Electrical Engineer

Electrical Engineer

  • Post Date:8th February 2024
  • Apply Before: 10th August 2024
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Job Description

Location: Trinity Buoy Wharf

Contract Type: Permanent

Closing Date: 10 August 2024

Salary: £49,577 a year plus benefits

Hours of Work: 42 hours a week, Monday to Sunday

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As an Electrical Engineer, you’ll complete the day to day maintenance and servicing of all our vessels. This includes AC/DC electrical power generation and distribution system, ships alarm system, steering control system, engine and generator control system, propulsion system, motors and pumps, battery and charging system, PA/AV system, HVAC units, navigational equipment and auxiliary control circuits on-board.

You’ll be relied upon to understand logic controllers and have knowledge of uploading programs to them along with a familiarity with interfacing electronic control to mechanical and hydraulic components.

We are looking for someone with effective communication skills as you’ll have regular interaction with the Masters operating our vessels. This is an important role, with lots of responsibility to ensure our vessels are safe and work effectively, so you’ll have a direct impact on our customer’s experience!

You will need to be able to work on your own initiative and be confident in the decisions you make; and be committed to keeping accurate records and ensuring defect reports are written in a timely fashion.

The Engineering team works 12-hour shifts over 4 days/nights Monday to Sunday, so you’ll need to be flexible in your approach to work and make sure important information is shared effectively across the team.

This role means you will work across departments so you will need to be good at building strong working relationships so you become a trusted and valued member of the team.

If you have worked in a marine engineering environment before that would be useful, but we’ll give you all the training you need regarding our systems as well as a thorough induction on how the operations at Thames Clippers work, so you will be set up for success.

Where: You’ll be based on Trinity Buoy Wharf Pier, Poplar, London E14 0JY, a short walk from Canning Town tube or a hop across the river in our staff boat, from North Greenwich tube.

So why apply?

Uber Boat by Thames Clippers are London’s leading River Bus service. Our fleet of high speed catamarans provide commuters and sightseers with a unique way to travel around the capital. We carry around 5 million passengers a year and currently employ around 470 people, which is set to increase over the next few years.

We are an entrepreneurial and inclusive organisation that was voted “Employer of the Year” at the 2017 London Transport Awards. There is real potential for internal development and promotion within our business and internal succession is one of our core principles. Our values: Trusted to do the Right Thing, Great Place to Work, Be Excellent and Respect allow our employees to excel in their careers with us and be Best in Class, Always.

Our commitment to inclusion

We are committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive workforce. We believe in equality of opportunity for all and our approach to recruitment and selection is fair, open and based purely on merit. Applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships. If you require reasonable adjustments in any recruitment process with us, please make us aware.