Position: Shift Team Leader – Engineering
Salary: £52.5k, 15% performance bonus, and excellent benefits package including healthcare, pension and share scheme
Hours: Full time, 40 hours per week. Rotating shift pattern that includes weekend and public holidays.
The Site: Our Client’s Energy Recovery Facility (ERF) processes about half the household waste in the South Downs area. That’s approximately 210,000 tonnes of waste per year. The facility converts waste unsuitable for recycling into over 19 megawatts of electrical energy – enough power to supply 25,000 homes The electricity produced is then supplied to the National Grid.
Our Client: Is the UK leader in Environmental Solutions. They offer services and expertise in waste, water and energy management helping to build a more sustainable future. As a global organisation, their work focuses on delivering simple but innovative solutions to preserving natural resources, reducing pollution and protecting our environment.
The Role: An exciting opportunity to join their fast-paced team at working on an Energy Recovery Facility.
This position is suited to an individual that is looking to develop their operational management skills within the industrial energy sector
Duties: Responsible for the safe and efficient operation of the Energy Recovery Facility, managing a shift team and day operations staff, ensuring compliance with all aspects of the site
Monitor plant from a central control room and operate plant and equipment, including mobile plant and refuse crane.
Supervise and deploy manpower as appropriate to ensure cost effective, safe and efficient operation of all activities on site within all operational procedures and also in emergency situations
Provide effective training and monitoring of shift staff to ensure personnel are competent to undertake their duties.
Provide effective administration and application of the Safety Rules and Health and Safety policies
Experience: Ability to lead an operations shift team to ensure adherence with procedures and effective utilisation of staff
An experienced Engineer/Technician ideally having completed a recognised Engineering Apprenticeship or equivalent training.
ONC or equivalent qualification in a relevant engineering discipline
An understanding of current environmental and health and safety issues
Knowledge of Regulatory requirements
Be aware of and work within the Company Environmental & quality systems.
Broad experience gained through shift working in a continuous process environment or process based industry
Lanesra and our client are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and are proud to be equal opportunity employers.
All applicants meeting the minimum criteria for the role will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, gender or gender expression, disability, race or ethnicity, religion or belief, sexual orientation, or veteran status.
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