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MEICA Engineer x 2

Employer
Natural Resources Wales
Location
South Wales
Salary
1 post Flexible within South Wales, 1 in Rhuddlan
Closing date
30 Jun 2022
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Job Details

Benefits: Civil Service pension, 28 days annual leave, rising to 33 days over 5 years, flexible working options, occupational health including counselling and advisory services and eye care, tax free childcare and salary sacrifice schemes. 

Role Purpose: To assist in the delivery, of the various MEICA asset management maintenance programmes and enable effective management of the contract workforce within Wales. Providing specialist advice and direction on projects across directorates relating to critical and high risk electrical and mechanical assets. To enable delivery of our commitment to Sustainable Management of Natural Resources. Qualifications and Skills 

  1. Required to be a time served engineer qualified to HND level or equivalent, in a relevant MEICA engineering discipline working towards incorporated engineer status. Also, qualified in a recognised health and safety certificate (IOSH). You will be able to demonstrate a wide range of engineering experience in a multidiscipline MEICA engineering environment and have a working knowledge of industrial control systems, motor starters, PLC’s, HMI’s pumps, automated sluice gates and associated PLC’s, SCADA, CCTV systems etc.   It is desirable for candidates to have experience of managing high risk work such as contractor management, confined space work, working next to water etc. You should have good IT skills and be familiar with: MS Office Suite, computerised maintenance management systems and AutoCAD (Computer Aided Design) systems. Be familiar with the requirements of managing health and safety for MEICA works. A full UK driving licence.

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Company

Natural Resources Wales is the largest Welsh Government Sponsored Body - employing 1,900 staff across Wales with a budget of £180 million. We were formed in April 2013, largely taking over the functions of the Countryside Council for Wales, Forestry Commission Wales and the Environment Agency in Wales, as well as certain Welsh Government functions.

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