What you will be doing?
We are looking for a Constructability Engineer (Project Engineer) to join our clients team, working as part of the Delivery Team under the Design Manager to deliver a parcel of Pressure Reducing Valves (PRV) projects. The role will involve enabling projects to be delivered with respect to technical specifications, client needs and the needs and regulations of other stakeholders.
Support the Design Manager in the coordination of the design phase for each scheme.
Capture Outputs in the relevant corporate system.
Receive prioritised projects from the the clients design team for project locations
Coordinate the enabling works to assess the constructability
Assess the constructability of the PRV against a preferred design library
Lead Optioneering where appropriate
Coordinate the production of design by the design engineers
Develop projects in accordance with the agreed governance of the IOS Process
Develop solutions in line with corporate governance processes
Produce Pre-construction information
Comply with the corporate Risk and Value Process
Ensure standard products and other technical standards (e.g. minimum asset standards) are adhered to
Support the capture of outputs in the relevant corporate systems
Support the capture of asset changes (decommissioning, alteration, creation) in the relevant corporate systems
Customer management e.g. needs, system and cost requirements
External stakeholder management and internal operations liaison
Engagement, planning and resource scheduling
Complete and comply with all operational site H&S requirements to ensure safe working practices
Ensure Personal H&S & MTRA are completed and valid
Ensure near misses are recorded through Good catch
Carry out ad hoc risk assessment as necessary
Ensure your behavioural safety and subcontractor procurement aligns with the clients H&S principles:-
Nothing is so important that we cannot take the time to do it safely.
We will never knowingly walk past an unsafe or un-healthy act or condition
We are committed to the principle that all accidents and harm are preventable