Top Jobs of the Week - 23rd June 2017


Take a look at our top opportunities in Nuclear, Water & Utilities, Built Environment, and Power & Energy.

Salary: Dependent of experience

Industry: Nuclear

Job Type: Permanent

Location: South West

Reference: 27543ch

Posted at: 21 June 2017

Expiration date: 21 September 2017

We are working in partnership with a leading engineering company who are delivering a huge amount of work for key clients in the nuclear sector, and as such we have an exciting opportunity for a Project Manager with strong nuclear industry experience to join our growing team in Gloucester.

You will be part of a team that delivers a variety of upgrade and life-time extension projects for the existing nuclear fleet.  The central project team supports the various site project teams.
 

Typical duties will include:-
• Working in a cross-functional team delivering a variety of projects to cost and time.
• Reporting project status in line with company project controls.
• Assign project team members tasks and co-ordinating with specialist support staff.
• Coaching team members.
• Identifying project risks.
• Moving projects through a Gated process.
• Ensuring effective communications internal and externally with all relevant stakeholders.
• Identifying and supervising all controls needed to ensure projects adhere to all relevant ONR Site Licence Conditions.
 

Ideally your experience & skills will include:-
• Previous experience of Control & Instrumentation (C&I) projects.
• APMP Project Management qualification at a minimum of IPMA level D.
• A thorough understanding of the engineering lifecycle, including safety case production and development.
• Experience of ensuring EHS legislation is complied with including CDM regulations.
• Excellent communication and organisational skills and able to develop and maintain effective networks.
• Previous experience of managing complex technical projects.
• Producing reports and information to assist in estimating and scheduling.
This appointment will provide you with the opportunity to develop your Project Management skills, with excellent long-term potential to advance your career in our successful and expanding nuclear business.


Rate: £277.77 Ltd per day

Industry: Water & Utilities

Job Type: Contract

Location: North West

Reference: 27399-sc

Posted at: 31 May 2017

Expiration date: 31 August 2017

EICA Engineer – 41.25 hours per week Our client is seeking both a Senior EICA Engineer and an EICA Engineer. This role is for a skilled, focused and highly motivated Engineer to join the expanding M&E Team on various projects for a framework Key Client Account. Although primarily working for the Altrincham Office there will be occasional site based activities to support definition and the electrical scope of the projects.

Job Role:

  • As an experienced EICA Engineer working for an established EPC company you will combine your skills of EICA design in a variety of projects.
  • The role will be working closely with the Project Manager to ensure that all project activities are executed to meet the project requirements in a safe and cost effective manner.
  • You will lead the EICA design activities, within the agreed constraints of time, quality and cost, whilst maintaining the relationships with the client and an excellent Health Safety and Environmental performance. You will ensure customer satisfaction and quality is achieved at all times.
  • You will be a key part of the M&E team responsible to provide an efficient and good quality design and implementation.

Main Responsibilities:

  • Understand project scopes and balance client’s needs and expectations with project schedules and budgets
  • Provide EICA support to the Project Manager on medium and small projects, either disparate or grouped together under a technical programme of work,
  • Be proactive in supporting a good safety culture and ensuring all Health & Safety objectives are satisfied.
  • Ensure the EICA works are to the appropriate levels of quality and on time.
  • Demonstrate leadership skills to positively influence others to achieve results that are in the best interest of the company.
  • Have an input into Method Statements and Risk Assessments for all EICA site based activities.
  • Involved in holding regular design reviews on all on-going projects to ensure compliance to the specifications and standards set out in the project standards.

Desirable Criteria:

  • Experience in water industry and preferably previous experience in the electrical and ICA elements in the design of water / wastewater treatment plants and water / wastewater networks.
  • You will hold a BSc or BEng in Electrical Engineering. Instrument, or Control and Automation related discipline.
  • A member (or working towards membership) of a relevant engineering institution i.e. IET.
  • EUSR Water Hygiene trained
  • Suitably relevant CSCS (ECS) card
  • Working on HAZOP’s would be an advantage.
  • An understanding of behavioural safety within a Mechanical, Electrical and/or Civil engineering environment

Person Specification:

  • Degree qualified in electrical engineering or equivalent.
  • Sound report writing skills with the ability to present information in clear English; editing text to fit standards, style and      format.
  • Previous experience carrying out detailed EICA design within a multi-disciplinary team environment.
  • Good working knowledge of PLC/Scada and control systems.
  • Familiarity with process instrumentation.
  • Promotes a safety culture on site.
  • Strong communication skills – both written and oral.
  • Strong interpersonal and leadership skills.

 

 


Salary: Dependent on Experience

Industry: Built Environment & Infrastructure

Job Type: Contract

Location: North West

Reference: 27522ch

Posted at: 19 June 2017

Expiration date: 19 September 2017

We’re working in partnership with a multi-disciplinary building services engineering, management and development consultancy that delivers projects across the UK in a variety of sectors, including government, defense, pharmaceutical, rail, airspace & commercial. As such we have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Building Services Electrical Engineer to join our growing team in Salford.

Job Description
Working with other team members and internal & external contacts to provided electrical engineering input.
Key responsibilities include:-
• Leading the delivery of electrical services work on multiple projects.
• Carrying out electrical design work at all stages of the project lifecycle.
• Preparing enquires for major customers, including man-hour estimates.
• As necessary leading multi-disciplinary design teams.
• Reporting on project technical and financial performance.
• Checking junior team member’s work.
• Mentoring junior engineers.
This appointment will provide you with the opportunity to develop your electrical engineering skills, with excellent long-term potential in our successful and expanding business.

Essential Experience: 
• Comprehensive knowledge of all electrical building services.
• Technical knowledge of electrical building services in one or more sectors.
• Demonstrable track record of project delivery.
• Experience of major projects within a variety of business sectors.
• Familiar with assurance processes, codes of practice, standards and relevant sections of statutory documentation.
• Good communication and liaison skills.


Rate: £110 per day (PAYE)

Industry: Power & Energy

Job Type: Contract

Location: Yorkshire & Humberside

Reference: 27530ls

Posted at: 20 June 2017

Expiration date: 20 September 2017

We’re working in partnership with a well-established company who have been at the forefront of their industry for over a hundred years. This well-known company is active across a multitude of countries providing multi discipline solutions, as well as being one of the leading producers of energy-efficient technologies.

Job Profile
Working with one of the biggest renewable energy suppliers in the world, the company is a pioneer in solutions for multiple technology sectors that help to make the world a more efficient place.
As such we have an exciting opportunity to work alongside this company to deliver Mechanical Technician duties.

Job Description
Being responsible for the overall upkeep of a variety of machinery and other complex components, you will be tasked with maintaining these pieces of machinery ensuring all are working to maximum capacity with a minimal amount of downtime. A key eye for detail and the ability to follow instructions are necessary.
Typical duties will include:-
• Routine maintenance of varying machinery
• Writing of technical documentation to support work on machines/tools
• Transportation of parts or tools around the plant
• Being involved in a close knit team
• Completing tasks following strict instructions
Ideally your experience & skills will include:-
• Experience in the maintenance of production machinery
• Exceptional levels of detail
• Optimum pride in quality
• Ability to work shifts (Sometimes including weekends/overtime)
• The ability to work in a team
This appointment will provide you with the opportunity to develop your technical maintenance skills, with excellent long-term potential to advance your career in a successful and expanding renewable energy business.


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