As the next C&I Maintenance Technician, you will be a valued member of the station at Hartlepool to ensure the daily operations of the station run smoothly and efficiently. You will be responsible for the safe and reliable operations of a nuclear power plant in accordance with all licenses, regulating bodies, company business strategies and industry best practices. You'll be focused on delivering high levels of plant availability through timely value-added maintenance of the plant using your previous experiences of working in this unique sector. 


Application closing date – Tuesday June 6


Pay, Benefits & Culture


The salary range is between £38,483 – £60,826, with terms and conditions covered by the EDF Energy Nuclear Generation Company Agreement.  The starting salary for this appointment will be dependent of your existing salary, competence, experience and qualifications.  You will receive 28 days annual holiday plus bank holidays, incremental and competency-based progression and a Company pension scheme.

Please let us know if you require flexible working arrangements by highlighting this on your application. 

At EDF, everyone’s welcome. It’s a powerful statement of our intent to make sure we’re about the people who work with us – a rich and unique mix of backgrounds and experiences that’s vital to shaping a strong and fresh-thinking organisation like ours. Whoever you are and wherever you come from, we’ll embrace the difference you bring and give you opportunities to thrive and succeed. 


What You’ll be doing


Being appointed into this position, you will be required to complete the following roles to ensure the smooth running’s and operations on site. These include: 

  • Carrying out maintenance activities safely, in accordance with procedures. Doing so will require you to update procedures as required and feeding back on issues found with the plant.
  • Completing maintenance records in a timely manner. Ensuring that the ERI programme is supported via feedback on plant condition pre and post maintenance.
  • Writing and submitting a condition report (CR) when required and report back to team leader with findings.
  • Working flexibly within teams under daily direction of the Team Leader as well as actively participate in personal performance appraisals and take ownership of delivering personal development plans.


Who you are


As our next Maintenance C&I Technician, we're looking for you to have previous experience in the following areas along with holding relevant experiences and qualifications such as: 

  • Calibrating and overhauling equipment associated with the main area principles (pressure, flow, level, temperature).
  • Setting up and calibrating control valves and associated control circuits
  • Fault finding on our station systems


We are looking for you to hold an NVQ level 3 or equivalent in a relevant discipline or completion of a recognised Electrical or Control and Instrumentation apprenticeship, plus relevant experience in the discipline of Control and Instrumentation. With this however, our main requirement for you is that you demonstrate a “can do” attitude and implement this to your daily workload, you will be self-driven and confident with challenges set out to you within your daily role.


You will also be required to perform in Emergency Scheme duties where you will receive full training for any emergency should occur.

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