Overview

Job Title: Site based Bioresource Maintenance Technician

Circa £47,000 depending on experience, (this includes 15% shift allowance) + Overtime is available

Full time, 40.25 hours a week across 7 day working pattern, 12-hour day shifts  

Permanent  

Cambridge

 As a valued employee, you’ll be entitled to the following benefits: 

  • Personal private healthcare 

  • Virtual and telephone GP service for your household 

  • Life and personal accident cover 

  • Employee Assistance Programme, helpline for you and your immediate family providing advice, information, counselling and support 

  • Yearly bonus scheme 

  • Competitive pension scheme – we double-match your contributions, up to 6% 

  • Flexible benefits to support your wellbeing and lifestyle including discounts on high street purchases, leisure activities and everyday essentials 

  • 25 days annual leave – rising with length of service and the ability to buy/sell additional leave 

What will you be doing?

Reporting to the Bioresources Operations Manager, as part of a site maintenance team you will be responsible for diagnosing, repairing and rectifying faults, as well as completing planned preventative maintenance and condition-based proactive maintenance. This includes; Mechanical, Electrical and Instrumentation work across all Water Recycling Bioresources assets on site.

Your role will support operational teams and enable the safe operation of Bioresources and Water Recycling assets. This is crucial to our mission of protecting the environment we serve through wastewater treatment and producing renewable energy and high-quality bioresource products, which support Circular Economy, Sustainability, and Net Zero goals.

What does it take to be a Bioresources Maintenance Technician? 

  • Possess either an industrial electrical or mechanical apprenticeship    

  • NVQ level 2 or 3 or equivalent (electrical or engineering maintenance) as well as one of the below:   

  • ONC/OND in electrical engineering   

  • BTEC/BEC/ TEC /national certificate/ diploma in an electrical subject 

  • City and Guilds Parts 1 &2 in electrical engineering or equivalent 

  • Experience in an industrial environment is desirable not essential, along with a good working knowledge of industrial mechanical control systems, telemetry systems, pumps, gearboxes, general mechanical plant and equipment. 

  • Full UK driving license   

Inclusion at Anglian Water:   

  

We welcome everyone! As an equal opportunity employer, we consider all qualified applicants, no matter their gender identity, ethnicity, nationality, religion, age, sexual orientation, disability, or any other protected characteristic. We hire and nurture based on merit and a shared passion for making positive impacts. Our commitment is to foster an inclusive environment where everyone feels they belong & can use every drop of their potential   

Closing date: 12/07/2024

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