Lead Electrical Asset Engineer

A major infrastructure provider are seeking to recruit an Electrical Asset Engineer in Hampshire.This role presents an excellent opportunity for candidates with an engineering background or a recent graduate who is looking for a chance to gain or develop hands on experience in implementing improvement opportunities within a new team structure.The purpose of the roles is to drive improvement in the reliability of the business' assets through comprehensive data analysis, legislative compliance monitoring and proactive asset optimisation in collaboration with operations and maintenance teams.
The RoleReporting to the Asset Delivery Manager responsibilities will include:Promoting a proactive mechanical maintenance strategies informed by regular monitoring of asset performance, asset information review, asset surveillance and KPI trending.Assess the effectiveness of reliability and statutory maintenance activities, and develop new or improve current mechanical strategiesChampion legislative compliance in the following areas: PSSR, PUWER, LOLER, GSIUR; periodically review changes in legislation including new legislation applicable to mechanical assets.Appraise the root cause of mechanical asset failures, analyse the repair frequency of asset specific corrective or reactive maintenance activities and articulate improvement plans.Analyse the impact of obsolescence on spares availability as well as the impact of stock inventory / procurement lead time on maintenance planning and articulate improvement plans.Adopt FMECA, RCA and RAMU assessments to drive improvement in asset performance and apply industry standards and best practices in day-to-day asset engineering activities.
Experiecne RequiredSuitable applicants will be educated to HND or Degree level in an electrical discipline or equivalent relevant industry experienceExperience in analysing, designing, operating, maintaining, managing or constructing assetsKnowledge of mechanical assets such as pumps, pressure vessels etcCapable of effective cross functional stakeholder engagement.
This role is being offering on a hybrid working pattern.
West Sussex, England, UK