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Salary: Dependent on experience

Industry: Built Environment & Infrastructure

Job Type: Permanent

Location: West Midlands

Reference: 26905bu

Posted at: 14 February 2017

Expiration date: 14 May 2017

An Opportunity is available for an experienced Civil Engineer for Highways and Drainage Projects on Housing Developments

We currently have an exciting opportunity for an experienced engineer to join our Clients Highway Engineering Team.

The successful candidate will join a growing and vibrant Development Infrastructure team providing strong technical guidance whilst contributing to work-winning with both existing and new clients. They will be responsible for delivering a broad range of services to public and private sector clients and partners, including:

Preparation of feasibility studies, preliminary through to detailed design for highways infrastructure;
Obtaining statutory approvals;
Contract preparation and procurement;
Site supervision and construction management
The successful candidate will ideally be able to demonstrate the following attributes:

We are looking for a Senior Engineer who can manage projects and a small team of graduate engineers to deliver infrastructure engineering work. The work ranges from preliminary designs for Transport Assessments and feasibility studies through to detailed design and site supervision. The candidate will be expected to support more junior staff in the production of reports, drawings and calculations and deliver these to the client in a timely manner. Current work includes Residential development and Commercial development

Person Specification:

A positive and enthusiastic approach
Ability to form constructive, lasting relationships with clients and professional partners
Ability to develop and sell innovative solutions for clients
Ability to effectively lead an experienced team of professionals
High standards of written and oral communication
Excellent understanding of project management
A proactive approach to seeking and sharing knowledge
A commitment to supporting the career development of colleagues

Experience:

  • Either Chartered Status or approaching chartered status (support can be provided for those looking to obtain chartership)
  • Strong technical knowledge, including use of industry standard drainage design software and sound knowledge of current design standards (Manual for Streets (2), DMRB, AutoCAD, Civils 3D)
  • Experience of 3D highway design packages is essential preferably in Civils 3D, however, experience of MX or PDS is also beneficial.

Salary: Dependent on Experience

Industry: Water & Utilities

Job Type: Permanent

Location: Wales

Reference: 26871sb

Posted at: 08 February 2017

Expiration date: 08 May 2017

An opportunity is available for a Senior Process Engineer to work with a leading player in the UK water sector. They are building a team to work as part of a capital delivery alliance, delivering a £170m/yr capital programme across the Southern Wales region. They are looking for proactive and ambitious engineers to join our successful design and delivery organisation, to be based out of offices in Newport.

We’re working in partnership with a global engineering, management and development consultancy that delivers projects across the globe in the Water, Infrastructure, Rail, Nuclear, Oil & Gas and Energy Industries.

Roles and Responsibilities:
You will provide specialist technical input into a broad cross-section of cutting-edge wastewater process engineering projects, from feasibility to detailed design. This appointment will provide you with an excellent opportunity to further develop your career in a highly supportive and collaborative environment.

Person Specification:
Significant technical wastewater process engineering experience (clean water treatment experience desirable)
Relevant academic/professional qualifications (preferably Chartered or holding full membership of an appropriate professional body e.g. IChemE of CIWEM)
Clean UK driving licence and be able to travel if required

Essential Experience:
Demonstrable specialist experience in the following:
Biological wastewater treatment
Enhanced digestion of sewage sludge and sludge liquor treatment
Odour assessment and odour treatment


Rate: £500 per week

Industry: Chemical

Job Type: Contract

Location: North West

Reference: 26205ch

Posted at: 16 February 2017

Expiration date: 15 May 2017

Our client is looking for a Process Operator / Packer (Chemical Bagging).

Packing (15/20kg bags) on a semi-automatic line.

Accomplished experience in process chemical plant.

Proficient in operating chemical processing equipment.

Handling receiving and loading of chemical products.

Ideally a NVQ Level 2 or 3 in chemical process and an FLT licence held.

4 on (2 days then 2 nights), 4 off shift.


Salary: Competitive Salary

Industry: Water & Utilities

Job Type: Contract

Location: North West

Reference: 26888-ch

Posted at: 10 February 2017

Expiration date: 10 May 2017

We are working in partnership with a leading engineering company who are delivering a huge amount of work for key clients in the Water sector, and as such we have an exciting opportunity for an EICA (Instrumentation, Control & Automation) Commissioning Engineer with strong water/wastewater industry experience to join our growing team in North Lancashire.

Job Profile
We are working in partnership with a leading engineering company who are delivering a huge amount of work for key clients in the Water sector, and as such we have an exciting opportunity for an EICA Commissioning Engineer with strong water/wastewater industry experience to join their growing team in North Lancashire.

Job Description

  • You will undertake commissioning activates for both clean and wastewater sites. Electrical and ICA design of water and wastewater schemes as part of a large multidisciplinary team.
  • Projects vary from pumping stations and water treatment plants to sea outfalls.

Typical duties will include:-

  • Producing documentation prior to commencement of work on site.
  • Managing and carrying hands on commissioning of automated waste and water recycling control systems.
  • Completing commissioning test documentation for handover of new assets.
  • Liaising with engineers from other disciplines, during the design stage.
  • Creating Commissioning Plans and liaising with Project Planners to establish timelines for each project.
  • Implementing and managing commissioning plans in line with framework H&S, CDM and relevant AWS operational procedures.
  • Fault finding and optimising systems.
  • Ideally you’re experience / qualifications will include:-
  • BTEC lvl 3 or above or equivalent qualification in Electrical or Electronic Engineering.
  • Demonstrable commissioning experience.
  • Working on water and water recycling site.
  • Practical knowledge of water and/or water recycling procedures and processes.
  • As site based hold a valid clean UK driving licence.
  • This appointment will provide you with the opportunity to develop your ICA engineering skills, with excellent long-term potential to advance your career in our successful and expanding water business.

 


 


Salary: Depending on experience

Industry: Oil & Gas

Job Type: Permanent

Location: North West

Reference: 26786rp

Posted at: 25 January 2017

Expiration date: 25 April 2017

Our client is a successful and long established demolition and asbestos removal company working both in the private and public sectors. Due to the current and forecasted growth within their business, they are looking to strengthen their contracts department with the addition of a new Contracts Manager.

Reporting directly to the operations and Contracts Director, the contracts manager will split their time between our head office in Wirral and client site locations in Merseyside, Cheshire and surrounding areas. There will be occasional requirements to travel to other parts of the UK dependant on successful tenders.

You will be required to:
• Liaise and coordinate with sub-contractors and the client(s)
• Efficiently and cost effectively manage contracts, meeting or exceeding financial targets
• Produce project specification documentation (Construction Phase Plans, Method Statements, Risk Assessments, Traffic Management Plans, Plans of Work etc.).
• Manage accurate project programmes
• Attend and represent the company effectively at both internal and external meetings
• Undertake internal site audits to ensure company procedures are being adhered to.
• Manage multiple projects at any one time in a fast-moving environment.
 

Requirements:
• Experience of working in industry (desirable industries include manufacturing, petrochemical, asbestos)
• Proficient in being able to compile project specification documentation (Construction Phase Plans, Method Statements, Risk Assessments, Traffic Management Plans, Plans of Work etc.).
• Manage accurate project programmes
• Strong leadership and team management skills, coupled with a decisive problem solving ability and excellent time management skills are imperative to the role
• Excellent managerial and organisational skills
• Excellent communication skills
• Proficient in use of Microsoft Products (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint)
• Preferably in possession of a Health & Safety Qualification (i.e. NEBOSH)
• Driving licence


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