(Electrical and Instrumentation) E & I Manager - Chemicals

Location
Norwich
Salary
GBP40000 - GBP60000 per annum + Bens
Posted
28 Dec 2012
Closes
04 Jan 2013
Ref
JJ 641232
Contact
Jivan Johal
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an experienced Electrical & Instrumentation Manager to join a leading chemical manufacturer. Based in Norfolk, my client produce speciality chemicals for the global market. With new investment and plans to increase its product portfolio, there has never been a better time to join this forward thinking organisation.

As an Electrical & Instrumentation Manager, you will oversee the implementation and commissioning of plant instrumentation. Duties include:

Day to day management and leadership of a team responsible for the design, implementation and commissioning of a wide range of electrical, instrumentation and control projects and improvements.
Acting as the designated site "Responsible Engineer" under the Electricity at Work regulations.
Ensuring compliance of all electrical work undertaken on site with the legislative requirements of a top tier COMAH site.

For this role the successful candidate will have a strong background in the management of electrical projects within a plant/flammable atmosphere. Key skills/experience include:
Broad knowledge of electrical, instrumentation and control systems (including low voltage electrical systems and process instrumentation).
Experience and understanding of instrumentation suitable for explosive/flammable atmospheres.
At least an HNC (or equivalent) in a relevant subject with demonstrable experience in a chemical/production/plant environment.
Experience as a manager or team leader.
Ideally candidates will be of Chartered Engineer status.

In return for your services, my client will offer a starting salary between £40-60K per annum depending on skills and experience. Overall package consists of pension scheme and health care.
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