Mechanical Project Engineer – Water

Position: Mechanical Project Engineer – Water

Location: Berkshire, Wiltshire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire Region

Salary Guide: £40,000 – £60,000 plus Car Allowance and Excellent Benefits

Our client is a Principal Contractor operating within the water industry and they are one of the framework partners to Thames Water working on their AMP7 schemes. They currently have a requirement for a Mechanical Project Engineer to project manage and engineer the mechanical equipment and associated plant for contracts to enable the project to be completed within the budget and time constraints to an overall quality standard.

They have committed to working collaboratively with Thames Water, their strategic suppliers and other stakeholders to embed MMC (Modern Methods of Construction), particularly off-site manufacturing.

Key Tasks:

  • Overall responsibility for working with consultant designer and suppliers to successfully deliver all mechanical requirements across a project portfolio.
  • Work with commercial team to procure all off and on site manufactured mechanical requirements particularly focusing on offsite assembly and modularisation.
  • Closely monitor the progress of off and onsite activities to ensure delivery against agreed programmes and budgets.
  • Contribute to a positive team culture and environment on your projects to support improved wellbeing and performance.
  • Responsible for undertaking factory inspections and quality audits and ensuring the highest level of quality and customer satisfaction for all mechanical installations.

Responsibilities:

  • Safety, Health and Wellbeing: Positively contribute to delivering Thames Water and our “Zero Incidents, Zero Harm, Zero Compromise” goals.
  • Productivity: Work with others to achieve a step change in productivity which will include implementing robust mechanical design, manufacture and installation quality management to achieve “right first time”.
  • Customer Focus: Establish and maintain trusting and effective relationships with Thames Water Operations and other stakeholders, delivering excellent customer service throughout project delivery.
  • Develop Sustainable Solutions: Display a sound knowledge of sustainable construction solutions and manage engineering activities that contribute to sustainable development.
  • Digital Engineering: Work with consultant designer and the supply chain to optimise the benefits of using digital tools and expertise to integrate our off and on site delivery approach.
  • Design Collaboration: Use the BIM model to ensure that mechanical designs and installations fully integrate with the civils and electrical designs.
  • Engineering Proposals and Design: Technical expertise in the placement and administration of sub-contracts and material orders relating to mechanical equipment. Preparation for, vetting and approval of supplier’s proposals and designs in accordance with specified requirements.
  • Supply Chain: Fully integrate and engage with the supply chain to assess and develop their capabilities so that they positively contribute to our delivery capability and capacity.
  • Supervision: Supervise mechanical installation works ensuring health and safety, technical and quality compliance.
  • Effective planning: Develop logical and accurate mechanical works programmes and integrate with overall project plan.
  • Reporting: Report on mechanical works programme and cost performance and attend project production meetings.
  • Quality assurance: Develop quality assurance plans and maintain quality assurance records.
  • Outage Management: Work with Thames Water Operations and other stakeholders to meticulously plan and successfully deliver outages.
  • Commissioning: Assisting Commissioning Engineers for pre-commissioning mechanical checks.
  • Handover Plans and Soft Landings: Contribute to the production of operating and maintenance manuals. Provide Thames Water personnel with operating and maintenance training.

Skills, Qualifications and Experience:

  • A high degree of technical knowledge and have relevant mechanical project engineering experience within a manufacturing or construction organisation.
  • Strong analytical, problem-solving and organisational skills who can multi-task and consistently meet challenging deadlines.
  • Commercially astute.
  • Experience of both pre-production and production mechanical project engineering desirable.
  • Has an appreciation of MMC, Lean Construction, Agile Programme Management, Production Thinking and other techniques that assure programme, cost and quality performance.
  • Programme focused with an ability to plan and organise resources both off and on site to deliver on time and in full.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to communicate with a range of people.
  • BIM/digital experience is essential.
  • Minimum HNC qualified in a mechanical engineering subject desirable.
  • IT literacy essential.
  • Professional qualification is desirable.
  • SMSTS safety qualification and relevant CSCS card is desirable.

