|Position:||Technical Delivery Engineer|
|Contact Name:||Jenna Jackson|
Base Location: Melksham
Salary: £Competitive depending on authorisations and skills and experience + car/cash allowance
Working Pattern: Permanent | Full Time, 37 hours per week
About the Department
Operations are responsible for keeping the lights on; we are at the front line on the Network. If we find a fault, it is our responsibility to respond to the fault, and dispatch our skilled teams to fix it as quickly as possible. We work in all hours, and through all weathers, ensuring our customers are never without power.
What is the Role
Reporting to the Technical Coordination Manager you will be responsible in the field for guaranteeing that emergency and fault work is completed efficiently & effectively with a focus on fault cost, IIS and GS failures. You will be responsible for helping to continuously deliver safe outcomes for the workforce, customers and the environment and will demonstrate safety as a number one value.
You will ensure that our customers remain at the core of every decision and will work diligently to restore power to external customers as quickly as possible and then ensure a full repair is completed and the job is closed, ensuring that customer and regulator expectations are met and exceeded. You will be the responsible person for ensuring workloads are prioritised, managed and repaired in the most effective way possible; this workload will cover all of the current Live Screen work and will be a field -based technical expert and point of escalation. You will also respond to emergency events including severe weather as required in role and as defined by contract.
What do I need?
City & Guilds 232 or equivalent and/or experience within electrical utilities environment is a necessity for this role.
You will also have:
- Ability and knowledge to engage at all levels and instil a high performing culture
- Sound business and technical knowledge of electricity distribution or similar market sector
- Awareness of key stakeholders and customers for electricity distribution
- Appreciation of other business functions and their relationship with own responsibilities
- Basic understanding of how a Distribution Network Operator (DNO) operates and generates revenue and incentives within the current price control period
- Thorough understanding of local business plan derived from regulatory price control submission
A full UK driving licence is vital for this role as well as a passion for safety and the ability to work well in a team as well as independently.
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We all have different skills here at SSE and what makes us stand out. We all take pride in a job well done and share the belief that an inclusive culture is key to our success and vision for the future. Above all, safety is at the heart of everything we do at SSE and we live by the mantra 'if it's not safe, we don't do it'.
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