Top Jobs of the Week - Built Environment, Nuclear


Architects, Quantity Surveyors, Safety Consultants and Architectural Technicians, take notice of these great jobs in Nuclear and Built Environment!

Salary: Dependent on experience

Industry: Built Environment & Infrastructure

Job Type: Permanent

Location: North West

Reference: 28417tm

Posted at: 14 November 2017

Expiration date: 14 February 2018

This is an exciting opportunity for a Senior Architect or Associate with strong management and leadership skills and the ambition to take a lead role in the continued development of the practice. For the right candidate there would be the opportunity to quickly step up to become a Partner within the practice. You may have reached a ceiling within your present business and are looking for that next challenge that can offer the long-term rewards that you are looking for. There will be a substantial level of responsibility placed upon the successful candidate and our client is looking for someone that will thrive from taking on that added responsibility within a design led practice.

Our client is an established city centre practice with a wealth of experience of providing a broad range of professional services to clients, particularly within the commercial, retail and residential sectors.

They have a strong pipeline of work with established clients, many of whom have offered repeat business over an extensive period.

Roles and Responsibilities:

• Lead and manage projects from concept to completion.
• Provide leadership, management and direction to the architectural team.
• Develop relationships with both existing and new clients in order to maintain a strong pipeline of work
• Effectively assess team and individual strengths and development needs.
• Ensure projects are delivered in keeping with the consultancy's high standards and compliance.
Person Specification:

• Fully Qualified Architect with experience of working at a Senior/Associate level in the UK.
• RIBA Chartered / ARB Registered.
• Experience of working across a variety of sectors would be an advantage

 


Salary: Negotiable

Industry: Built Environment & Infrastructure

Job Type: Permanent

Location: North West

Reference: 28111tm

Posted at: 17 November 2017

Expiration date: 17 February 2018

Our client is one of the UK’s leading multi-disciplined design consultants, who specialise in complex infrastructure and built environment projects. They deliver projects from cradle-to-grave for clients across the transportation, energy, life sciences and nuclear sectors.

They are currently seeking a Senior Architectural Technician to join their busy design team, based within their Greater Manchester office.  It is an excellent opportunity to contribute to a number of landmark projects, working with a highly rewarding and supportive environment

Roles and Responsibilities:
• You will provide detailed design support for a range of different projects across a variety of sectors, which will include high-profile and complex projects within the life science, defence sectors, transportation and nuclear sectors.
• You will liaise with other team members in a multi-disciplinary environment in order to achieve solutions to the client’s brief.
• You will interact with various internal and external contacts and take responsibility for the delivery of projects within time, quality and budget constraints.
• Majority of projects will be a minimum of BIM level 2 using Autodesk REVIT, and therefore you will be required to keep up to date with design trends/ design techniques (BIM etc.)
• Be responsible for the production of schematic, general arrangement and detailed drawings in accordance with the relevant standards and procedures
• Develop positive relationships with customers through good professional conduct
• Participate in knowledge sharing across team and locations
• Attend in-house CAD courses and seminars
• Interact on project standards coordination with customers
Person Specification:
• HND or foundation degree in architectural technology, construction or the built environment.
• Ideally aiming for a CIAT-accredited honours degree in architectural technology
• Eligible to pass criteria for security clearance and airside pass applications.
• Good level of proficiency in the use of Autodesk REVIT and AutoCAD 2D and 3D software.
• Experience within any of the following market sectors would be an advantage: industrial, manufacturing and energy, life sciences and chemicals, transport (rail and aviation), infrastructure and utilities, public sector, nuclear
• A keen eye for the detail of specific tasks, combined with an understanding of how such specifics fit in with the project as a whole
• Knowledge of CDM regulations
• Knowledge of current UK technical standards/publications and legislation requirements


Salary: Dependent on experience

Industry: Built Environment & Infrastructure

Job Type: Permanent

Location: North West

Reference: 28024ej

Posted at: 02 October 2017

Expiration date: 02 January 2018

An opportunity is available for an Intermediate Quantity Surveyor to join a leading and growing Construction company, based in Liverpool.

We are working with a family owned construction business that focus on creating structures and spaces that provide an environment for people to thrive in.