Mechanical Supervisor

Position: Mechanical Supervisor – Water

Location: Kent

Salary Guide: £45,000 – £50,000 (DOE) Plus Car/Allowance & Package

Rate Guide: £350.00 Per Day (Inside IR35)

Our client is a Tier 1 D&B Contractor operating predominately in the water industry who have been awarded a programme of work to deliver non-infrastructure water and wastewater projects for Southern Water.

They are looking to recruit a Mechanical Supervisor on either a permanent or contract basis for a key project located near Maidstone where you oversee the removal of old high lift pumps and associated pipework and installation of new high lift pumps and pipework within an existing wet well.

You will report directly to the MEICA Manager and duties/responsibilities of the role will include:

  • Supervision of site Mechanical installations.
  • Ensuring SHE standards are maintained and safe systems of work are being adhered to.
  • Ensuring a high-quality product is being produced in line with current standards and specifications.
  • Verification of new systems.
  • Safe isolation of mechanical/hydraulic systems.
  • Monitor supply chain performance and programme.
  • Review and monitor supplier inspection and test plans ensuring they are up to date and relevant to the work activity.
  • Attend site inductions and toolbox talks.
  • Support Commissioning activities where required.
  • Attend collaborative planning meetings and have an active role in developing site delivery programmes.
  • As Mechanical Appointed Person, ensure electrical safety rules are adhered to and supporting documentation is produced in line with CMDP electrical safety rules.
  • Carry out mechanical/hydraulic/process isolations.
  • Carry out regular safety inspections on temporary and permanent equipment.
  • Hold 121’s with supply chain supervisors as required ensuring take 5s are carried out.
  • Assist with compilation of project takeover documentation.
  • Oversee pressure testing is being undertaken in line with current guidelines, and review test results.
  • Issue required mechanical permits.
  • Keep a daily diary of site activities.

Skills, Qualifications & Experience:

  • Mechanical Engineering qualification
  • Experience with clean water sites and water quality procedures on new installations
  • SSSTS or SMSTS – Required
  • FAAW – Required
  • CSCS card – required
  • EUSR Blue Card
  • Confined Space and First Aid

CAD Engineer

Position: CAD Engineer

Location: Plymouth

Salary: £30,000 – £35,000 Excellent Package (DOE)

The Role:

Our client is a large engineering company who operate predominately in the water industry. They have been awarded a contract with South West Water to design, build and refurbish their water treatment plants.

They are recruiting for a CAD Engineer with Revit or AutoCAD Plant 3D, Who will be responsible for the design of new Installations from P&ID’s and layouts for a number of schemes across the region.

Responsibilities:

  • Working from P&ID’s and layouts to design new installations.
  • Pipework detailing and drawings.
  • Structural steelwork GA’s
  • Co-ordinate & liaise with other internal and external mechanical, electrical, civil designers, sub-contractors & suppliers.
  • Attend internal design reviews.
  • Carry out site surveys
  • Assist with the design verification & validation processes.
  • Evaluation of potential hazards through design risk assessments.
  • Control of changes & effect during design & development process.
  • Control the flow of design documentation and filing using proprietary document control systems

Experience and Qualifications:

  • AutoCAD 3D Revit Experience is necessary. (AutoCAD Plant 3D.)
  • Experience in a process industry design role.
  • Mechanical Engineering qualification – NVQ, HNC, HND, Graduate.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft software packages.

Project Engineer – Water

Position: Project Engineer – Water

Location: Bristol

Salary: £40,000 – £50,000 Plus Car/Allowance and Package

The Role:

Our client is a large engineering company who operate predominately in the water industry. They have been awarded a contract with Wessex Water to design, build and refurbish their water treatment plants.

They are recruiting for a Project Engineer who will be responsible for the individual management of schemes predominately for the clean water industry, with a particular focus on capital improvement projects such as new Water Treatment Plants and pumping stations.

