Requirements Essential Desirable
Degree level in Mechanical or electrical Engineering (or related)
IOSH Managing Safely (or equivalent)
High attention to detail
Project Management experience, having worked on projects at a value of £2,000,000
Technical ability and knowledge of plant and process
IT literacy with particular experience of Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel
A full drivers licence valid in the UK
Willingness to train and develop within the business
Experience of working within a hazardous area
Main Purpose of the Role:
The Project Engineer will work as a member of the engineering team to meet business objectives by designing, specifying, installing, commissioning, troubleshooting, improving plant and equipment as required within agreed timescales and costs. Projects will range from small continuous improvement projects to large capital projects.
Main Duties & Responsibilities:
1. Engineering Team: The Project Engineer will form a key part of the engineering projects team reporting directly to the Divisional Engineering Projects Leader. The Project Engineer’s responsibility on specific projects will vary from the role of Project Manager with responsibility for all aspects of a project to team member with responsibility for a specific part of a project, dependent on the nature of the project. The Project Engineer can expect to work on a range of projects from small continuous improvement tasks to large capital projects which could cover a range of technologies, including those which are outside the scope of their previous education and training.
2. Project Management: In order to manage projects effectively and ensure they are delivered within the agreed timescales and costs the Project Engineer is responsible for, or expected to assist the Divisional Engineering Director with, the following: Project planning; Project resources; Control of contractors; Cost estimating; Cost tracking.
3. Scoping & Specification: The Project Engineer will be responsible for agreeing the scope & specification of projects with the relevant stakeholders. Scoping & specification may include, but is not limited to: Agreeing project scope and objectives; Agreeing time scales and budgets; Developing technical aspects of projects; Developing New Technologies; Agreeing safety strategy & measures; Ensuring compliance with companies Health, Safety & Environmental policies; Ensuring compliance with conditions set out by the local authority and Environmental agency permits & licenses; Ensuring compliance with relevant legislation.
4. Project Documentation & Maintenance Handover: The Project Engineer is expected to work with the Maintenance & Production Departments during installation, commissioning & handover of new plant & equipment. This will include but is not limited to: Provision of Manuals & Drawings of new plant & equipment; Provision of Training to operators and/or maintenance engineers; Creation of maintenance procedures; Creation of safe working procedures; Provision of relevant software back-ups; Creation of relevant spares lists/stocks; Those documents necessary to effectively manage a project as outlined in section 2.
5. Post Implementation Project Reviews: The Project Engineer is responsible for working with the Engineering Manager to complete a post implementation review. As such the Project Engineer may be expected to complete testing, monitoring or analysis to determine whether or not key objectives have been met.
6. Project Health & Safety: The Project Engineer has a responsibility and a duty to manage health & safety at all stages of a project from conception, through installation & commissioning into operation and must ensure compliance with the groups Health & Safety policies at all times. The level of responsibility on any given project will be in line with the scope of their responsibility on that project.
7. During Design & Specification this responsibility includes, but is not limited to: Safe Access; Environmental Considerations; Safety Control Systems; Safe Operation; Safe Maintenance; Safe Installation; Selection of Contractors; HAZOP or similar safety studies.
8. During Installation this responsibility includes, but is not limited to: Control of Contractors; Approval of Method Statements & Risk Assessments; Completion of Risk Assessments; Agreeing Safe Working Procedures; Issuing of Work Permits; Review of Contractor Performance; Accident Reporting & Investigation;
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9. During Commissioning & Handover this responsibility includes, but is not limited to: Commissioning Checks.; Testing of Safety Systems; Safe start-up procedures; Operator Training where appropriate; Completion of pre-production risk assessment corrective actions.
10. Health & Safety & Mandatory Requirements: The Project Engineer as with all employees has a responsibility for constant monitoring of all aspects of Health, Safety & Environmental compliance with the companies Health, Safety & Environmental policies, including but not limited to: Risk Assessments & Safe Working procedures; Accident reporting & investigation; Providing ongoing safety instructions to all team members; Promoting safe working practices; Promoting effective standards of housekeeping; Encouraging a 5S approach and continuous improvement;
11. Flexibility & Team Approach: The Project Engineer will form part of the engineering and operations teams. They will be expected to have a team-based approach, a willingness to help others and a flexible approach to working hours as from time to time it will be necessary to work at weekends.
