Mid Level
INEOS Acetyls

Salary: Competitive

Closing Date: Tuesday, 28 February 2023

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LOCATION: Salt End (Hull), United Kingdom

The INEOS Acetyls UK site at Hull is top tier COMAH registered, and the job holder has a key role in ensuring the plant is operated safely to meet the company’s and the regulator’s expectations with safety performance and operational integrity.

Competency assurance of the manufacturing personnel is critical to ensure that the Hull assets can be operated safely and reliably.

Reliable and efficient plant operation are key measures of asset performance that need to be achieved to ensure business requirements are met.

The post holder will provide a day-based engineering support service to the Acetyls assets at the INEOS Hull site. They will be required to work with minimal supervision as part of a team of operations, instrument, electrical and mechanical personnel and have the ability to maximise the reliability and availability of the INEOS assets and ensure SHE targets are met. This requires the application of practical and organisational skills to resolve maintenance issues.

Key Accountabilities

Uphold the “INEOS 20 BEHAVIOURAL & PROCESS SAFETY PRINCIPLES” & “Life Saving Rules” in all activities undertaken.

Technician Accountability

To undertake the day-to-day instrument technician core role activities including breakdown and preventative maintenance, repair, and installation of Instrument equipment:

  • Interact with the maintenance coordination team, discipline engineers and operations technicians to be advised of, and understand daily plant issues. Have the ability to act on these and deliver solutions
  • Work with permit signatories daily to discuss and prepare permit requests, method statements and risk assessments
  • Regularly liaise with other trade disciplines and the supervisors for scaffolding and lagging when they are required to support specific jobs
  • This often necessitates coordination of their work and permit requirements
  • Become conversant within the INEOS permit system
  • Carry out enabling isolations on the sites Instrument systems
  • Fault finding following equipment failure, identifying problems and then have the ability to resolve these within a specified timescale whilst minimising costs. This may include organising spares, labour, and third-party interaction upfront to minimise downtime

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