Electrical Project Engineer

Posted 05 July 2024
Salary £400 - 450 per day
Job type Contract - Full Time
Job duration6 Months
Discipline Water & Environmental
Contact NameSam Bevan

Job description

Role: Electrical Project Engineer
Location: 3x sites in Oxfordshire
Rate: £400 - £450 p/d CIS
Start: July 2024
Are you an Eelctricall Project Engineer with experience in the water sector?
Do you want to join a market leading business who encourage high work load and opportunities to think differently?
My client is a Contractor looking to strengthen their delivery team for the remainder of the AMP7 funding cycle on their large framework portfolio on behalf of Thames Water. The successful Project Engineer will work with the Project Managers and construction teams, as well as the sub contractors to ensure the successful on site delivery of complex Non-Infrastructure projects in the water sector.
The projects are attached to Wastewater schemes, overseeing packages of work with the aim of improving the quality of discharged Wastewater on Sites in and around the Reading area.
Due to the complexities involved, you MUST have experience as an Electrical Engineer or similar role in the UK Water Sector, or at minimum a process based industry e.g. Pharmaceutical, oil & gas, etc.
Key requirements for the role are for individuals to have experience across delivery and the back end of the process, packaging the works, liaising with procurement, design, stakeholders and sub-contractors.
Responsibilities include:
·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
·Attend site visits/meetings.
·Ascertain preliminary and detailed design/project requirements and solutions
·Prepare estimates and quotations
·Complete contract documentation
·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
·Overall responsibility for Profit/Loss on contracts undertaken
·Establishing and agreeing price variations and final accounts