We are looking for Valve Technicians to join our team within Score Group based at our facility in Brighouse.
About Score Group
Score Group is a specialist in precision manufacturing, valve supply, automation and management systems and provides complex engineering solutions to customers in multiple markets, including defence, nuclear, aerospace, utilities, and energy. With operations in more than 30 locations, across 5 continents, Score Group supports a global customer base.
About the role
The Valve Technician will be responsible for carrying out overhauls, tests, and recertification on different types of valves and actuators as directed by the workshop team lead in line with company, HSEQ standards. Further opportunities to work on-site, offshore and abroad may be available.
You and the role
This is a fantastic opportunity for an individual with a hands-on mechanical background, who would like to further their career within a high performing valves services team that prides themselves on delivering quality products and services in line with the company, client, and quality expectations.
What we offer
Score Group offers an opportunity with a company that is deeply committed to helping our people to learn, upskill and develop their careers. If you are looking to develop your skills as a Valve Technician, in a business with excellent growth opportunities across a range of industrial sectors, and like the sound of an attractive salary, contributory pension, excellent benefits and the opportunity to learn from great colleagues, then please review the job outline below - we’d love to hear from you!
Primary responsibilities Ensure all work is carried out in accordance with company policies, procedures, standards, and work instructions Overhaul and recertification of relief valves including conventional, balances bellows, pilot operated and vacuum types Overhaul, test, and recertification of all isolation valve types Overhaul, test and recertification of all control valves, actuators, and ancillary equipment Overhaul, test, and recertification of all actuator types Troubleshooting and problem solving of all valve and actuator issues Provide core competence in use of valve flushing and sealant injection services Provide core competence in use of all torque and tensioning equipment Execution of risk assessments and hazard assessments (Start Cards) on all related work scopes Provide technical support to all valve workshop teams Ability to work effectively as an individual and as part of a team Plan and coordinate any project or shutdown work as and when required Conduct site surveys and produce detailed reports of the equipment detailed above in accordance with the client and/or the company’s requirements Ensure all workshop equipment and tooling are maintained regularly and all records kept up to date Responsible for the general housekeeping within and surrounding the department
Qualifications NVQ Level 3 in relevant technical discipline Completed an engineering apprenticeship (preferred)
Experience Be fully competent working alone on all valve and actuator types (preferred) Demonstrable workshop/technician experience within a mechanical workshop environment is preferred Experience of working autonomously and experience of leading a team is desirable
Behaviours and skills Effective communication skills Ability to work well in a team and to take own initiative Commitment to continual improvement and a flexible approach to change Self-motivated, enthusiastic, and committed to delivering HSEQ excellence
- Business Process Improvement
- Hardworking And Dedicated