Senior Mechanical Engineer - Water

Water & Utilities
  • UK, South West, Avon, Bristol
  • Permanent, Contract
  • Full time
  • Negotiable
My client is a major design and engineering consultancy within and they are recruiting for a Senior Mechanical Engineer to join their projects in Bristol The role will report to the senior mechanical engineer as part of the mechanical delivery team and include the procurement, subcontractor management and...
  • Posted
  • Deadline: 08.08.2024

Managing consultant

Nisa Hamid

Quote ref: 3087/28587

Quote ref: 3087/28587

Job description

My client is a major design and engineering consultancy within and they are recruiting for a Senior Mechanical Engineer to join their projects in Bristol  

 

The role will report to the senior mechanical engineer as part of the mechanical delivery team and include the procurement, subcontractor management and supervision, engineering support, installation, and testing mechanical plant on multiple Worksites  

 

The role is for a mechanical engineer to be part of the team that delivers the MEICA permanent works.  

 

The successful candidate will work within the Contractor’s MEICA and commissioning team, working alongside the many other disciplines and stakeholders.  

 

Although much of the work is site based, there is some flexibility with respect to working from home for this role when site works do not require attendance. Attendance to UK manufacturing facilities for factory inspection and acceptance testing of electrical equipment will at times be necessary  

 

Key Responsibilities  

- Reviewing final designs and managing change control for mechanical scopes of works, inclusive of mechanical isolation plant, hydraulic power unit systems, pumping and ventilation and odour control plant  

- Procurement and supply chain management with respect to mechanical scope on the project  

- Ensuring compliance of mechanical works with the applicable specifications and standards, and the application of safety and quality systems  

- Planning, coordinating, and attending factory acceptance tests  

- Managing and coordinating on-site mechanical works to achieve a safe and high standard of installation to programme and budget  

- Scheduling and coordinating Worksite inspections, testing and pre-commissioning, inclusive of client acceptance and testing  

- Carrying out a safety role as a mechanical Authorised Persons providing mechanical isolation and associated permitting

Requirements

- A mechanical engineer with experience of working on Water Industry construction projects, preferably with experience of large and complex deliveries  

- A proactive person who can operate effectively as part of a large project delivery team, while being collaborative in interfacing with multiple stakeholders and disciplines, and across multiple worksites  

- Someone who is comfortable engaging with clients and end users and has good communication and collaboration skills  

- Someone with a commitment to Right first time in terms of quality and who is able to work within a high governance environment  

- Experience of working within, and administering works to, the framework of an NEC 3 contract would be of value  

- A person with a good grounding in engineering and technical skills who can support other discipline interfaces and provide effective fault finding and lessons learnt

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