Electrical/Instrument Technician

ELECTRICAL/INSTRUMENT TECHNICIAN

WILTON, TEESSIDE

£Excellent + Generous benefits

We are seeking a qualified and hands-on Electrical/Instrumentation Technician to become a key member of one of the largest industrial gas producers in the world. This exciting opportunity involves maintaining the Wilton CO2 liquefaction and Teesside liquid storage terminal, with additional responsibilities supporting operations across Northern UK. Ideal candidates will have experience in the industrial gas sector, particularly with liquid CO2. This role not only offers the chance to work with cutting-edge technology but also to be part of a company that genuinely values and invests in its employees. If you are an experienced professional looking to grow your career in a supportive and innovative environment, we want to hear from you!

Key Responsibilities – Electrical/Instrument Technician:

  • Hands on role supporting the Operations department in the planning & execution of routine and breakdown maintenance of instrumentation at our production facilities. 
  • Assist in the continuous improvement of plant operations.
  • Availability for plant breakdown call outs
  • Provide technical support to all departments, customer base and third-party suppliers when required.
  • Assist with installation and commissioning of COInstallations if necessary.
  • Calibration and repair of site instrumentation
  • Assist with the pre delivery inspections and back-feed assessments of COcustomers.
  • Specify and evaluate suppliers and equipment.
  • Assist in the control of site maintenance expenditure in accordance with the company’s purchasing procedures.
  • Maintain all relevant documentation relating to site maintenance work, including the development and update of the plant maintenance procedures.
  • Work in accordance with Company Health, Safety & Quality Policy, safety principles and relevant health and safety legislation

Person Specification:

  • Qualified to NVQ level 3 or equivalent in electrical/instrument craft studies.
  • Relevant maintenance experience in an operational environment
  • Demonstrated experience in the use of safe systems of work with sound engineering practices.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of current UK and European engineering and pressure systems standards and Health & Safety legislation
  • Computer literate with experience of maintenance systems and Microsoft Office applications.
  • Excellent communication and organisational skills
  • Valid driving licence


Company benefits include – 25 days holiday (plus bank holidays), Bonus Scheme, Private Medical Insurance, Life Assurance, Contributory Pension Scheme, Gym membership, Cycle to work scheme, Charity Work Days, EAP scheme.