Project Administrator and Coordinator

Position: Project Administrator and Coordinator

Location: Cambridgeshire

Salary: £25,000 (DOE), Plus Excellent Benefits Package

The Role:

Working within a Framework JV made up of seven partner companies and their extended supply chain, delivering over half of Anglian Water’s capital investment programme. The framework is heading into its latest Asset Management Period, known as AMP7 which will the delivery of a £1.8bn programme of work over the next five years.

Working within the Engineering team, providing project and technical delivery support to a designated programme of work. You will produce, develop, facilitate, coordinate, and monitor a range of technical delivery support schedules and administration across the project lifecycle.

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the coordination and production of deliverables on a number of schemes within the portfolio of work
  • Maintain working knowledge of the Capital Delivery Process; produce and maintain a reference file for the team to refer to
  • Work with Document Control to ensure project files comply with the document management requirements
  • Coordinate DM1 – DM6 deliverables and ensure final documentation is produced on time and to agreed standards
  • Liaise with the PDM to document and ensure visibility of outstanding deliverables and proof of deliverables are accessible to the wider team
  • Undertake key administrative tasks i.e. arranging and minuting meetings, keep project trackers up to date, produce reports and coordinate communications amongst the team
  • Establish areas of improvements; suggest these initiatives and implement upon agreement from the team to aid output and promote outperformance

Experience:

  • Previous administrative experience with an awareness of how this role can contribute to successful project delivery
  • Organising meetings and taking effective minutes
  • With the desire to learn and develop new skills
  • Strong IT skills

Project Engineer – Energy Optimisation

Position: Project/Delivery Engineer – Energy Optimisation

Location: Cambridgeshire

Salary: £up to £38k (DOE) plus excellent Benefits Package

The Role:

Working within a Framework JV made up of seven partner companies and their extended supply chain, delivering over half of Anglian Water’s capital investment programme.

The framework is in its latest Asset Management Period, known as AMP7 which will deliver a £1.8bn programme of work over the next five years.

The optimisation teams are responsible for identifying and developing energy specific optimisation opportunities across the system as Anglian Water looks to adapt to environmental and regulatory challenges that exist while still meeting and exceeding customer expectations.

To successfully achieve this, our client is looking for a number Delivery Engineers on permanent and fixed term contracts to focus on delivering energy efficiency solutions across the Anglian Water region.

Responsibilities:

You’ll work with a range of teams to engineer specific and tailored solutions that are cost effective and efficient, within agreed timescales and cost constraints, utilising appropriate delivery routes.  

The role requires a good level of general water or engineering knowledge with a specialism in energy efficiency, preferably with a technical or project engineering discipline.

Through expert analysis of existing water and water recycling systems you’ll consider opportunities and projects to reduce energy consumption in the treatment process and associated assets, for example pumps and motors.  

Using technical and process experience, you’ll provide support to the Water and Water Recycling Optimisation Team and Business Streams in relation to a reduction in operating costs.

The role will enable integration and collaboration across the Operational Sub-Business streams and wider key stakeholder areas.

The role will support embedding of new technologies and solutions.

These will facilitate the efficient operation of their systems

Experience:

Strong technical knowledge and operational experience within energy optimisation 

Proven track record of identifying and delivering projects or coordinating complex tasks and activities to support planned outcomes, preferably in an energy optimisation environment   

Proven financial management skills and ability to control a project budget 

Qualified in an engineering discipline such as mechanical, electrical, process or civil

A background in construction or process industries would be advantageous together with an ambition to develop a career in this sector.

Able to travel across the Anglian Water region as required to support projects.

Able to establish and sustain strong relationships with multiple stakeholders and work in a collaborative fashion.

Confident, proactive and willing to take accountability to drive performance.

IT literate and open to new technology, you’ll demonstrate resilience and maintain energy and focus when under pressure.

Key Words:

Project Emgineer

Project Engineering

Project Delivery

Delivery Engineer

Technical Coordinator

Energy Efficiency

Energy Optimisation

Renewables

Energy Reduction

Water Industry

Water Sector

Water Treatment

Water Recycling

Wastewater

Sewage

Construction

Mechanical Engineer

Mechanical Engineering

Electrical Engineer

Electrical Engineering

Civil Engineer

Civil Engineering

Power Engineer

Power Engineering

Power Generation

Power Optimisation

Engineering Data Coordinator

Position: Engineering Data Coordinator

Location: Peterborough with hybrid working

Salary Guide: £35,000 (negotiable DOE) plus excellent benefits package

The Role:

Working within a Framework JV made up of seven partner companies and their extended supply chain, delivering over half of Anglian Water’s capital investment programme.

