Our Government Client is currently recruiting for an Electrical Design Engineer, on a 1 year contract paying £39 Ph hour inside IR35, to be based in Cumbria or Warrington.
Role: Electrical Design Engineer
Contract Length: 1 year
Location: Cumbria or Warrington
Pay Rate to Candidate: £39 p/h
The role holder will report to a Senior / Lead CE&I Engineer or CE&I Responsible Engineer and will need to be able to fulfil the requirements of SQEP role: SR0754 “CE&I Designer”.
A key aspect of this role is the ability to quickly self-deliver pragmatic CE&I design solutions from a brief problem statement with minimal supervision and to be responsive to changing priorities. It is expected that the role holder will have the ability / experience to produce a design pack in totality including production of CAD drawings when required.
The role involves working collaboratively with the System Engineering community to deliver the best outcome for the business.
There will be no line management duties in this role however the role holder will be expected to support more junior members of the team in the production of design packs. Hours of work are flexible around the core hours of 9.30 to 16.00 and a 37-hour week is expected.
Design support deliverables will fall into three main categories:
1. “Routine” design support to Plant Engineering at the request of the respective OUEM, typically comprising:
• Review of PMPs, MSC papers, technical papers, commissioning test documents, etc. and attendance at the relevant Committee meetings. Processing of TQs, Concessions and Production Permits, e.g. for plant spares, etc.
• Obsolescence issues and specifying replacement instruments or parts.
• Review of Drawings and Plant discrepancies and the associated drawing records updates.
• Resolution of minor queries and provision of advice and guidance on design and configuration management.
2. Design support to urgent plant breakdown issues at the request of the plant operators, typically comprising:
• Attendance at Operational Decision Making meetings.
• Engagement with Design Capability or Project office design engineers for specialist support.
• Preparation of necessary design deliverables in support of plant recovery
3. Preparation of design packages that will typically include:
• Plant visits and site surveys
• Stakeholder discussions and scope agreement with the client
• Outline Installation Method Statements.
• Equipment Data Sheets
• CDM Risk Assessments
• Substantiation of Safety Systems
• Design reviews
• Record updates