E&I Maintenance Technician

  • Job Reference: 00000002-1
  • Date Posted: 25 May 2022
  • Recruiter: LondonEnergy
  • Location: Edmonton
  • Salary: £44,140 to £47,449
  • Department: Engineering
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

LondonEnergy are currently looking to recruit a Maintenance Technician for our Head office in North London, Edmonton.

As the Maintenance Technician you will be responsible for the maintenance of the electrical and instrumentation equipment at our various sites across North London.

The Maintenance Technician is also responsible for minimal downtime and to minimise machine breakdowns by ensuring an affect PPM process is in place on all associated electrical and instrumentation machinery and equipment.

As the E&I Maintenance Technician you are also responsible for:


  • Providing an efficient breakdown repair service. Diagnosing running faults and ensuring effective repairs and improvements are conducted within minimum time scale.
  • To implement PPM on Electrical and Instrumentation equipment, minimize machine breakdowns and reduce lead times.
  • Carrying out installation work to the required standards
  • Completing routine inspection and undertake preventative maintenance work as part of preventative maintenance management, to ensure equipment is consistently in good condition.
  • To liaise with the outside contractors on specific repairs / maintenance work
  • To ensure that all statutory obligations are continuously met
  • To conduct and undergo relevant training


We are looking for candidates with the following skills and experience:

  • NVQ level 3 or Trade certificate
  • Electrical experience in a heavy-duty industrial environment e.g. power station or equivalent
  • Be a highly skilled candidate who has worked on a large-scale installation and PPM work
  • Experience in analysis and repair of pneumatic systems
  • Experience in PLC controlled equipment (ideally Allen Bradley)
  • Experience in variable speed drives
  • The ability to demonstrate a logical and systematic approach to fault-finding with relevant technical experience in repair, installation and PPM work in heavy process industry, this may constitute working through electrical drawings to rectify problems