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Job

Project Engineer

  • Location
  • Somerset
  • Job type
  • Contract
  • Salary
  • c£437.0/day Umbrella
  • Job ref
  • JO10331-JW

Project Engineer; 12 Months Contract; Hinckley; Rate c£437.0/day Umbrella
Key Words/Skills: Project Engineer, Nuclear,  Hydraulic, Specifications, Design, Commissioning, HNC, Responsible Engineer, Construction, Decommissioning, Deconstruction


The Role:
Identify project functional requirements and stakeholder needs for assigned project.
Contribute to production of Project Execution Plans including design, safety case and commissioning strategies.
Develop concept design and fit for purpose engineering solution for projects.
Produce and/or approve project technical specifications.
Manage detailed design activities in accordance with design authority standards.
Carry out technical assessment/approval of contractors work instruction/method statements/risk assessments.
Provide technical supervision of construction/deconstruction activities to ensure compliance with design intent.
Approve as built drawings.
Specify and provide technical supervision of commissioning and/or decommissioning.
Liaise and consult with system engineer and other stakeholders throughout project life cycle to ensure efficient and effective project delivery.
Maintain site configuration control throughout project life cycle.

The Candidate:
You must be an experienced Project Engineer.
You must have NUCLEAR experience.

To discuss this Project Engineer vacancy please contact: James Walker on 0161 474 6856 / 07788668931


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