We are always looking for dynamic individuals at CAW and regularly have vacancies available at our Head Office in Santry and across a number of our operating sites throughout the UK and Ireland.
We offer a great working environment, a very competitive reward package, plus comprehensive training and development to help you reach your full potential. Please see below a full list of our current vacancies available. If you would like to be included within our database please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org, whereby we will contact you should a suitable vacancy arise.
Aim and purpose of the role:
To provide expertise on all electrical and control (SCADA, PLC, instrumentation and communications) systems, and problem solving/fault finding of electrical systems & equipment throughout the site to secure the continuous operation of site.
Functional and Operational task:
Health and Safety:
Implement and promote best practice Health & Safety standards and practices
Ensure that all company safety procedures are correctly implemented e.g. isolation permits, excavation permits risk assessments etc.
Report all safety issues/concerns promptly to superiors
Familiarity with national wiring regulations and coordinating with the HSEQ manager on the implementation of best practice electrical safety policies
Problem Solving / Fault Finding:
Ensuring that all PLC programmes are maintained and secured to be safe and deliver efficient plant operation
Problem solving and fault finding with the SCADA distributed control system, PLC configuration and programming (Allen Bradley, Historian, DCS/SCADA Wonderware)
Problem solving and fault finding with MV/LV AC and LC DC switchgear and distribution systems.
Ensure that all electrical systems are maintained in good and safe condition
Management of preventative maintenance plan on electrical equipment and systems where possible, including thermography, instrument calibration etc.
Process/Equipment troubleshooting & failure analysis
Deliver innovative technical solutions to the plant
Liaise with process & production personnel in relation to their issues and concerns regarding plant operation and control
The position of Maintenance Electrician requires flexibility and availability as demanded by the needs of a continuous plant and process. You will be part of an on-call system providing electrical cover and as a result, after-hours and weekend interaction with the plant will be a routine aspect of the job.
You must be a good team player and be analytically minded in linking financial performance to operational efficiency.
As part of the engineering and maintenance team you will be required to be flexible and adaptable, to meet the varying needs of the business.
Must Have / desirable:
5 years relevant engineering experience in a heavy industrial environment
A National Craft Certificate in Electrical Engineering is essential - A Time Served Electrician
A Bachelor’s degree in electrical/automation engineering or Mechatronic Engineering would be a distinct advantage
Fault diagnosis & solving experience
PLC programming experience Allen Bradley
SCADA experience Historian, DCS/SCADA Wonderware
Communication experience, Ethernet, Controlnet, Devicenet, Profibus
VSD Drive programming & trouble shooting, ABB
MS – Office, Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and Project
Fluent in English
Strategic thinking and action
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The ideal candidate will be assigned by and report to the Finance Director on all matters of an accounting nature. Day-to-day coordination and supervision is through the Project Manager. The Quantity Surveyor is responsible for total project accounting, including cost accounting, account payable, payroll, owner billings, and subcontractor payment management. Previous experience working in a construction environment would be a distinct advantage.
The quantity surveyor is responsible to the Finance Director to ensure that company policies and procedures are followed (both accounting and operational matters the account may observe) and that the financial reporting of costs and projections are fairly stated and accurate. Additionally, the quantity surveyor is responsible to alert the Finance Director if the quantity surveyor feels that cost reports, cost projections or individual transactions, are not reasonable and/or should be reviewed by others in the Accounting department.
The quantity surveyor is responsible to the jobsite team, project manager & engineering manager to ensure that company policies and procedures are followed with respect to day-to-day accounting functions at the jobsite. Especially significant matters include the evaluation of and monitoring of subcontractor financial requirements related to the performance of their subcontract and monthly payment applications. Additionally, the quantity surveyor assists the project manager with the preparation of the monthly payment request to the client.
Main duties and responsibilities are to:
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We are currently recruiting for a Project Engineer to co-ordinate, execute and manage all aspects of on-site projects, tendering, detailed design and project management. We invite applications from persons with relevant experience, preferably in the water, wastewater or related process industries.
Should this position be of interest to you please forward your CV or alternatively call +353 1 4852375.
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