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Exercising financial control over costs and maximising returns whilst controlling risks
  • Commercially support the team and ensure effective communication and engagement with customers and stakeholders
  • Sub-contract management

Person Specification:

• Strong Communication skills to engage and influence effectively in line with business objectives
• Well developed financial and project management skills
• Preferably Degree qualified or equivalent qualification in a relevant discipline
• A minimum of 5 years proven experience working in a Civils project environment
• Experience of working to NEC3 contract Option A 
• Previous experience of delivering commercially with success through knowledge of industry
• Extensive knowledge of subcontract management and change management
• Ideally experience of working on a large highways projects (c£10m -£20m+ in value) working on site / roadside

Essential Experience:

  • Degree qualified or equivalent qualification in a relevant discipline
  • Chartered Status or equivalent professional status in a related discipline
  • A minimum of 5 years proven experience working in a Civils project environment and within various levels of contracts
  • Previous experience of delivering commercially with success through knowledge of industry
  • Extensive knowledge of subcontract management
  • Experience of NEC related contracts including subcontractor management and change management
  • Proven experience of working on a live site / roadside
  • A minimum of 5 years proven experience working in a Civils project environment
     
     

Salary: Dependent on experience

Industry: Nuclear

Job Type: Permanent

Location: South East

Reference: 28381sb

Posted at: 09 November 2017

Expiration date: 09 February 2018

An opportunity is available for a Senior Safety Consultant to join a leading consultancy supporting defence and nuclear related projects.

We are working with a leading consultancy that provides a wide range of services including safety, environmental, civil, structural & architectural engineering, and planning and project management in a wide range of industries including defence, nuclear, general construction and oil & gas. With offices across the UK they have the reach and expertise to provide services to the full project lifecycle.

Roles and Responsibilities:
You will join a highly successful Risk & Safety Team which works closely with clients to deliver novel and innovative solutions.  These roles are pivotal to the continued growth of our thriving Risk Management Division.

Main responsibilities
• Developing lasting relationships with clients
• Leading the delivery of safety engineering projects, primarily in the defence domain, ensuring they are completed on budget and to the client's satisfaction
• Membership of a team of Independent Safety Auditors
• Supporting the development of Safety Management Systems and safety assessments
• Undertaking hazard analysis
• Providing overall technical expertise within the dynamic, growing Risk & Safety team
• Providing technical guidance and mentoring for more junior team members
• Understanding the commercial impact of all decisions, recognising opportunities for business development
• Business and service development
Person Specification:
• Ideally 5 years safety experience
• A degree in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical/Electronic Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Process Engineering, or equivalent
• Chartered or working towards Chartership
• A varied technical background with experience of risk and safety management in one or more high risk industries
• A detailed knowledge of UK regulations
• Knowledge of other regulatory regimes
Essential Experience: 
• Proven Safety/Risk Engineering experience supporting a highly regulated industry (ideally defence and/or nuclear related projects)
• The ability and willingness to attain full security clearance.

 


Salary: Dependent on experience

Industry: Nuclear

Job Type: Permanent

Location: North West

Reference: 27140sb

Posted at: 14 November 2017

Expiration date: 14 February 2018

Exciting opportunities are available for experienced Process Safety Consultants to work with a leading consultancy working on FMCG, Chemical, Oil & Gas and Nuclear projects.

Roles and Responsibilities:
Providing risk management services principally relating to chemical (COMAH), nuclear, fire and process safety.
This role will see you leading the delivery of technical risk & safety projects in a range of high risk industries, ensuring they are completed on budget and to the client’s satisfaction.
Areas of responsibility will include hazard study workshops, consequence and risk modelling, Process Safety Management Systems and COMAH safety reports.
Person Specification:
Experience of working with a consultancy or site based environment being responsible for all Process & Fire Safety issues.
Keen on developing their career by leading teams and liaising closely with end clients.
As some of the work is nuclear related all candidates must be able to obtain SC Clearance

Essential Experience : 
Previous experience as a Process Safety Engineer/Consultant or leading Process Safety within their role
Ability to obtain SC Clearance

 


Rate: Negotiable

Industry: Nuclear

Job Type: Contract

Location: South East

Reference: 28325ej

Posted at: 03 November 2017

Expiration date: 03 February 2018

We are assisting a leading engineering & project management contractor that specialises in the delivery of projects in highly regulated industries that include defence, oil & gas, nuclear and research.

An assignment is available for a Project Quantity Surveyor to support a project based in Harwell.

Roles and Responsibilities:
• Utilise best practice tools and processes to support project delivery in Quantity Surveying.
• Manage projects through the entire project lifecycle.
• Prepare cost plans and tender documentation using various forms of measurement and contracts.
• Be proficient in measurement for Schedule of Works and Bills of Quantities production.
• Prepare and agree interim valuations with contractors and issue recommendations for payment.
• Pricing variations throughout the duration of the contract and provide cost advice.
• Attend site meetings, and provide input and support to the project.
• Price and prepare monthly financial cost reports and cashflow forecasts throughout the period of a contract.
• Agree re-measurement of quantities with contractors, and prepare and agree final accounts and claims. Prepare final accounts for clients.
• Preparation and analysis of statistical cost information to monitor trends in the nuclear Industry and assisting with cost planning future projects.
• Administer and provide advice on contracts, typically the NEC forms of contract.
 

Person Specification:
• Good general commercial awareness.
• Able to act on own initiative as well as part of a team
 

Essential Experience: 
• Degree in Quantity Surveying.
• Working knowledge of NEC.
• Post contract knowledge and experience.
• Main contractor environment experience.


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