Technical Support Engineer
£33k + Benefits
What you can expect
As a Technical Support Engineer, you will carry out continuous energy improvement activities while maintaining safety and efficiency of the plant.
o You will ensure compliance with the company and regulatory requirements, as well as provide day to day support to Facilities and Energy team.
o You will also identify areas of opportunity for increased safety and efficiency of the Facilities and Energy department and will lead or work on projects in support of this.
o In addition, you will set up, maintain and co-ordinate EHS & Quality management systems for the department.
o Also, you will provide technical assistance when troubleshooting plant problems e.g., on-plant investigations and interrogation of systems.
o You will carry out internal audits / inspections of work systems in use, make necessary improvements and recommendations based on the results of such inspections.
o You are also responsible for ensuring that departmental process safety studies, procedures and KPI’s are in place, with actions identified and progressed, to meet company standards.
o Finally, you will deputize for Plant/Shift Managers/Supervisors as required and support in the management of their teams, including coaching and training of shift teams in systems implemented.
What we expect
o You are degree qualified in Engineering/Science or a related subject.
o You have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in the Chemical, Energy or related industry.
o You also have experience and understanding in a broad range of energy and related topics.
o You are IT Literate in MS Office or equivalent (especially Excel).
Responsibility from day one in a challenging work environment and “on-the-job” training as part of a committed team.
Competitive compensation including attractive benefits as well as excellent career opportunities in an international company.
Remuneration is paid in twelve equal monthly instalments direct to your bank account on the 25th of each month
Basic salaries are reviewed annually usually in April.
The Company operates a remuneration package which includes Variable Pay.
The Target Variable Pay amount is set each year for each job grade and is communicated on an annual basis. The variable pay year runs from 1 January to 31 December. The actual variable pay is linked to Company and Employee performance and is normally paid as part of the April payroll, in the year following the variable pay year.
Overtime, if applicable, will be paid on the basis set out in the Overtime Policy.
Hours of Work
37 hours per week.
Standard office hours of work are Monday-Thursday 08.45-17.15, Friday 08.45-16.45 which includes an unpaid lunch break of 1 hour per day.
Standard Non-Office hours of work are Monday-Thursday 8.00-16.30, Friday 8.00-16.00 which includes an unpaid lunch break of 1 hour per day.
Annual paid holiday entitlement is 25 days plus the 8 UK official Bank Holidays provided you have completed a year’s service. The holiday year runs from 1 January to 31 December.
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