Technical Control Centre Operator

Posted 23 December 2021
Up to £30000.00 per annum + + competitive benefits package
Job type Permanent
DisciplineRenewable Energy

Job description

Our client is responsible for the operations management of wind energy projects and the operation and maintenance of wind farms & solar PV plants all over UK and Ireland. They are currently expanding their team & require a Technical Operator to work from their Control Centre in Scotland

* After an extensive training phase, you will be responsible for remote monitoring and control of the operational wind farms and solar plants using our client's operation management software
* Answering national and international service calls, record the issues involved, monitor the compliance with occupational health & safety requirements and find appropriate solutions
* In cooperation with our project managers, ensuring the optimal operational conditions of wind and solar plants, analyse malfunctions and carry out error statistics
* Documenting the plant life history in detail and maintain the logbook WTSR & work control records
* Ensuring the compliance of quality standards, work procedures and improvement processes
* Monitoring weather at sites for safety of maintenance technicians.
* Communication with OEM wind centres, customers and other third parties
* Analysing data to diagnose and resolve issues
* Setting up and maintaining lone working arrangements
* Liaising with WTG maintenance contractors to maximise availability.

Ideal candidates will have:
* Minimum HNC level in a technical discipline with knowledge and experience of control room operational practices
* Solid understanding of compliance with safe systems of work processes including Wind Turbine Safety Rules (WTSR's) and the legislative requirements in the UK
* Strong interpersonal skills together with demonstrable understanding and experience of business safety, operational management requirements, process system development and implementation
* High level of customer and service orientation and a strong willingness to learn and develop
* Training in using computer and standard programs and ability to quickly familiarize with new tools and software systems
* Able to work under pressure and strong in multitasking
* Ability to solve problems systematically and have an analytical and structured way of working
* Team player with good communication skills on the phone with the ability to work independently
* Willingness to occasionally take over on-call duties is essential
* A high level of commitment and flexibility complete your personality. Please note, working hours will be according shiftplan: early 07:00 - 15:30, day 09:00 - 18:30 and late shift 12.00 - 20:30 in rotation.

For more information on this exciting career opportunity please contact the recruitment team or apply online

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