EfW Maintenance Engineer - Mechanical

Contract type
Working Pattern
Full time
Location based
St Austell
Hours per week
Dates that interviews will take place
W/C 13th December 2021
£27,613 - £32,391 + Bonus + Benefits.
Summary of vacancy

Are you a Maintenance Technician / Engineer with an Mechanical bias, but with Electrical and Instrumentation experience?

Have you worked in a production engineering / plant environment, with experience of process control and measurement equipment?

With innovation and new technology, we can create a greener future. But we can’t do it alone – which is why we need your help. Be part of a team that’s building new solutions for our planet.

About the role

What will I be doing?

  • We’ll look to you to provide planned and reactive maintenance for all mechanical areas of our plant. That means making sure plant installations and modifications meet the latest wiring standards and regulatory requirements.
  • At the same time, you’ll be a valued member of the team, supporting colleagues across different functions.
  • Our junior staff will look to you for guidance and supervision, as will contractors.
  • Please note that this role forms part of a 24-hour call-out rota, covering plant breakdowns outside normal working hours.

What are the requirements?

  • To join us in this key role, you’ll have previous experience with Industrial mechanical systems, but have some Electrical experience.
  • You’ll have learned about these areas through an Engineering Apprenticeship or similar and a previous maintenance engineering role, based in a process, steam raising or heavy engineering environment.
  • Thanks to this background, you’ll be qualified to at least City & Guilds/NVQ level 3.
  • The ability to use Computer Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS).
  • Familiarity with BS 7671: 2008 17th edition wiring regulations, Experience in DCS/SCADA systems, PLC Programming and Networks, C&G2394/5
  • Health & Safety qualification (e.g. IOSH) or equivalent would also be advantageous but if not training will be provided.

Who we are

SUEZ recycling and recovery UK is a forward-thinking company recognised as one of the top places in the UK to work. We are proud of the fantastic opportunities for personal growth and development we offer our people. As we continue to develop and grow, you can play an important part in the essential work we are doing to make businesses and communities more sustainable.

Working at SUEZ recycling and recovery UK is not like most jobs – it means striving to secure our planet’s resources and being part of the resource revolution. By joining us, you will help to safeguard the environment and the public through essential waste and water management services, contribute to the sustainable development of communities, businesses and regions, and promote the emerging low-carbon circular economy.

With a raft of benefits, family-friendly policies and excellent remuneration packages, there’s never been a better time to join SUEZ recycling and recovery UK. A friendly and supportive place that you will love to work in, we believe creativity, clear communication and our drive for excellence are the keys to our success. If you share our thinking – and have the qualities we’re looking for – you could play a big part in our dedicated team.

To find out more or apply, please complete the application form and attach your CV.

*No agencies please*

Closing Date
Once we have sufficient applicants we withhold the right to close job vacancies early.