about 2 years ago
Planning Engineer x 2: Contract, Plymouth, Duration: at least 6-months, Rate: circa £40 p/h Ltd
KEY Skills: Project Planning, Nuclear, Naval Marine, Primavera P6, Security Clearance, SC
As a Planning Engineer, you will be engaged on a major programme of works to turn the Devonport Royal Dockyard (Western Europe’s largest naval base) into the naval base and dockyard of the future, able to support the Royal Navy’s future surface and submarine fleets.
Comprising of 14 dry docks, four miles of waterfront and 25 tidal berths, HMNB Devonport is the base for numerous surface vessels, as well as the base and refit centre for the Trafalgar-class nuclear-powered submarines.
Devonport has also recently been selected as the base port for the Navy’s new Type 26 frigates and will become the maintenance centre for the future submarine programme including Astute and Dreadnought class.
Duties will involve:
The successful Planning Engineers will be expected to provide project managers with accurate and timely project planning tools and cost reports for all work undertaken by the Engineering Services Technical Authority (ES TA) or Specified Project(s) allocated by the Senior Planning Engineer. You’ll also develop the Project Planning and Cost Control functions within the Nuclear Engineering Directorate.
You must possess;
Current Security Check (SC) clearance.
Extensive experience with Primavera P6 and excellent IT skills.
BTEC in an engineering discipline (or equivalent) or relevant experience.
Sound knowledge of the dockyard nuclear environment.
To discuss this Planning Engineer vacancy please contact: Mike Baldwin 0161 474 6855
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