Minimum requirements are the completion of an accredited formal instrumentation apprenticeship, followed by 10 years post apprenticeship experience of instrumentation maintenance within engineering environments such as the power, petrochemical, steel, oil and gas industries.
Supplemented by the following:
Operating Sites: Currently 3 Industrial Gases production locations,
People supported: Currently around approx. 120 persons, plant and office based.
POSITION SUMMARY (PURPOSE)
The job holder will provide front line maintenance leadership and maintenance related technical support for the facility and act as the primary contact for instrumentation maintenance related issues.
This will require working closely with the facility Maintenance Manager, Technical support groups, Plant Management, facility maintenance team and contractors, with a focus on helping to establish and implement robust maintenance programmes and strategies that will result in improving equipment integrity and plant reliability at the lowest sustainable cost to company, consistent with the facility’s asset management plan.
Helping ensure the instrumentation aspects of planned and un-planned (emergency) plant shutdowns are executed safely, efficiently, within budget, on schedule and according to company procedures.
Responsible for ensuring the day to day instrumentation maintenance of the facility is completed according to the appropriate company systems and procedures, to maximize the facility reliability, whilst ensuring the compliance with the company maintenance program and the plant maintenance budget.
Responsible for the site based instrumentation maintenance personnel, including joint responsibility for their personal development and mentoring, as well as effective utilisation of their skills and workmanship.