Responsibilities:

  • Outline engineering from inception to completion of schemes utilising in-house resources, site installation and construction personnel
  • The timely completion of multiple concurrent projects, safely and within budget
  • Liaise with client’s engineering and operations staff to ensure KPI’s are met or exceeded within budget constraints
  • Attend internal and external review and progress meetings
  • Active participant in Collaborative Planning
  • Attend site visits/meetings.
  • Ascertain preliminary and detailed design/project requirements and solutions
  • Prepare estimates and quotations
  • Complete contract documentation to the supply chain
  • Manage site safety, health and environmental issues
  • Co-ordinate and liaise with suppliers, specialist sub-contractors, in-house functions, site installations and construction teams
  • Procurement of plant, materials and specialist subcontractors.
  • Attend/undertake factory site and works testing, commissioning and client training
  • Compile and collate final contract documentation, “As built” drawings, test sheets etc. for inclusion into operation and maintenance manuals
  • Responsibility for Profit/Loss on contracts/packages undertaken
  • Establishing and agreeing price variations and final accounts with the project QS

Experience:

  • An industry applicable ONC/HNC/B.Eng or NVQ equivalent
  • Demonstrable experience of working within the water and / or sewage industries
  • Commercial and contractual awareness
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft packages

Keywords: Mechanical Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Project Delviery, Design, Water, Sewage, Wessex Water

Mechanic

Position: Mechanical Project Enginer – Water

Location: Derbyshire/Nottinghamshire

Salary Guide: £40,000 – £50,000 Plus Car/Allowacne and Excellent Benefits

Our client is a Tier 1 D&B Contractor operating predominately in the water industry, who are delivering a number of water and wastewater non-infrastructure projects supporting 6 major frameworks throughout the UK.

They are looking to recruit a Mechanical Project Engineer for a major water treatment project for Severn Trent Water. The project is valued at over £50m and will incorporate the latest technology, which has rarely been used in the UK previously. You will work with and support the Senior Project Manager and be an integral part of the project delivery team.

The responsibilities will include:

  • Ensure project costs do not exceed tender/varied allowance
  • Ensure all applications for payment are made on or before the due date
  • Ensure contract reviews, monthly forecasts are completed and submitted on time
  • Maintain good client relationships at all levels
  • Assist with the Project Management strategy
  • Establish and maintain the contract filing systems
  • Assist in the production of the contract programme; monitor programme and produce progress reports
  • Provide data for the timely production of O&M manuals
  • Produce Procurement packages
  • Liaise with subcontractors and suppliers
  • Liaise with site management on design and procurement issues
  • Monitor subcontract performance
  • Assist in the preparation of the construction completion and take over documentation
  • Work closely with design departments to ensure timely progressing of quality solutions
  • Evaluate innovative solutions and processes
  • Contribute to risk and opportunity schedules on a monthly basis
  • Ensure designs are developed which are safe to construct, commission, operate and maintain

Skills, Experience and Qualifications:

  • Mechanical Engineering qualification
  • Knowledge of water and waste water treatment processes
  • Good working knowledge of all relevant H&S legislation
  • Relevant CSCS Card
  • Ideally working towards professional recognition with a chartered body
  • Experience of the delivery of multi-disciplinary projects

Assistant Project Manager – Water

Position: Assistant Project Manager – Water

Location: Derbyshire/Nottinghamshire

Salary Guide: £50,000 – £55,000 Plus Car/Allowacne and Excellent Benefits

Our client is a Tier 1 D&B Contractor operating predominately in the water industry, who are delivering a number of water and wastewater non-infrastructure projects supporting 6 major frameworks throughout the UK.

They are looking to recruit an Assistant Project Manager for a major water treatment project for Severn Trent Water. The project is valued at over £50m and will incorporate the latest technology, which has rarely been used in the UK previously. You will work with and support the Senior Project Manager and be an integral part of the project delivery team.

The responsibilities will include:

  • Promote exceptional safety and delivery quality standards to direct and subcontracted work force.
  • Maintain the Company’s reputation on a project by ensuring good relationships are maintained.
  • Support and where appropriate ensuring that the BMS is implemented at all stages throughout the project delivery process.
  • Support and where appropriate ensuring, in conjunction with the design manager, that an adequate technical, safety and environmental review is carried out for each project to ensure successful delivery.
  • Support and where appropriate ensuring all commercial aspects of the project are managed in a timely and proactive way giving accurate forecast and estimates.
  • Understanding and implementing the Quality, Safety and Environmental Policies and Targets.
  • Supporting the project team in ensuring that all legal and industry standards impacted by the project are achieved.