The framework is heading into its latest Asset Management Period, known as AMP7 which will deliver a £1.8bn programme of work over the next five years.

Undertaking circa 800 projects across the region requires teams to collaborate and work towards common objectives to deliver the best service possible to clients.

To further enhance engineering performance and to deliver the most innovative water and water recycling projects across the region, our Client is looking for an Engineering Data Coordinator to play a central role in driving their digital transformation and linking key data and information across their teams.

A founding principle of the @one Alliance and what has continued to make it a success, has been its ability to challenge conventional ways of working and to innovate. Over the last two years, the Engineering Team within the @one Alliance has been on a digital transformation journey, developing various innovative and sector-leading digital applications that automate design. Data analytics is at the heart of this transformation.

To maintain the pace of that transformation, our Client is seeking an Engineering Data Coordinator to support the engineering innovation team. You will define, develop and manage the engineering data architecture, whilst exploring other areas of efficiency and opportunity.

Key responsibilities:

Gather engineering data for each discipline and map this

Create an engineering data architecture and align with their client’s data architecture

Work collaboratively with their client’s teams, including the Digital Team, to ensure data is consistent, understood and embedded in the CAD/BIM model production process

Work with the client to ensure future, effective and efficient alignment of engineering data structures

Train the engineering teams on the defined data structures

Proactively engage with key stakeholders to ensure updates and key messages regarding engineering data architecture is shared

Identify efficiencies with the engineering data architecture and support the engineering team to identify insights.

Skills, Experience and Qualifications:

A Degree, or Level 5 qualification or higher, preferably in Engineering

PostgreSQL database management

Proficient in Microsoft Office

Water and/or wastewater design experience would be an advantage but not essential

CAD Technician X5

Position: CAD Technician

Location: Peterborough – Hybrid Working Available

Salary Guide: £40,000 (Guide Salary Depending On Experience)

Our client is a Tier 1 D&B Contractor operating predominately in the water industry, who are delivering a significant proportion of Anglian Water’s AMP7 programme of clean and wastewater non-infrastructure and infrastructure projects throughout the Anglia region. They are looking for a number of CAD Technicians with either mechanical or civil experience and who have a good understanding of Autodesk Revit.

You will report directly to the Engineering Lead and the responsibilities will include:

  • Ensure designs are completed in accordance with CDM Regulations.
  • Manage CAD workload.
  • Acts as Digital Delivery Champion.
  • Ensure a safe working environment for all staff.
  • Coordinating design outputs across all technical disciplines.
  • Raising and resolution of technical queries.
  • Establish working relationships with construction staff and supply chain representatives to promote buildability and supply chain efficiency in design outputs.

About the Candidate:

  • Several years’ experience in a multi-disciplinary engineering environment.
  • Autodesk Revit Experience
  • Broad experience in the use and application of common engineering software and IT.
  • Working and theoretical understanding of 3D modelling standards and QA processes.
  • Self-starter, curious and inquiring nature with key interest in the detail of how civil structures come together.
  • Must be delivery driven with the ability to set targets and manage and motivate multi-disciplinary teams to deliver to time, cost and quality objectives.

Graduate Pipeline Engineer

Position: Graduate Pipeline Engineer

Location: Cambridgeshire with hybrid working

Salary: £29-35k Negotiable (DOE), Plus Excellent Benefits Package

The Role:

Working within a Framework JV made up of seven partner companies and their extended supply chain, delivering over half of Anglian Water’s capital investment programme.

The framework is heading into its latest Asset Management Period, known as AMP7 which will see the delivery of a £1.4bn programme of work over the next five years.

Our client’s large Delivery Team is always working to ensure the implementation of the highest standards of safe solutions across all disciplines, and to enhance the team. Our Client is currently amongst an exciting portfolio of projects for AMP7 (Asset Management Period 7) to keep the water flowing across the region.

Our Client is looking for a number of Pipeline Infrastructure Engineering Graduates to join them and contribute to their future success whilst being part of a designated scheme which will equip successful candidates with the skills, experience and opportunity to embark on a varied and fulfilling career.

