Construction Area Engineer

AM Recruitment
Bridgwater, Somerset
£60000/annum Site Bonus
Closing date
Jun 7, 2023

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Construction Engineering
Position Type
Engineer, Staff Engineer
Organization Type
Construction, Other
Our Client is looking to recruit a Construction Area Engineer to be based on-site at Hinkley Point C.
The role is to provide effective and practical construction input into the contract execution phase of the project to ensure constructability aspects of the project execution are adequately considered.
Your new position will involve:
Our expectations of you will be to:
Qualifications & Experience:
Produce Risk Assessed Method Statements for the Installation and Erection of Power Plant Equipment including static and rotating equipment.
Ensure that construction hazards and risks are fully considered by designers and contractors during the detailed engineering activities and that the appropriate mitigation is taken.
Reviews all engineering documentation for compliance with contract requirements.
Suggests new methods, procedures and work processes to continuously improve the project execution work process.
Is cognisant and aware of the commercial implications of decisions and the effect on construction activities.
Keeps Project Management team (PM Team) informed about engineering progress and problems.
Ensure coordination with all project stakeholders to facilitate project.
Liaise with the Client and PM team to ensure timely and effective release of construction data/drawings and resolution of problems.
Ensure that efficient and effective communications are maintained between the Client and PM team, ensuring that all reporting requirements are met.
Ensure, through review and monitoring, that the construction schedules are maintained, and that early mitigation of slippage is appropriately actioned.
Provide notification of any potential commercial risk or opportunity to the Project Management team for further action.
Assist in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships between all assigned construction team members and the HSE team at all levels to provide a consistent approach and proactive, effective resolution of issues.
Provide work packs for the supervision and trade teams to utilise for the erection and oversee the activities ensuring safety and quality are at the forefront of all aspect of the daily duties.
Provide permits to work for the working party.
Ensure that construction quality is maintained at an acceptable level, including compliance of all required records and tests; thus ensuring that turnover of each portion and the whole of the Works are successfully achieved
The candidate should either be degree qualified in Mechanical Engineering or have suitable heavy Engineering experience in moving and installing equipment in the range of 2Te to 200Te sections.
Monitors performance and productivity of projects assigned engineering resources and provides feedback to supervisor and Pm team.
Monitors adequacy of staffing on assigned projects and works with resource managers to make necessary adjustments.
Communicate effectively within a team
Take responsibility and accountability for your actions & work
Demonstrates commitment to always working safely.
Flexibility to comply with company and client requirements.
Adaptable in utilising skills outside of core discipline
Work with other team members / disciplines and in a multi - cultural environment.
Desire for self-development; to learn and develop within the role and develop others when required.
Use of initiative/ be proactive to problem solve or work without direct supervision.
Behaves in an honest, fair and ethical manner.
Strong organisational, planning and time management skills.
Educated to at least HNC Standard in relevant field.
Thorough understanding of Engineering and Construction Industry namely within Oil, Gas and Nuclear.
CCNSG Safety Pass or CSCS HS&E MAPS Test
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Project Specifics
The position will be based onsite, starting ASAP through until project completion circa 2026.
This role will be a direct report to the onsite Construction Manager.
Working Hours: Initially working a basic 45 hours per week Monday to Friday, with the potential to increase to weekend working at a later date and to suit the project requirements. Review of the working pattern from the end of 2023 to work 12 day fortnight (yet to be confirmed).
Must be eligible to work in the U.K

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