Skills, Experience and Qualifications:

  • Civil, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering background
  • Previous water industry experience, preferable on clean water projects
  • Good working knowledge of all relevant H&S legislation and in particular duty holder relationships of CDM.
  • H&S qualification SMSTS/IOSH/NEBOSH
  • Relevant CSCS Card
  • Ideally working towards professional recognition with a chartered body
  • Experience of the delivery of multi-disciplinary projects
  • Experience in using Primavera or Power project

Mechanical Project Engineer – Water

Position: Mechanical Project Engineer – Water

Location: Berkshire, Wiltshire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire Region

Salary Guide: £50,000 – £60,000 plus Car Allowance and Excellent Benefits

Our client is a Principal Contractor operating within the water industry and they are one of the framework partners to Thames Water working on their AMP7 schemes. They currently have a requirement for a Mechanical Project Engineer to project manage and engineer the mechanical equipment and associated plant for contracts to enable the project to be completed within the budget and time constraints to an overall quality standard.

They have committed to working collaboratively with Thames Water, their strategic suppliers and other stakeholders to embed MMC (Modern Methods of Construction), particularly off-site manufacturing.

Key Tasks:

  • Overall responsibility for working with consultant designer and suppliers to successfully deliver all mechanical requirements across a project portfolio.
  • Work with commercial team to procure all off and on site manufactured mechanical requirements particularly focusing on offsite assembly and modularisation.
  • Closely monitor the progress of off and onsite activities to ensure delivery against agreed programmes and budgets.
  • Contribute to a positive team culture and environment on your projects to support improved wellbeing and performance.
  • Responsible for undertaking factory inspections and quality audits and ensuring the highest level of quality and customer satisfaction for all mechanical installations.

Responsibilities:

  • Safety, Health and Wellbeing: Positively contribute to delivering Thames Water and our “Zero Incidents, Zero Harm, Zero Compromise” goals.
  • Productivity: Work with others to achieve a step change in productivity which will include implementing robust mechanical design, manufacture and installation quality management to achieve “right first time”.
  • Customer Focus: Establish and maintain trusting and effective relationships with Thames Water Operations and other stakeholders, delivering excellent customer service throughout project delivery.
  • Develop Sustainable Solutions: Display a sound knowledge of sustainable construction solutions and manage engineering activities that contribute to sustainable development.
  • Digital Engineering: Work with consultant designer and the supply chain to optimise the benefits of using digital tools and expertise to integrate our off and on site delivery approach.
  • Design Collaboration: Use the BIM model to ensure that mechanical designs and installations fully integrate with the civils and electrical designs.
  • Engineering Proposals and Design: Technical expertise in the placement and administration of sub-contracts and material orders relating to mechanical equipment. Preparation for, vetting and approval of supplier’s proposals and designs in accordance with specified requirements.
  • Supply Chain: Fully integrate and engage with the supply chain to assess and develop their capabilities so that they positively contribute to our delivery capability and capacity.
  • Supervision: Supervise mechanical installation works ensuring health and safety, technical and quality compliance.
  • Effective planning: Develop logical and accurate mechanical works programmes and integrate with overall project plan.
  • Reporting: Report on mechanical works programme and cost performance and attend project production meetings.
  • Quality assurance: Develop quality assurance plans and maintain quality assurance records.
  • Outage Management: Work with Thames Water Operations and other stakeholders to meticulously plan and successfully deliver outages.
  • Commissioning: Assisting Commissioning Engineers for pre-commissioning mechanical checks.
  • Handover Plans and Soft Landings: Contribute to the production of operating and maintenance manuals. Provide Thames Water personnel with operating and maintenance training.