As a new Pipeline Infrastructure Engineer Graduate, you’ll be supported and guided from experienced engineers and learn to be an expert in Civil Pipeline Engineering.

Working in collaboration with other disciplines to develop and detail appropriate solutions, you’ll adopt the principles of excellence in design based on the industry leading approaches practiced by the @one Alliance Delivery team.

You will be offered opportunities to gain the experience necessary to achieve chartered status in your chosen area such as site experience, commercial exposure and access to the digital tools to improve the quality of engineering design.

Responsibilities:

Contribute to development of solutions and suitable designs of sewerage/water networks that achieve the goals of Anglian Water in terms of customer, environment, and efficiency

Develop sustainable solutions that reduce carbon and protect the environment

Delivering consistently high-quality work and contributing to the overall effectiveness of the team whilst complying with Anglian Water’s POSWSH/POSWASTE procedures

Collaborate with the design team to develop 3D models and solutions

Support the team in the drive towards excellence in Health & Safety, demonstrating applied knowledge & skills to produce safe designs to discharge obligation according to CDM Regulations, standards, and accepted codes of practice

Proactively and reactively champion the need to deliver technical excellence ensuring the importance is understood and implemented across projects

Maintain close links with other Engineers, Technical Managers and Operations to ensure smooth interfaces between disciplines, manage gaps/overlaps and share best practice to optimise performance

Experience:

BEng or MEng/MSc Degree in Civil engineering.

Possess good knowledge and experience of undertaking calculations for pipeline designs and the ancillaries to a network (e.g. thrust blocks).

Ability to demonstrate a good knowledge of enabling activities and construction techniques.

With demonstrable experience in undertaking design of various civil engineering structures within the Water industry, you’ll be confident in optimising the use of digital platforms to bring innovative ideas to life.

Possessing strong communication, collaboration and stakeholder management skills to complement your proficiency in IT packages, you’ll relish solving complex engineering challenges and bring innovative ideas to the table to continuously improve our Client’s processes. Understanding the importance of stakeholder engagement, you’ll present new ideas underpinned by your expertise and solid data analysis and reports.

Packages includes:

A competitive salary

Hybrid Working

Car/car allowance (subject to role and level of position)

25 days holiday + Bank Holidays (with an additional 5 days available to buy)

Contribution Pension scheme

Life Assurance

Health Insurance

Key Words:

Pipeline

Pipelines

Construction

Design

Civile Engineering

Civil Engineer

Graduate Engineer

Infrastructure

Sewerage

Water Networks

Water Distribution

Sewers

Site Manager – Utilities

Position: Site Manager – Water/Utilities

Location: Anglian Water Region

Salary Guide: £50,000 (DOE) Plus Car/Allowance and Benefits

Our client is a Tier 1 D&B Contractor operating predominately in the water industry, who have been awarded a £1.8 Billion programme of work to deliver over 800 infrastructure and non-infrastructure projects for Anglian Water.

They are looking to recruit Site Managers from either an M&E or a Civil engineering background to be based throughout the region who can lead these projects from inception to completion.

Based on designated sites, you’ll lead supervisors, delivery teams and subcontractors ensuring resources are utilised to an optimum level to meet budgets and delivery programmes to the highest quality and safety standards. You’ll play a key role in ensuring operational issues are flagged to Project Delivery Managers whilst encouraging your team to work in a proactive and innovative fashion to solve on-site issues and keep projects on track.

Key responsibilities:

  • Provide active positive leadership of Health & Safety on site.
  • Responsible for driving cultural change into the Delivery and Design Teams to eliminate/minimise physical and nonphysical waste – i.e. recycling techniques and standing time etc.
  • Oversee the management of site-based Supervisors, Delivery Teams and relevant areas of the supply chain to drive timely completion of projects, safely and within budget.
  • Coach and mitigate underperformance of site team members to reduce the possibility of conflict and optimise performance.
  • Ensure all initiatives are supported and implemented with minimal disruption by understanding preliminary and detailed design/project requirements and solutions.
  • Proactively maintain all key site documentation including Health & Safety, Operation & Maintenance Manuals, site changes and contracts to meet legislation and company standards.
  • Specify procurement requirements of plant, materials and specialist subcontractors using an appropriate financial management accounting system.
  • Work closely with the project teams and program planner through our online portals to proactively manage site performance.
  • To actively participate in collaborative planning and project rehearsals to ensure optimal buildability at design stage.
  • Actively promote on site quality workmanship – a right first time approach, highlight and record defects pro-actively and rectification in a timely manner.

