Mercury Control and Instrumentation Engineer

20 September 2017

An exciting opportunity is now available in the Engineering Infrastructure team directly reporting to the Control & Instrumentation Engineering Team Leader . You will fit into a highly skilled team that ensures the integrity of generation assets across fuel groups and provides operational engineering support.

To be successful for this role you will need to be able to demonstrate the following

  • Graduate degree in Electrical/Control Engineering or equivalent tertiary qualification
  • 4+ years relevant work experience
  • Technical expertise with DCS/PLC/HMI and plant control networks
  • An ability to demonstrate a high level of problem solving skills
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the capability to participate in and lead project teams
  • An understanding of the commercial and technical aspects of electrical generating plant, as well as ancillary systems and their performance
  • Provide operational engineering or maintenance support to generation assets
  • Excellent commercial analysis of engineering projects.

A good understanding of current Health and Safety legislation and have experience in risk management

Mercury is in an exciting phase of asset life extension and asset replacement.  This role offers the successful candidate the opportunity to grow their technical abilities across a range of assets or focus on an asset type to become a technical specialist.  This role offers excellent career exposure with a mix of design work, project management and on-site implementation. 

Mercury is committed to continual professional development and as such is a professional development partner of IPENZ. Engineers are encouraged to work towards Chartered Engineer registration. 

To apply for this role please send your CV and covering letter.  Applications for this position close 15 October 2017.