2021.03 Instrumentation Technician C2
25 Mar 2021
4 October 2021, 23:00:00
Competitive salary, Permanent position
Plymouth, South Devon, UK
Join the Tungsten West Limited (TWL) team working on the mine re-start through being an integral part of the team throughout the feasibility study, project re-build, commissioning/ramp-up and into production. Preference will be given to potential candidates who have gained Instrumentation and Electrical Maintenance experience in metalliferous mining or quarrying, Key in this role is the requirement to:
Work in a responsible and safe manner, always upholding the standards of best practice.
Comply with responsibilities as laid down in the Group’s Health, Safety & Environment Policy and as explained in Site Health and Safety rules/procedures.
At all times comply with company policies, procedures, and instructions.
Contribute to improving the business, protecting, and enhancing the reputation of the company, by putting forward new ideas and, when requested to do so, implementing change.
Adopt a practical approach to the work and the ability to effectively supervise site jobs.
Work in an organised and structured manner to meet deadlines and avoid mistakes.
Liaise with the broader TWL team and other relevant departments as required.
Assist the Tungsten West team with other relevant work as required.
More specifically the role will involve:
Working as part of the maintenance team
Perform planned preventative maintenance, compliance tasks and reactive works.
Stripping and assembly of equipment.
Test, Calibration and Inspection of equipment, recording of defects and deficiencies.
Service, test, diagnose and repair systems.
Reporting to the Department head with detailed reports.
Use provided test and monitoring equipment to maintain engineering systems to aid fault and repair.
Assisting and working with contractors and vendors to carry out specific tasks.
Write method statements, lifting plans and risk assessments.
Report issues with equipment or unsafe conditions
Clean up of mine site from hazardous or obsolete material.
Complete all assigned tasks in a timely and efficient manner.
Liaising with the Tungsten West team and other relevant departments as required.
Assisting the Tungsten West team with other relevant work as required.
Must have experience in the following areas:
Industrial control systems.
3 Phase motor control involving Relay Logic.
Instrumentation systems relating to flow, pressure, weight, density, ultrasonic & telemetry.
Test, Calibration and inspection.
PLC/SCADA control system.
NVQ Level 3 or equivalent in an Instrumentation discipline.
City & Guilds Electro technology.
Minimum of 5 years’ time served as a Qualified Instrumentation Technician.
18th Edition electrical regulations.
Confined space training.
Working at height.
Slinger and signalling.
Full Driving licence.
We are seeking candidates eligible to work in the UK, with a relevant degree or qualifications and a UK (or equivalent) car driving licence. The successful candidate will be happy working in a dynamic, hardworking environment and integrating with and assisting the broader project team. Candidates should be computer literate, physically fit and happy to work outdoors in all weather. Previous experience working in the mining industry is highly desirable.