Skills, Experience and Qualifications:

  • Certificate in Site Safety Management
  • Managerial CSCS Card
  • Mechanical and Electrical or Construction industry experience
  • SEATS (Site Environmental Awareness Training Scheme)
  • First Aid at Work Courses
  • Certified Fire Marshall
  • Experience in the water or utilities sector on either infrastructure or non-infrastructure projects
  • Knowledge of water and waste water treatment processes

Project/Engineering Administrator

Position: Project/Engineering Administrator

Location: Cambridgeshire with hybrid working

Salary: £25k Negotiable (DOE), Plus Excellent Benefits Package

The Role:

Working within a Framework JV made up of seven partner companies and their extended supply chain, delivering over half of Anglian Water’s capital investment programme.

The framework is heading into its latest Asset Management Period, known as AMP7 which will the delivery of a £1.8bn programme of work over the next five years.

Undertaking circa 800 projects across the region requires teams to collaborate and work towards common objectives to deliver the best service possible to clients.

Working within the Engineering team, providing project and technical delivery support to a designated programme of work. You will produce, develop, facilitate, coordinate, and monitor a range of technical delivery support schedules and administration across the project lifecycle.

As you understand how the alliance operates and you gain knowledge and confidence of processes, you’ll accumulate skills and experience by working cross-functionally to enable support of other teams to increase synergy and efficiency between delivery teams.

Responsibilities:

Support the production of meeting presentations, reports and issuing of Land Entry Notices by liaising with internal and external teams/organisations

Assist the engineers in producing key public relations communications to ensure customer awareness and satisfaction is as high as possible

Assist the Engineering team in scoping survey requirements and liaison with the Survey Co-ordination Team

Record and submit carbon usage for the team; assess and understand areas where carbon reduction or efficiency can be achieved

Support the Technical Managers and Lead Technical Managers in the administrative elements of their roles, such as customer surveys and communication of team updates and achievements

Establish areas of administrative process improvements and implement these enhancements to increase output

Collaborate with other Team Coordinators to create a community where knowledge and processes sharing is encouraged

Experience:

Demonstrable experience of taking responsibility for administration and reporting outputs and be accustomed to working in collaborative teams. You’ll show passion for developing your career in an engineering environment to compliment your strong administrative skills.

Showcasing strong organisational and prioritising skills to complement your enthusiasm, you’ll enjoy working with a number of people and teams to build relationships. Using your strong IT skills, you’ll be confident in producing reports and analysis to aid decision making.

Key Words:

Administration

Administrator

Engineering

Technical Coordinator

Technical Coordination

Technical Administrator

Technical Administration

Project Coordinator

Project Coordination

Project Administrator

Project Administration

Engineering Administrator

Engineering Administration

Site Surveys

Process Improvement

Team Coordinator

Team Coordination

Reporting

Projects

Engineering

Civil Site Supervisor

Position: Civil Site Supervisor

Location: Anglian Water Region

Salary Guide: £40,000 – £49,000 Plus Car/Allowance and Excellent Package

Our client is a Tier 1 D&B Contractor operating predominately in the water industry, who have been awarded a £1.3 Billion programme of work to deliver over 800 infrastructure and non-infrastructure projects for Anglian Water.

They are looking to recruit Site Supervisors from a Civil engineering background with Utilities experience to be based throughout the region who can lead these projects from inception to completion.

Leading the team towards safety, quality and project targets on a consistent basis, you’ll be a vital link between their Site Managers and Site Operatives by ensuring key messages are appropriately conveyed. You will lead by example and provide your teams with the exposure and opportunity to flourish whilst ensuring all targets are met.

