Plant Operator

Job Title: Plant Operator
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Surrey, Surrey
Salary: Negotiable
Reference: RRPO_1479978939
Contact Name: Rebekah Robinson
Contact Email:
Job Published: November 24, 2016 09:15

Job Description

Our client one of UK's leading organic waste management operators are looking to hire a highly skilled AD Plant Operative. This position located in Chertsey pays a competitive salary of £24,000-£26,000+ per annum plus an impressive benefits package. This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and dedicated individual with an interest in a hands-on operational job involving primarily operating mobile plant machinery with some maintenance as well to join this green energy start-up with high-profile investors and an exciting future.

As a Plant Operator you will have a hands-on role operating machinery on the site, managing feedstock (organic waste) throughput throughout the process alongside assisting in plant maintenance, general upkeep and repairs.

AD Plant Operative duties and responsibilities:
* Flexible, positive and proactive attitude to your work.
* Strong team player.
* Experience of driving mobile plant.
* Experience of operating mobile plant machinery such as a telehandler or loading shovel.
* Mechanical or electrical engineering experience or qualifications highly desirable.
* Maintaining relevant on-site Health, Safety, Quality and Environmental standards and records.
* Competently operate the OAS Scada monitoring system, Weightron weighbridge and food de-packaging machinery (Hammermill).
* Maintenance and managing the systems to control the plant and maximise the biogas yields of the digesters and electricity produced by the engines.

AD Plant Operative desired experience:
* Operate mobile plant equipment particularly telehandlers and forklift.
* Promoting good working practices and positive relations between staff, the local community and external regulatory bodies.
* Recycling/Waste Management background desirable.
* Assist/supervise plant maintenance work and inspections to improve reliability.
* Participate in the development of risk assessments and method statements for the plant
* Track and report plant performance information.
* Ensure plant quality compliance by addressing all potential contamination issues.
* The successful candidate will be required to work in all areas of the operation assisting their colleagues where necessary.

For more information about this role please contact our London office