Waste water process engineer / performance manager

Employer
Additional Resources
Location
Perivale, Greater London
Salary
£35000 - £40000/annum
Posted
Jan 22, 2022
Closes
Feb 07, 2022
Ref
2834749485
Organization Type
Firm, Consulting Engineering
Waste Water Process Engineer / Performance - London (Greenford)

Salary - £35k - £40k + Pension + Excellent Benefits + Laptop + Phone + Hybrid Working

The Client:

Our client is a leading consultancy, who are a specialist rain water harvesting, recycling and water management. Highly successful company who have been in business for a number of years offer advice from design stage to installation. The firm provides a full range of services for the commercial, education, retail, leisure and residential sector.

The Role:

Oversee aspects regarding quality in the company (technical, design/sales, procurement, project delivery and operations etc.)
Develop and roll out remote monitoring systems for reporting on performance and long-term operation of assets.
Investigate, troubleshoot technical issues and develop corrective solutions
Report on technical performance of systems and components
Project / site coordination - technical review of designs, manufacturer coordination, closing feedback loop to sales/design
Develop supplier performance assessment and quality requirements with procurement
Collects feedback on the companys performance from clients (consultants, FM and contractors)
Work with the design lead to develop internal technical standards
Create guides or procedures for engineers including water quality monitoring and training
Help develop quality standards towards achieving ISO-9001
Look for improvements or new opportunities - product or process development where required.

Qualifications:

Degree or HNC in engineering or environmental-related subject.

Knowledge/ Experience:

Previous experience with an engineering company. Water/ wastewater industry, asset management, or manufacturing experience is desirable.
Broad MEICA & process engineering knowledge
Performance monitoring and quality assurance experience
Experience working on site - whether in an operational or maintenance role
Ability to work on own initiative on technical matters
An understanding of procurement, construction and quality standards
A good understating of the regulatory requirements
Good communication and presentation skills
Proven to collaborate and work effectively within a team.

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