12. Plant Reliability & Production Needs: The Project Engineer forms part of the engineering team and will from time to time be expected to work with the Maintenance Department and/or Production to resolve safety, reliability, performance or continuous improvement issues on existing plant & equipment or in connection with production related issues. This may occasionally include ‘out of hours’ support or call outs.
13. Environmental Issues: The Project Engineer is responsible for working with the Engineering Manager to ensure environmental legislation and the groups environmental policies are complied with at all times and throughout all stages of a Projects lifetime.
14. Managing & Developing Self: The Project Engineer is responsible for monitoring personal performance and following a program of personal development including, but not limited to: Using own time effectively; Being self-disciplined and self-motivated; Taking responsibility for own actions; Being approachable & receptive to constructive advice; Delegating tasks to suitable individuals; Leading by example.; Identifying personal training and development needs; Setting challenging personal goals.
15. Supervision, Training & Development of Engineering Team: The Divisional Project Engineer is expected to work with the Divisional Engineering Projects Leader as required to ensure best use of available resources to provide effective & efficient support to the production teams. Where appropriate this may include: Providing active & encouraging leadership; Promoting the divisional management philosophy by building mutual trust & respect; Promote openness; Participate in and/or conduct regular performance appraisals and identify appropriate training and development for members of the Engineering team; Provide appropriate motivation to individuals and the project team; Aid the Divisional Engineering Projects Leader to make effective recruitment & promotion decisions.
16. Monitor performance improvements sharing & promoting best practices; Ensuring compliance with the company’s relevant ISO standards for Health & Safety, Environmental Issues and Quality; Working with the Maintenance Manager to act as Mentors to apprentices within the apprentice scheme to develop them through instruction, training & coaching.
17. Travel & other Sites: The majority of projects will be at different sites within the group which will mean prolonged periods of travel.
18. Protection of Technological & Confidential Information: The Project Engineer has a responsibility to ensure technological know-how and confidential information is treated with great care at all times and is not allowed to fall into the hands of suppliers or competitors who may benefit from it.
19. New & Current Technology: The Project Engineer is expected to keep up to date with new & current technologies that have the potential to add value to the business.
20. Other Reasonable Duties
As a member of the Regional or Site Compliance Teams, in addition to your regular duties, you will need to:
• Monitor and measure compliance performance, across all Teams and Processes, using the relevant tools, systems and spreadsheets;
• Report any issues or potential issues which you find or are made aware of;
• Contribute to the comprehensive completion of F001-Group Monthly Compliance Report, to be sent to Regional & Divisional Heads of Compliance, by the appointed dates;
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• Contribute to the development and regular review of the Compliance Risk Assessment document;
• Undertake Internal Audits on a regular basis, covering group Controls, Processes and Procedures, to help identify deficiencies or opportunities for improvement;
• Plan and implement effective corrective action(s) to eliminate causes of non-conformities or other undesirable situations;
• Highlight any training needs across all Departments, which Line Managers can look to incorporate into their Team’s Appraisal and Development process;
• Train, Educate and provide Advice to staff at all levels, regarding the business compliance objectives and obligations.
This job description sets out the main duties of the post at the date when it was drawn up. Such duties may vary from time to time without changing the general character of the post or the level of responsibility entailed. Such variations are a common occurrence and cannot of themselves justify a reconsideration of the grading of the post. This list of duties is not exhaustive and from time to time staff will be asked to undertake any other reasonable tasks in relation to their role.
Pembridge UK/ EU (large amount of travel)
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Prosimy o załączenie klauzuli:
Wyrażamy zgodę na przetwarzanie danych osobowych w naszej ofercie w celu pozyskania danych przez pracowników Headcount Solutions Polska Sp. z oo, Al. Jerozolimskie 56c, 00-803 Warszawa, Ustawa o ochronie danych osobowych z dnia 29.08.1997 r. (Tekst jednolity: Dz.U. 2016 poz. 926 z późn. Zm.).