Mechanical Construction Engineer (Water)

Anglo Technical Recruitment
South East
Jan 22, 2022
Jan 29, 2022
Position Type
Engineer, Staff Engineer
Organization Type
Construction, Other
Job Title: Mechanical Construction Engineer (Water)

Location: London

Salary : £40,000 - £50,000

About the Role

The opportunity is to be part of the Thames Tideway Tunnel project which aims to achieve the ambitious target of Reconnecting London with the River Thames, by tackling the issue of frequent untreated sewage spills into the river from London's Victorian sewer network.

The project offices and worksites are in East London. There is some flexibility with respect to working from home for this role when site works do not require attendance.

The role is for a senior mechanical engineer to deliver the mechanical permanent works for Contractor delivering the East section of the Tideway Tunnel.

The successful candidate will work within the Contractors MEICA team, reporting to the MEICA Project Manager, and will work alongside the many other disciplines and stakeholders that make up the Tideway Tunnel project delivery team.

What we are looking for

A qualified mechanical engineer with a proven track record and with significant experience of working on large and complex construction projects within the Water Industry.

Someone capable of planning and managing the delivery of works assigned, and when needed can show leadership to other mechanical engineers, the client and mechanical supply chain members as necessary.

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

Someone able to apply ones skills to all aspects of the project life cycle, inclusive of design management, procurement, installation management, testing, commissioning, and handover.

A person able to work within a high governance environment, with a commitment to safety and quality best practices.

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

A person with experience of carrying out a mechanical authorised person safety role.

Someone with competences and experience of working to construction health and safety management regulations.

Someone with experience of working within the framework of an NEC 3 contract.

Strong engineering and technical skills, with some detailed design capability in addition to construction project delivery skills.

Experience of working within a BIM environment, using design management platforms, and coordinated 3D models.

Specific experience with mechanical isolation plant, hydraulic actuation plant, ventilation systems and air treatment for odour control.