Sulzer Pumps US Inc. Site Services Engineer in Bromborough, United Kingdom
Rotating Equipment Services, a division of Sulzer Ltd, is the largest independent provider of repair and maintenance services for turbomachinery, generators, motors, and pumps. Our global network ensures high-quality local service and our highly collaborative work environment encourages every individual to contribute.
The engineer will be responsible for carrying out planned maintenance and electrical fault finding / breakdown repairs on a number of our client sites on access and egress equipment such as gates, barriers, turnstiles, rising bollards and intercom equipment. To produce the reports for the client and the office.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND TASKS
Attending on customer site premises and performing fault finding and testing of various security gates and barrier systems and also associated equipment including control panels, Motors, pumps and mechanical drives
Recommending maintenance actions to clients
Complete risk assessments prior to undertaking activities
Ensure you adhere to Health and Safety responsibilities at all times, including following all appropriate procedures and using the appropriate protective equipment
Ensure that risks and hazards in activities undertaken in the role are acknowledged and conducted in accordance with processes, procedure and measures in place to mitigate risks
Be familiar with environmental aspects of activities undertaken in the role and the procedures and processes underpinning
Any other duties commensurate with your skills, knowledge and experience
Be able to complete in writing every day, documentation that is relevant to our business such as Planning sheets, Inspection reports and Time sheets etc.
Working overtime to suit customer needs which may involve unsociable hours
Ensuring company policies and procedures are followed
Working to set procedures and ISO9001 targetsEnsure you adhere to Health and Safety responsibilities at all times, including following all appropriate procedures and using the appropriate protective equipment.
SKILLS, EXPERIENCE & KNOWLEDGE
Must have served a recognised electrical apprenticeship
Working knowledge of industrial equipment such as gates, barriers, turnstiles, rising bollards and intercom equipment
A time served industrial electrician preferably with experience of access equipment
Qualified to 17 th edition would be an advantage
Must have served a recognised apprenticeship in electro / mechanical engineering
Must be able to show qualifications (City & Guilds or NVQ)
To have 17 th edition IEE wiring regulations certificate would be advantageous
To have gained Health and Safety training
Time served industrial electrician with a minimum of 3 years’ experience post apprenticeship
Direct experience in industrial electrical fault finding
- barriers, access equipment, electrician, 17 th edition