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Current Vacancies with Sembcorp Energy UK

Commercial Estates Surveyor

The successful candidate will confidently work on a range of commercial property activities across Sembcorp Energy UK’s Teesside estate, engaging with colleagues, customers, and other stakeholders as required. As a key member of the Commercial Team, they will be expected to work through a range of tasks and challenges, independently at times, and demonstrate a passion for solving commercial property problems.
Location: Based in Teesside
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Electrical & Instrumentation Engineer

As the Electrical & Instrumentation (E&I) Engineer, you will report to the Electrical Plant Engineer and initiate, develop and deliver key strategic performance and reliability improvements, rationalisation and projects in the Asset Management business whilst advising on longer term asset policy on key systems and maintaining technical standards to meet legislator and operational requirements of the operating plant.
Location: Based in Teesside (Middlesbrough).
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Information/Cyber Security Manager

As the Information/Cyber Security Manager, you will report to the UK Head of Digital and Technology and join a rapidly expanding business that understands the importance of implementing and maintaining Information/cyber security best practices. The successful candidate will assume responsibility for the creation and management of our Information Security Management System and associated platforms and processes.
Location: Based in Teesside (Middlesbrough).
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Mechanical Engineer

Working as part of the Engineering team, and reporting to the Responsible Mechanical Engineer, the Plant Engineer shall support both daily engineering issues, and also offer engineering support and specification for outage events, with the overall responsibility for compliance and technical issues associated with the Wilton 10 Biomass Plant.
Location: Based in Teesside (Middlesbrough).
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Mechanical Plant Engineer (Rotating Equipment)

Working as part of the Engineering / Outage Team, and reporting to the Responsible Mechanical Engineer, the Plant Engineer (responsible for rotating equipment), shall support both daily engineering issues, and also offer engineering support and specification for outage events, with the overall responsibility for compliance and technical issues associated with all Rotating Equipment Inc. Steam and Gas Turbines.
Location: Based in Teesside (Middlesbrough).
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If you’re interested in joining us at Sembcorp Energy UK, please contact us or send us your CV and covering email to [email protected]

What is it like to work for Sembcorp Energy UK?

In a word - exciting! The energy industry is constantly evolving, particularly now as the UK is striving to achieve the Net-Zero 2050 target. At Sembcorp Energy UK you’ll be at the heart of the transition towards creating a low carbon and more efficient energy system for future generations.

Sembcorp has been heading in this direction since entering the UK in 2003, initially providing low carbon solutions to industry. Now, as an integrated energy business with flexible, rapid-response generation and storage assets across England and Wales, we actively participate in many of the smart, sustainable markets created by National Grid to ensure the UK gets the energy it needs – exactly when it needs it.

We’re constantly on the lookout for opportunities that will drive our business forward. Our teams have the skills and knowledge to put us at the forefront of the industry and stay ahead of the field.

The physical and mental wellbeing of our employees is really important to us. In an industry where many risks and hazards need to be controlled and managed, safety is our top priority. We encourage every employee to be a guardian of safety compliance and continuously seek to improve our practices.

We have strong employee assistance programmes (EAPs) and support services that help our teams with a range of issues that can impact their work or home life from anxiety and legal issues, to relationships, childcare, and bereavement. Colleagues are also supported by a team of dedicated Mental Health First Aiders who are trained to spot the signs of mental health issues, offer initial help, and guide people towards further support.

Guided by our global values, we encourage our employees to help shape the positive environment in which we work.

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