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Asset Performance Monitoring Engineer

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Date: 10-Jun-2021

Location: Nottingham, United Kingdom

Company: Uniper

 

 

Uniper is looking to grow its asset performance monitoring team, with experienced and adaptive problem solvers who want to drive operational excellence for our customers. By analysing operational data and communicating your recommendations to resolve issues, you will support engineering teams to improve their plant efficiency, flexibility and reliability to get the most value from their assets.

 

 

What we offer
At Uniper, we believe in rewarding our employees for their hard work. We offer competitive salaries, company pensions and performance related benefits. Our people can also take advantage of our extensive flexible benefits package with discounts on high street vouchers, health and dental care, holidays and more.

 

 

How we work
Our people are key to our success. Our core objective is to provide them with a supportive and entrepreneurial work environment that fosters collaboration. This allows our people to take responsibility and make optimal use of their skills. Together, we want to shape the future of energy.

 

 

What we are looking for

Working for our Asset Performance Monitoring services you will:

  • Work alongside performance, condition, maintenance and risk experts, to monitor, investigate, and recommend appropriate actions for site teams to take to resolve plant performance issues.
  • Have close contact with operations and engineering teams at asset locations on an ongoing basis to ensure they are getting value from the service.
  • Work with new customers, identify their problems and onboard them to our monitoring systems quickly and effectively.
  • Work across multiple technologies, and serve customers across multiple countries around the world.
  • Know when to and seek specialist support from the wider Uniper Technologies departments to support with client problems, promoting extra consultancy work as appropriate.
  • Support colleagues in developing the products and service to drive improvements in areas such as: Quality assurance, best practice guidelines and product development.
  • Take the lead on consultancy projects as required.
  • Support the technical development of other monitoring staff.
  • Be willing to occasionally work outside of UK office hours to support customers in other time zones.

 

 

Who we are seeking

Essential

  • A detailed understanding of the operations of coal plant.
  • High level of diligence.
  • Self-starter and take ownership and accountability for ensuring customer satisfaction.
  • A proven ability to identify and analyse situations by isolating key issues, evaluating relevant data and drawing appropriate conclusions.
  • Able to communicate findings and recommendations effectively and concisely.
  • Able to deal with activities for which there is no set precedent.
  • Commercially aware & understands the environment in which they operate.
  • Required to work flexibly and take on additional activities within capability and competence.
  • Have a strong commitment to your own development and be willing to train and coach others, sharing your experience and expertise.
  • Tenacity and determination.
  • A belief in the possibilities of what can be achieved with digital technology.

 

Desirable:

  • Strong understanding of thermodynamics.
  • A broad knowledge and experience of maintenance processes and activities.
  • A detailed understanding of the operations of gas/renewables plant.

 

 

Contact

If you have any questions about this role, please contact the Talent Acquisition Manager: James.Seymour@Uniper.Energy  

 Please note that applications sent by email will not be taken into consideration due to our data protection policy.

 

 

Job information

Contract type: Unlimited  
Working Hours:     Full time,  
Start Date:
Deadline: 25/06/2021
Salary: Competitve Salary + Excellent Pension and flexible benefits

 

 

    

Uniper is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from appropriately qualified and suitable candidates regardless of gender, origin, disability, age, religion, worldview, sexual identity or family status. We promote diversity, equality and flexible working.