Top Jobs of the Week - Technical, Engineering, Built Environment


We have a wide range of opportunities available for Engineers across various industry sectors. Here are some of our key vacancies this week.

Salary: Circa £45,000 pa

Industry: Oil & Gas

Job Type: Permanent

Location: North West

Reference: 27144-ip

Posted at: 04 April 2017

Expiration date: 04 July 2017

Engineering Contracting company based in Cheshire, looking to recruit a Plastics Construction Manager for various Projects/sites in the UK,

Roles/Responsibilities:

Manage a team of blue collar labour to deliver a range of work including projects, TARs and maintenance work for the Plastics Division, ensuring compliant delivery to the agreed HSEQ criteria, commercial and schedule performance baselines, and specific Key Performance Indices (KPIs) and Critical Success Factors (CSFs). 
Participate in the “win work” processes including discussing opportunities with customers, developing robust and pragmatic engineering solutions and estimating the costs and timescales for the work
Line Manage the blue collar workforce including resource forecasting, individual and team training and development whilst ensuring compliance and competence

Manage construction, maintenance and TAR work to ensure:

  • The Health and Safety of our people and the protection of the Environment is first and foremost in all we do.
  • Ensure that Compliance rules, policies, procedures and standards are strictly adhered to
  • Delivery is to the highest standards and complies with appropriate company standards, regulations and legislation.
  • Drive the overall safety energy within the Plastics Division including the overall Safety loop score, Management safety walks, Inspections and Audits etc.
  • Ensure the safe and compliant operation of the fabrication workshop facility
  • Develop Method Statements and Risk Assessments as required ensuring thoroughness and consistency
  • Deliver all works to a high standard utilising industry knowledge of a range of materials including GRP, PP/GRP, GRE etc
  • Industry best practise is identified and implemented within Plastics Division
  • Ensure works are completed to the agreed safety performance, standards, schedule, Gross Margin, customer satisfaction and KPIs/CSFs
  • Play an active part in the overall management of Plastics Division.

Person Specification:

Essential:

  • Valid UK Driving Licence and Passport as there will be requirement to travel throughout the UK and potentially overseas.

Desirable:

  • IOSH Managing Safety.

Essential:

  • +10 years’ experience in construction/maintenance/TARs.
  • The candidate will have accumulated knowledge and understanding through training and hands on experience working with various types of plastic material (e.g. GRP/GRE)
  • Experience of line management of blue collar staff
  • Strong leadership & influencing skills.
  • Customer relationship management skills.

Desirable:

  • 10 supervisory experience
  • CCNSG Safety Passport is preferred.
     

 


Salary: £30000 - £35000

Industry: Oil & Gas

Job Type: Permanent

Location: North West

Reference: 27072sc

Posted at: 04 May 2017

Expiration date: 04 August 2017

Engineering Contracting Company based in Cheshire, looking to recruit an Environmental Advisor for various National Grid sites in the UK, ideal for a recently graduated person or for those with some experience, salary offered will be commensurate

Roles and Responsibilities:
Perform a wide range of Environmental tasks to include but not limited to the following:
General:
• Implement the requirements of Integrated Management System ‘at contract level to meet the requirements of ISO 14001
• Develop, implement and monitoring Environmental Management Plans and Site Waste Management Plans to maintain compliance with legislation and contract requirements
• Support operational teams in the production of internal and external reports
• Develop and deliver environmental and sustainability training including the CITB Site Environmental Awareness Training Scheme (SEATS)
• Undertake environmental audits and inspections at contract level, at other contracts and within the supply chain
• Represent and promote the environment team in meetings, workshops, management reviews and forums both internally and externally
• Clear understanding/knowledge of industry and environmental standards/legislation
• Provide Environmental related support for projects / maintenance
• Raise Continuous Improvement Forms (CIFs) as appropriate and liaise with Client’s Environmental departments
• Ensure all Environmental documentation/records are maintained within the Company’s Combined Management System (CMS) and any customer systems.
• Ensure Environmental performance monitoring is maintained and reviewed accordingly against MoP / KPIs
• Contribute to the improvement and technical capabilities of the Company and Personnel
• Support existing, strong HSE Culture
• Good knowledge of where to obtain any information required

National Grid Specific:
• Detailed PEMP including:
• Roles and Responsibilities
• Monitoring
• Audits and Inspections
• Environmental Aspects and Impacts (identification and management thereof)
• Consultations
• Communication
• Consent / Permits / Licences (identification and management thereof)
• BAT Assessment Process
• Targets and Objectives
• Aspects and Impacts Register
• Emergency Response / Spill Response Plan
• Pollution Prevention and Control Plan
• Refuelling Procedure
• Water Management Plan
• Site Waste Management Plan
• Reinstatement Plan
• Removed Equipment Log
• Risk Assessments and Method Statements incorporating assessment of environmental risk as identified in the Aspects and Impacts Register.

