We are currently seeking two experienced Process Operators to deliver a high level of service to CPI and Tata Steel’s clientele through the consistent and reliable operation of laboratory and demonstration scale process plant equipment. The successful candidates will have a minimum of four GCSE passes, including maths and science as well as an ‘A’ level or NVQ equivalent in a relevant engineering discipline. Practical experience in the operation of pilot or full scale process plant equipment is also required.
The jobholders will support the Operations Manager in the delivery of pilot plant operations and associated projects and will have the necessary skills and experience to:
•Act on own initiative and respond appropriately to events which may arise during experimental programmes to ensure the desired outcome is achieved.
•Identify corrective actions required to maintain plant operating and safety regimes during the progress of experimental activities.
•Identify improvements, changes and developments to the facilities to maintain and improve performance
The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) is a technology innovation centre working in the Sustainable Processing and Printable Electronics industries. The centre uses market knowledge and technology understanding to develop and prototype products and processes quickly and efficiently with minimal risk to its public and private sector partners. The Thermal Technologies Centre is collaboration between Tata Steel Europe and CPI. The Centre delivers thermal technology expertise into the UK manufacturing sector. The successful candidates will be employed by CPI and seconded into an existing Tata Steel operating team.
The successful person will receive a generous benefits package including: Pension, Company Sick Pay, Life Assurance, Accident Insurance, and enhanced holiday entitlement.
How to Apply
A job description is available upon request. If you have the required skills and experience for this position please send your CV to email@example.com. The closing date is noon on 11 May 2012. Please note only successful candidates will be contacted.
Please note that all short listed candidates will be expected to demonstrate at the time of interview their legal right to live and work in the UK by presentation of appropriate original documents. General guidance can be found at the UK Border Agency’s website: www.bia.homeoffice.gov.uk