Salary:£37890 – £40876
Hours: Full time – Fixed Term
Closing date: 11 March 2021
This full-time position, fixed-term to 31st March 2023 will work within an exciting collaborative project with membership organisation CATCH and eight industry partners to drive delivery of a Plan that will provide:
The appointed person will be a keen advocate for the area’s energy strengths and decarbonisation opportunities. They will develop and maintain strong relationships within the delivery partnership and particularly with the sub-contracted Chief Technologist and industry partners to harness their expertise.
The post will lead on the development and implementation of a data acquisition and usage strategy for the Humber Cluster Plan and also the commissioning, managing and deploying of a sophisticated systems data model to specify, understand and interpret modelling outputs.
The successful candidate will have a background in systems modelling, processes and data analysis, with experience of planning, monitoring and delivering services. They will have excellent analytical skills and be able to resolve complex technical problems with highly developed reasoning.
For an informal discussion regarding this role please contact:
Lenzing Fibers Grimsby Ltd
Shift Process Technician Opportunity
We are now seeking to recruit a Shift Process Technician at our Grimsby Lyocell Fibre continuous operation factory.
Working in a team, your key task is to safely operate a continuous process plant, maximising first quality fibre output, minimising waste, following written procedures to specified quality standards whilst working unsupervised. You must be able to demonstrate the highest standards with respect to safety, health & environment (SHE) and have the ability to contribute to on-going continuous improvement of both process and product ensuring the reporting of any incidents, safety or environmental, to minimise risk of recurrence
The successful candidate will have experience within a similar role, working with computer based SCADA/process control systems using control screens, historical trends and alarm logs to maintain stable operation and diagnose faults. You will have knowledge of maintaining quality standards and be able to take necessary corrective action to address out of specification results. Working within a team, you will react to, and rectify, plant breakdown or mal-operation and eventually be able to train others in areas of expertise.
You will be a self-motivated team player, with a safe and responsible approach to work who will be actively involved in developing the safety culture. You must demonstrate that you can bring the right skills and personal qualities to our Grimsby team, showing flexibility and willingness to adopt new practices and contribute in an effective and productive way. Good numeracy and IT skills are essential and experience in a similar continuous manufacturing plant would be advantageous.
The shift pattern for this role consists of 2 days, 2 nights, 4-off and provides five 17 day breaks a year. You will be required to be available for reasonable levels of overtime and call outs in order to support plant operations.
Why work for Lenzing
Competitive salary and pension.
Be an integral part of a profitable business.
Excellent development and training opportunities.
Opportunity to work for an environmentally sustainable business, using recycled and renewables resources to
produce specialty products. Aiming to be carbon-neutral by 2050.
We take pride in our track record on Health & Safety and the fact that our proactive response to Covid-19 has allowed us to not only keep our employees and their jobs safe throughout 2020, but will continue to do so into the future.
Anyone interested should forward a CV and covering letter detailing how your skills and experience are suitable for the position, to:
If this sounds like you, then apply today by sending your CV and covering letter to Thomas Baldock (email@example.com) by 5th March, 2021.
Lenzing Fibers Grimsby Ltd
North East Lincolnshire
Intern Opportunities (Graduates) – 12 months
£20,000 – £24,000 per annum, pro rata
For 80 years now, Lenzing has been looking beyond fiber. Inspired by the needs of the world, we create smart and exciting solutions made from natural wood – for consumers, for our business partners, and for an environment worth living in. Our expertise and passion are dedicated to support the industry, brands and retailers – in sectors like fashion, beauty care or hygiene – by providing products and services that maximize value creation from both the environmental and the economical perspective. Our tenacity and engineering excellence also drive the development of innovative plant & process technologies. Lenzing offers great career opportunities for tech-savvy tinkerers, life-oriented researchers and visionaries with a strong sense of responsibility.
We are innovative by nature. How about you?
We now have a number of great opportunities within our business for graduates looking to gain experience in a global company. As an intern you will gain experience in a range of activities, helping you to build key skills and knowledge for your future careers. The areas in which we are looking to recruit are:
Electrical Project Engineering
Automation/Power & Control
Safety, Health & Environment
What you need and how we will help you to develop:
Good Communication skills – you will work with a range of people both within, and external to our business (e.g. customers and suppliers) fact finding and building relationships
Teamwork – as a member of different teams, you will help solve problems and work towards common goals
Initiative – you will be given responsibility to complete important pieces of work, so you must be a self-starter and able to use your initiative
Good organisational skills – you must be able to organise your time and tasks, as this will help you manage day to day workload
Computer literate – as with most modern businesses we operate a number of different IT systems. Training will be given, however we expect that you will be computer literate and able to use MS Word and Excel.
Graduate, ideally in a related field
Numerate and IT literate in MS Office (Excel, Word & Powerpoint)
Excellent communicator with good interpersonal skills
Anyone interested should forward either a CV and/or letter/email detailing how your skills and experience make you suitable for the position, to :
Thomas Baldock, Human Resources (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Friday 5th March