Person Specification:
• Degree level in appropriate Environmental discipline (ideal)  / Environmental based qualification to HNC/HND level with a minimum of 2 years relevant gas industry experience
• Associate or Practitioner Membership of IEMA or equivalent
• EUSR Passport
• Moderate IT Skills

Essential Experience:
• Good Engineering and QA/QC background
• Understanding of and familiarity with certification requirements, regulations,
• standards and specifications (ISO 900 & OHAS 18001)
• Practical knowledge and experience in Environmental Management Systems
• Development of project Environmental documentation and review of supplier Environmental documentation
• Knowledge and familiarity with KPIs and performance monitoring techniques
• Computer literate; knowledge of Microsoft Office suite essential
• Good communication and report writing skills
• Has experience in identifying and managing environmental risk and mitigation techniques on construction projects


Rate: Dependent of experience

Industry: Water & Utilities

Job Type: Contract

Location: North West

Reference: 27219nf

Posted at: 21 April 2017

Expiration date: 21 July 2017

We’re working in partnership with a large engineering company that delivers projects across the UK in the water / utilities Industries.

Must have water experience.
 

You will undertake EICA commissioning of water and wastewater schemes across the North West of England. Typical duties include:
Compilation of Commissioning Plans, testing and inspection procedures and associated test sheets for EC&I and process plant.  FAT and SAT, MCC’s, checking loop connections to plant items, I/O testing, PLC / SCADA connections.  
Working on existing sewage treatment whilst commissioning the new & existing plant.

This is a contract position – 2 months , but could be on going 

Person Specification:

Essential Experience: 
• Qualified in instrumentation or electrical engineering
• clean or waste water experience


Rate: £35 - £37 ltd per hour

Industry: Pharmaceutical

Job Type: Contract

Location: North West

Reference: 27243sc

Posted at: 27 April 2017

Expiration date: 27 May 2017

Our client is looking for candidates with experience in the water industry, in particular United Utilities. The candidate would ideally have an awareness of current procedures within United Utilities and have a sound knowledge of current standards.

Control Systems Engineer/ Systems Integration Engineer

PLC's

• Siemens Step 7.
• Siemens TIA.
• Allen Bradley RSlogix 500.
• Allen Bradley RSLogix 5000.

Knowledge of the following would be helpful but not essential.

• Sattcon.
• Gem 80.

SCADA

• Win CC.
•  RS View.

Knowledge of the following would be helpful but not essential.

• Intellution FIX32/iFIX.

HMI

• Allen Bradley PanelBuilder/PanelBuilder Plus.
• WinCC Flex.

ICA/Electrical

Although the position will be predominantly Systems Integration based, a sound knowledge of instrumentation/automation and electrical systems will be of benefit.

General

• Generating documentation (FDS, SDS, FAT/SAT procedures).
• Risk Assessments.
• General project engineering.
• Survey report generation.

The key factors for this role are to have water industry experience, preferably United Utilities, which will bring the Siemens / Allan Bradley skills with it. If not water industry then our client is willing to consider candidates from the Process industry.

Essential Experience:
HNC or Degree qualification in Electrical Engineering, Control Systems or Instrumentation


Rate: £35-37 ltd per hour

Industry: Pharmaceutical

Job Type: Contract

Location: North West

Reference: 27254sc

Posted at: 27 April 2017

Expiration date: 27 July 2017

Control Systems Engineer – Contract - 3-6 months duration - 40 hours per week Our client requires an experienced Control Systems Engineer to work on various UK projects, working in the Chemical, Petrochemicals and Pharmaceuticals sectors. A broad experience of the application and development of Control and SCADA systems in the above sectors is essential.

Experience and working knowledge of Siemens S7, Schneider Concept systems and Hima Himatrix PLC’s and software is required.

Good working knowledge of Winn CC and Schneider Monitor Pro/OCS SCADA systems is required.

Previous experience of GAMP5 software validation and testing is desirable.

The ability to develop and write URS and FRS documents is required.

The successful candidate may be required to work on most propriety PLC and SCADA systems. Some knowledge of system programming of Safety PLC’s and functional safety (IEC61508/61511) is desirable.

Previous experience working with proprietary DCS systems such as Honeywell Experion, Emerson Delta V and Siemens PCS7, whilst not essential would be of interest.

The successful applicant will have previously worked “on site” including commissioning with the ability to interface with clients to carry out and participate in site project meetings, PLC/SCADA/DCS modifications and maintenance.  The role may involve some degree of “On Call” support, suitable extra remuneration arrangements are in place for this support.

Experience with the, design, application and installation of mainstream and specialised Instrumentation equipment and LV electrical systems would be beneficial.