Skills, Qualifications and Experience:

  • A high degree of technical knowledge and have relevant mechanical project engineering experience within a manufacturing or construction organisation.
  • Strong analytical, problem-solving and organisational skills who can multi-task and consistently meet challenging deadlines.
  • Commercially astute.
  • Experience of both pre-production and production mechanical project engineering desirable.
  • Has an appreciation of MMC, Lean Construction, Agile Programme Management, Production Thinking and other techniques that assure programme, cost and quality performance.
  • Programme focused with an ability to plan and organise resources both off and on site to deliver on time and in full.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to communicate with a range of people.
  • BIM/digital experience is essential.
  • Minimum HNC qualified in a mechanical engineering subject desirable.
  • IT literacy essential.
  • Professional qualification is desirable.
  • SMSTS safety qualification and relevant CSCS card is desirable.

Assistant Project Manager – Water

Position: Assistant Project Manager – Water

Location: Derbyshire/Nottinghamshire

Salary Guide: £55,000 (Plus Excellent Benefits)

Our client is a Tier 1 D&B Contractor operating predominately in the water industry, who are delivering a number of water and wastewater non-infrastructure projects supporting 6 major frameworks throughout the UK.

They are looking to recruit an Assistant Project Manager for a major water treatment project for Severn Trent Water. The project is valued at over £50m and will incorporate the latest technology, which has rarely been used in the UK previously. You will work with and support the Senior Project Manager and be an integral part of the project delivery team.

The responsibilities will include:

  • Promote exceptional safety and delivery quality standards to direct and subcontracted work force.
  • Maintain the Company’s reputation on a project by ensuring good relationships are maintained.
  • Support and where appropriate ensuring that the BMS is implemented at all stages throughout the project delivery process.
  • Support and where appropriate ensuring, in conjunction with the design manager, that an adequate technical, safety and environmental review is carried out for each project to ensure successful delivery.
  • Support and where appropriate ensuring all commercial aspects of the project are managed in a timely and proactive way giving accurate forecast and estimates.
  • Understanding and implementing the Quality, Safety and Environmental Policies and Targets.
  • Supporting the project team in ensuring that all legal and industry standards impacted by the project are achieved.

Skills, Experience and Qualifications:

  • Civil, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering background
  • Previous water industry experience, preferable on clean water projects
  • Good working knowledge of all relevant H&S legislation and in particular duty holder relationships of CDM.
  • H&S qualification SMSTS/IOSH/NEBOSH
  • Relevant CSCS Card
  • Ideally working towards professional recognition with a chartered body
  • Experience of the delivery of multi-disciplinary projects
  • Experience in using Primavera or Power project

Mechanical Project Engineer – Water

Position: Mechanical Project Engineer – Water

Location: Thames Valley

Salary Guide: £40,000 – £55,000 plus Package and Excellent Benefits

Our client is a Principal Contractor operating within the water industry and they are one of the framework partners to Thames Water working on their AMP7 schemes. They currently have a requirement for a Mechanical Project Engineer to project manage and engineer the mechanical equipment and associated plant for contracts to enable the project to be completed within the budget and time constraints to an overall quality standard.

They have committed to working collaboratively with Thames Water, their strategic suppliers and other stakeholders to embed MMC (Modern Methods of Construction), particularly off-site manufacturing.

Key Tasks:

  • Overall responsibility for working with consultant designer and suppliers to successfully deliver all mechanical requirements across a project portfolio.
  • Work with commercial team to procure all off and on site manufactured mechanical requirements particularly focusing on offsite assembly and modularisation.
  • Closely monitor the progress of off and onsite activities to ensure delivery against agreed programmes and budgets.
  • Contribute to a positive team culture and environment on your projects to support improved wellbeing and performance.
  • Responsible for undertaking factory inspections and quality audits and ensuring the highest level of quality and customer satisfaction for all mechanical installations.

