|Job Title:||Process Controller|
|Salary:||£30000 - £33000 per annum|
|Contact Name:||Lizzy Gray|
|Job Published:||June 04, 2019 15:11|
- This role will involve controlling the day-to-day operation of the works processes, including but not limited to rapid gravity filters, ozonation, slow sand filters, disinfection and wash-water treatment. The successful candidate would be responsible for operating the works according to internal company requirements, a regulatory quality standard and to meet customer demand.
- In addition they would monitor processes through visual inspection, sample gathering and on-line monitor checking and then completion of log sheets and shift logs to regulatory auditable standards.
- Process fault-finding and suitable rectification by first fix, raising issues to maintenance or management as required. Supporting process needs of contractors completing work to improve process reliability.
- Communicating with London water control centre in a timely and appropriate manner, implementing their requests with due consideration for site capacity and performance.
- Responding to specific situations to ensure the relevant processes are brought under control or escalated to an event.
- This role has serious responsibility to ensure the effective and continuous operation of the works (24/7).
- You will possess the ability to work confidently and unsupervised on single man, 12-hour shifts, day or night. You will have a reasonable level of physical fitness as the job will involve movement around the site. A considerable portion of your time will be spent working in the control room.
- We are looking for someone with a good level of literacy: a minimum of GCSE Maths, English and ideally science subjects. As well as this you will have good computer skills with ability to use basic programs, such as Microsoft Word, Excel & Outlook.
- If you have experience of SCADA systems (including Wonderware & RTAP) with a good ability to navigate systems and use to fault find through trends analysis, this is preferable but not essential.
- Experience in a shift controller role, although full training will be provided, experience of the processes used at large water treatment works would be advantageous.
- You will be responsible for monitoring and optimising the process of the water treatment works to maintain output and water quality.
- With the members of your team you will be responsible for manning and controlling the works 24 hours a day, making key decisions on the process.
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