Condition Monitoring Engineer

Reporting into the Maintenance Manager and working within the Maintenance Department, the Condition Monitoring Engineer will provide engineering support that ensures asset reliability through the application of condition monitoring practices across site. They will work to design and implement a Condition Based Monitoring (CMB) plan, utilising relevant technology and providing guidance/training to staff where applicable.

Main Tasks & Responsibilities:

  • Assessing condition monitoring equipment needs across site, developing a comprehensive CMB plan according to asset criticality
  • Leading the implementation of a condition monitoring programme across site
  • Continuously reviewing and improving the effectiveness of the CBM programme in conjunction with Mechanical & Electrical Maintenance teams
  • Driving the implementation of CBM best practices and techniques across site
  • Reviewing OEM maintenance manuals and relevant data in order to develop inspection plans across all assets
  • Assisting in chronic & recurring Failure Elimination/Root Cause Analysis (RCA) studies as required
  • Leading the consolidation of the CBM budget and forecasting process, proposing and justifying CAPEX projects
  • Ensuring all condition monitoring instrumentation and tools are kept in good operating condition, maintaining an up-to-date record of CBM tools and equipment along with their documentation and calibration/service
  • Providing hands-on and/or classroom training to peers and colleagues
  • Identifying external condition monitoring and/or asset management training, working with colleagues to organise when necessary
  • Developing Standard Operation Procedures for CBM related tasks/jobs across site
    Compiling engineering reports related to asset management and condition monitoring as requested

Skills Essential to the Role:

  • A BEng in Mechanical Engineering or have a combination of relevant qualifications and experience in the field
  • A working knowledge of relevant condition monitoring principles and asset management practices demonstrated in an engineering/maintenance/reliability field
  • To be a Member of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) or an equivalent Professional Body, or working towards this
  • The ability to accurately compile, interpret and make use of technical data, writing and specifications
  • Knowledgeability in the area of equipment lubricants and lubrication techniques
  • A basic understanding of Asset Management BS ISO 55000, 55001 and 55002
  • The ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing
  • Experience in working with Computer Maintenance Management Systems
  • Experience with Root Cause Analysis, Failure Mode & Effect Analysis tools/techniques
  • Working knowledge of CAD package(s)
  • A positive, can-do attitude, with the ability to be creative, adaptive and perform well under pressure


  • Pension matched up to 7%
  • 4 x Annual Salary Life Assurance
  • Health Cash Plan
  • Monthly and Annual Company Performance Bonus
  • Attendance Bonus
  • Gym Discount
  • Cycle to Work Scheme
  • Wellbeing Support
  • Ironbridge Gorge Museum tickets for employees and their families