Salary: salary dependant on experience
Contract: 12 months and then to be reviewed
Location: South Killingholme
A global client who has been operating in the UK for over 65 years. You'll be joining a company that is excited about the future of energy and the part their seasoned leadership and talented teams will play within this.
From the refinery based on the east coast, which is one of the most complex within the company portfolio and one of the most sophisticated refineries in Europe. They produce transport fuels and other products for customers in the UK and globally.
They are now seeking an experienced Civil Engineer to join their team in South Killingholme. Where you will be directly supporting the Refinery Civil & Structural Engineer, providing discipline support & technical expertise, covering:
Maintenance, short and long-term strategy
Turn around and shut down support
New projects, development, and implementation
Writing and updating refinery discipline standards
Writing and updating inspections and surveys procedures
You job as a skilled Civil Engineer will be but not limited to:
Direct support to the Refinery Civil & Structural Engineer.
Develop and implement surveys and inspection program, covering, superstructures, stacks, silos, secondary containment structures, drains, sump, pits, road, rail track, fireproofing.
Liaise with consultants and specialists to develop specific solutions for projects, (small, medium, and large), maintenance and turnaround.
Liaise with plant owner to gather information for the development of specific solutions.
Be proficient in all, or most, of the aspects of Civil & Structural engineering techniques.
Design experience would be advantageous but not essential.
Provide Discipline input into RCA's, as required.
Act as a Discipline engineer contact for site & maintenance issues.
Aid in the development of maintenance strategies.
Aid in definition of discipline 'risk' areas & development of strategies
Act as 'Discipline Advisor implementing policy & discipline expertise for the refinery.
Promote a best practice, common learning & knowledge spreading culture within the discipline.
Implement sustainable Systems & Controlled Procedures to ensure discipline quality & compliance.
Provide Discipline input into all stages of Project development, (i.e., FEL, design assurance, procurement, RIDIT input).
Provide MOC Discipline guidance and direction.
Act as Discipline contact & approver of 'changes' being managed through the 'Live Link MOC System'.
Ensure alignment with new Discipline legislation, driving company awareness and requirements.
Communicate & review & implement the discipline standards.
Attend & proactively input into Discipline Meetings.
Be aware of up-to-date technologies and assess capabilities & future company use.
This is a full-time position, working days Monday to Friday 8.00am to 4.30pm on a 12-month contract which will be reviewed. Flexible working available.
Demonstrated technical expertise (to recognised professional level or equivalent).
Excellent communicator and presenter.
Wide industry / discipline knowledge and contacts.
Highly customer focused.
Understands role and uses expertise to contribute to business improvement.
Ability to manage conflicting priorities.
Decision maker & motivator
Edwards & Pearce acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. Edwards & Pearce is an Equal Opportunities Employer.