment where high levels of safety, plant reliability, availability and utilisation are paramount. Co-operation with all Business units in the organisation and the direct support teams, ensuring that plant reliability is high in order to maximise operating results, conducting activities in a safe and cost-effective manner.
Qualification / Experience required
You will ideally be degree qualified or, as a minimum, possess an HNC/HND in relevant engineering discipline and technical competence demonstrated through experience.
A working knowledge of IEC 61511 and DESEAR regulations would be an advantage.
Strong background (5yrs+) in relevant engineering discipline.
By applying for this role your details will be submitted to List Recruitment.