Key responsibilities:

  • Ensure work carried out meets the requirements via a range of activities including site inspections, reviewing method statements and risk assessments and delivering toolbox talks
  • Ensure site personnel have relevant training and plant equipment/ machinery are in good working order with in-date certificates
  • Communicate with site team members on upcoming activities ensuring all requirement’s are met minimising any delays to production
  • Oversee temporary works ensuring work is installed as per design and Site Manager kept updated accordingly
  • Encourage and promote near miss reporting ensuring close outs delivered and fed back to site manager and operatives
  • Champion a ‘Get it right first time’ mentality; Check quality of finished products delivered by teams ensuring product is completed to a high standard
  • Schedule, coordinate and supervise the daily activities of gangs/site operatives
  • Order and manage hired internal and external equipment on a daily basis to optimise performance and reduce costs

Skills, Experience and Qualifications:

  • SSSTS / SMSTS
  • Managerial CSCS Card
  • SEATS (Site Environmental Awareness Training Scheme)
  • First Aid at Work Courses
  • Certified Fire Marshall

Package includes:

  • A competitive salary
  • Car/car allowance (subject to role and level of position)
  • 25 days holiday + Bank Holidays (with an additional 5 days available to buy)
  • Contribution Pension scheme
  • Life Assurance
  • Health Insurance
  • Private medical Insurance
  • And many more benefits including – cycle to work scheme, discounts and savings Hub, kids pass etc.

CAD Technician X5

Position: CAD Technician

Location: Peterborough – Hybrid Working Available

Salary Guide: £40,000 (Guide Salary Depending On Experience)

Our client is a Tier 1 D&B Contractor operating predominately in the water industry, who are delivering a significant proportion of Anglian Water’s AMP7 programme of clean and wastewater non-infrastructure and infrastructure projects throughout the Anglia region. They are looking for a number of CAD Technicians with either mechanical or civil experience and who have a good understanding of Autodesk Revit.

You will report directly to the Engineering Lead and the responsibilities will include:

  • Ensure designs are completed in accordance with CDM Regulations.
  • Manage CAD workload.
  • Acts as Digital Delivery Champion.
  • Ensure a safe working environment for all staff.
  • Coordinating design outputs across all technical disciplines.
  • Raising and resolution of technical queries.
  • Establish working relationships with construction staff and supply chain representatives to promote buildability and supply chain efficiency in design outputs.

About the Candidate:

  • Several years’ experience in a multi-disciplinary engineering environment.
  • Autodesk Revit Experience
  • Broad experience in the use and application of common engineering software and IT.
  • Working and theoretical understanding of 3D modelling standards and QA processes.
  • Self-starter, curious and inquiring nature with key interest in the detail of how civil structures come together.
  • Must be delivery driven with the ability to set targets and manage and motivate multi-disciplinary teams to deliver to time, cost and quality objectives.

Office Assistant / Meetings Coordinator

Position: Office Assistant / Meetings Coordinator

Location: Peterborough

Salary: £25,000 (DOE), Plus Excellent Benefits Package

The Role:

Our client is a large engineering company who have been awarded a contract with Anglian Water to design, build and refurbish their water treatment plants. They are recruiting for an Office Assistant and Meetings Coordinator to drive the most efficient and robust meetings in their Delivery teams and ensuring meeting agenda covering safety, time frames, budgets and quality are effectively met. You’ll ensure each of these areas of project delivery have set meetings and agendas at certain times throughout delivery, to help drive project completion.

Responsibilities:

  • Ensure CPMS Delivery Process meetings are accurately scheduled, prepared and appropriately facilitated to optimise outputs
  • Securely keep records of meetings so they can be reflected upon for reference points, data, analysis, audit trails and aiding business decisions
  • Ensure ongoing support is provided to all participants of the meetings so they can suitably maximise their input and obtain suitable training
  • Through keeping abreast of technological advancements and professionally challenging the status quo; drive continuous improvements where possible
  • Proactively ensure meetings are facilitated to the highest standards by ensuring everyone has a voice and our values and behaviours are adhered to at all times
  • Become a recognised subject matter expert of the CPMS Delivery Process across the @one alliance and share approaches to successful meeting to other teams

Experience:

To join the Delivery team in playing a critical part in of the successful delivery of hundreds of projects around the region, you’ll have experience of facilitating meetings and have excellent administrative and IT skills.

Demonstrable experience of taking responsibility for administration and reporting outputs and be accustomed to working in collaborative teams. You’ll show passion for developing your career in an engineering environment to compliment your strong administrative skills.

Showcasing strong organisational and prioritising skills to complement your enthusiasm, you’ll enjoy working with a number of people and teams to build relationships. Using your strong IT skills, you’ll be confident in producing reports and analysis to aid decision making.