Position Title: Electrical Facilities Engineer
Division: Manufacturing Engineering
This role is one of a number of hands-on technical roles required as part of the expansion of the ME Workshop to meet JLR’s strategy of increased self-sufficiency. The right candidate will have a strong background in electrical assembly (to degree level or vocational/experiential equivalent, i.e. time-served indentured apprenticeship) and will be responsible for leading the electrical elements of all work coming into the workshop, as well as designing the operating process and developing the skills and capability of the team in the workshop.
Key skills and qualifications: C&G 18th edition (also Wiring Regulations) IOSH and safe working Low voltage systems PLC (generic, Siemens etc) High voltage awareness, earthing and isolation Maintenance and installation Fault finding on 3-phase, single phase and controls
- Safety – Development of and adherence to guidelines for the use of electrical tools, equipment and the handling of materials used in electrical and electronic work being carried out in the workshop.
- Quality – Installation Defects metric + Impacts on DFV, FTT & Warranty. FMEA, UTAC audits and control plans, CE and legal marking where appropriate.
- Delivery – Project Delivery metrics (CWM) and works completed versus viable internal enquiries. RFT and `on-time’
- People – Playing a key role in developing the electrical skills of the workshop team.
- Environment – Design for Environment, Power down & energy consumption
Desirable skills: Experience in working for or with a line builder to deliver complete automated lines. Knowledge of Maintenance Management Systems. Some experience of pneumatics