Job Title: Electrical / Electronics Technician
Salary Scale: £27,000-£32,000 – Option for over time
Responsible To: Leading Hand (Electrical/Electronic)
The Electrical Technician is responsible to the Leading Hand (Electrical/Electronic) for undertaking safe and efficient planned maintenance and defect rectification on all electrical/ electronic systems and equipment aboard the ferries and in the shore infrastructure.
Duties and Responsibilities to include:
Complete planned maintenance and defect rectification of all main switchboard components, including breakers, meters and associated switchgear
Complete planned maintenance and defect rectification activity of electrical systems within the shore infrastructure
Ensure that the electrical workshop and all tools and equipment associated with this postholder’s tasks / under their control are kept in a safe and clean condition.
General maintenance, diagnosis and repair of faults, using standard test equipment
Requisition of all electrical/electronic spares, through the storekeeper, required for planned and breakdown maintenance
Cover a range of Leading Hand (Electrical/Electronic) Technician responsibilities when they are absent due to annual leave or sickness.
Experience & Qualifications required:
Minimum of C&G Electrical Levels 1, 2 & 3 or equivalent experience
Marine electrical experience is desirable
Must hold atleast two years experience, post completion of training of working in an industrial or marine maintenance/repair environment
A thorough working knowledge of electrical workshop machinery and safety precautions
Thorough understanding of the interpretation of electrical drawings
Must have experience understanding planned and corrective maintenance of electrical and electronic systems associated with electronic systems associated with power general and distribution
Very generous pension scheme – currently 20% employer contribution
24 days annual leave plus bank holidays
Generous maternity and paternity allowance
Cycle to work scheme
Full uniform and PPE provided