The role will involve some travel to visit client sites; however the role will be based in their Manchester office.
70% of the time in the Manchester office and 30% of the time on sites around the UK.

40 hours per week, flexitime including early Friday finish, contract nominally 3-6 months duration with potential to extend.  This could potentially be an ongoing contract arrangement for a successful candidate. To start date ASAP.

Essential Experience : 

HNC or Degree qualification in Electrical Engineering, Control Systems or Instrumentation


Salary: Dependent on experience

Industry: Nuclear

Job Type: Contract

Location: North West

Reference: 27274tm

Posted at: 05 May 2017

Expiration date: 05 August 2017

Major project Joint Venture is seeking a Project Reporting and Performance Manager (EPC Project Controls) to join their existing project delivery team based on site at Sellafield. Our client is responsible for the delivery of one of the largest capital projects to be undertaken at Sellafield over the next 5 years.

Roles and Responsibilities:
The successful applicant will report to the Senior Project Controls Manager and will be responsible for:
• Arranging & Holding the monthly accountability meetings with the PM function to challenge and understand performance issues.
• Analyse the project data, compare actuals against forecast and challenge the forecasts from budget owners.
• Produces accurate and timely monthly reports to the Project Management, Client and JV Executive board as required.
• Accumulates and reports on KPI’s as required.
• Maintains project historical data
• Periodic review of Project Controls procedures as well as input into the Project close out report.
• Work with Area managers to identify areas for improvement/opportunity

Person Specification / Essential Experience:
• Experience & Understanding of Project Controls functions.
• Experience of Management reporting
• Use of P6 and understanding of Earned Value Management
• Experience and demonstrated abilities of working as part of a collaborative team, in a multi-discipline environment.
• Require a self-starter, able to communicate orally & written at all levels of the project (Senior Management, Client, Junior level)


Salary: Negotiable

Industry: Nuclear

Job Type: Permanent

Location: North West

Reference: 27180bu

Posted at: 12 April 2017

Expiration date: 12 July 2017

We are working in partnership with an engineering based company working in the nuclear, oil & gas, chemical, power and renewables sectors.

An opportunity is available for a Senior/Principal Civil/Structural Engineer with a background in the Nuclear Sector, working on Extreme Load Assessments.
 

Roles and Responsibilities:
• To conduct and manage all work with a focus on Health, Safety and Environmental requirements
• Technical lead on engineering projects
• Day to day management of project engineers, technical quality of project deliverables, and delivery schedule
• Project Management
• Lead generation, proposal writing and development of good customer relationships
• Manage and demonstrate strong client interfacing capabilities
• Maintain strong communication and connectivity with upper organizational management 
 

Person Specification:
• Assessment of plant and/or structures subject to normal and extreme loads (e.g. impact, seismic, blast)
• Good interpersonal skills to work individually and in teams
• Written and verbal presentation skills necessary
• Willingness to travel
• Good customer relations/service skills
 

Essential Experience : 
• Honours degree or above in civil or structural engineering
• Prioritises Safety over all else
• Chartered or working towards Chartership
• Relevant assessment and or design experience
• Must be eligible for UK Security Clearance
 

Key Questions

Do you have experience of Extreme Load Assessments or Seismic Assessments?
Do you have or are you able to obtain Security Clearance?


Salary: Depending on Experience

Industry: Built Environment & Infrastructure

Job Type: Permanent

Location: North West

Reference: 27271-tm

Posted at: 04 May 2017

Expiration date: 04 August 2017

Our client is a highly successful multi-disciplined practice with a 65 strong design team, based in the heart of Manchester City Centre. They have an outstanding track record across a wide variety of sectors, providing imaginative design solutions and delivering projects on time and to budget. They are also very proud of their Investors in People Accreditation and strive to be a rewarding employer as well as creating an enjoyable place to work. They currently have an excellent opportunity for a are seeking a proactive and confident Planning Consultant to support their busy team of Architects and Designers.

Roles/Responsibilities:

The successful candidate will be working independently to support architects and designers and must be able to work well under pressure to meet deadlines, they will be responsible for planning and organising their own workload.

Main duties include:

  • Carrying out planning research and providing planning guidance to architects and designers
  • The preparation of, submission and monitoring of planning applications.
  • Preparing and producing reports including design and access statements.
  • Taking the lead as Planning Policy Champion for the practice.

Person Specification/Essential Experience:

  • Degree qualified or equivalent
  • Chartered member of Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI)
  • Candidates working towards Chartered RTPI status will also be considered.

Rewards:

  • Our client is an “Investors in People” and are committed to providing training and mentorship for all their staff, particularly in their pursuit of professional membership.
  • Competitive basic salary with excellent benefits.
  • Annual salary review and reward scheme
  • Up to 31 days holiday per annum
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Excellent social events calendar

 


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