Responsibilities:

  • Safety, Health and Wellbeing: Positively contribute to delivering Thames Water and our “Zero Incidents, Zero Harm, Zero Compromise” goals.
  • Productivity: Work with others to achieve a step change in productivity which will include implementing robust mechanical design, manufacture and installation quality management to achieve “right first time”.
  • Customer Focus: Establish and maintain trusting and effective relationships with Thames Water Operations and other stakeholders, delivering excellent customer service throughout project delivery.
  • Develop Sustainable Solutions: Display a sound knowledge of sustainable construction solutions and manage engineering activities that contribute to sustainable development.
  • Digital Engineering: Work with consultant designer and the supply chain to optimise the benefits of using digital tools and expertise to integrate our off and on site delivery approach.
  • Design Collaboration: Use the BIM model to ensure that mechanical designs and installations fully integrate with the civils and electrical designs.
  • Engineering Proposals and Design: Technical expertise in the placement and administration of sub-contracts and material orders relating to mechanical equipment. Preparation for, vetting and approval of supplier’s proposals and designs in accordance with specified requirements.
  • Supply Chain: Fully integrate and engage with the supply chain to assess and develop their capabilities so that they positively contribute to our delivery capability and capacity.
  • Supervision: Supervise mechanical installation works ensuring health and safety, technical and quality compliance.
  • Effective planning: Develop logical and accurate mechanical works programmes and integrate with overall project plan.
  • Reporting: Report on mechanical works programme and cost performance and attend project production meetings.
  • Quality assurance: Develop quality assurance plans and maintain quality assurance records.
  • Outage Management: Work with Thames Water Operations and other stakeholders to meticulously plan and successfully deliver outages.
  • Commissioning: Assisting Commissioning Engineers for pre-commissioning mechanical checks.
  • Handover Plans and Soft Landings: Contribute to the production of operating and maintenance manuals. Provide Thames Water personnel with operating and maintenance training.

Skills, Qualifications and Experience:

  • A high degree of technical knowledge and have relevant mechanical project engineering experience within a manufacturing or construction organisation.
  • Strong analytical, problem-solving and organisational skills who can multi-task and consistently meet challenging deadlines.
  • Commercially astute.
  • Experience of both pre-production and production mechanical project engineering desirable.
  • Has an appreciation of MMC, Lean Construction, Agile Programme Management, Production Thinking and other techniques that assure programme, cost and quality performance.
  • Programme focused with an ability to plan and organise resources both off and on site to deliver on time and in full.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to communicate with a range of people.
  • BIM/digital experience is essential.
  • Minimum HNC qualified in a mechanical engineering subject desirable.
  • IT literacy essential.
  • Professional qualification is desirable.
  • SMSTS safety qualification and relevant CSCS card is desirable.

Mechanical Project Engineer

Our client is looking to strengthen their Team with a Senior Mechanical Project Engineer for their Framework. They are part of a joint venture which will deliver a range of construction schemes to maintain and improve United Utilities water supply and wastewater treatment works within the North West region.

Based throughout the United Utilities region, you will assist the Project Manager in coordinating an effective and economic plant design and procurement strategy; ensuring technical, commercial and programme information is issued in time to enable construction, commissioning and putting to work in line with the Contract Programme; provide cost data for forecasts and evaluation of variations.

You will report directly to the Project Manager and the responsibilities will include:

* Production of Works Information scope of works for Mechanical packages.
* Reviewing technical specification (both internal engineering team and external Client standards) to ensure they meet the project technical and commercial requirements.
* Managing the supply chain through the procurement, engineering, implementation, commissioning and handover phase.
* Ensuring review of supplier schedule against the contract Programme, advising the PM of any changes that will affect completion.
* Ensuring production of monthly progress reports from the supply chain, if necessary, facilitating and coordinating progress meetings.
* Ensuring the production of QA documentation including but not limited to ITPs, check sheet, FAT documentation and O&M’s.
* Administration of the contract with the supply chain, including notifying the supply chain of any potential EWN’s, CE’s and change in scope.
* Ensure project costs do not exceed allowances.
* Ensure subcontract reviews, monthly forecasts are completed and submitted on time.
* Assist with the Project Management strategy.

Essential skills/Experience:

* Mechanical engineering background
* Working knowledge of various conditions of contract especially NEC
* Engineering/ Technical qualification (HNC minimum) required
* Experience of supply chain expedition
* Knowledge of water and wastewater treatment processes
* CDM & Health & Safety knowledge

Desirable:

* Knowledge of United Utilities standards and specifications
* Relevant professional qualification an advantage

Permanent 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

Please note if you are interested in this role as contract it will be inside of IR35.