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MEICA Electrical Project Engineer

  • Location:

    Glasgow

  • Sector:

    Utilities, Power & Telecoms

  • Job type:

    Contract - Full Time

  • Salary:

    £350 per day

  • Contact:

    Kent Streek

  • Contact email:

    kent.streek@carringtonwest.com

  • Contact phone:

    02393 876009

  • Job ref:

    JO0000029317

  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

  • Expiry date:

    2021-11-26

  • Startdate:

    22/10/2021

My client are a large water contractor, working across the UK supporting water companies with a variety of technical areas from civil groundwork through to M&E project delivery.They have a great reputation for delivering excellent results for their customers and ensuring great relationships.
 
My client are currently looking for an Electrical Project Engineer to work in Glasgow on a MEICA project.
You will be accountable to the Site Project Manager for the electrical element of the project engineering and installation works.
Be providing technical and administrative support to the MEICA project team to ensure safe and efficient delivery of capital projects.
To provide industry leading technical solutions for our existing client base and provide technical support to the MEICA business unit offering electrical expertise to support the management and safe delivery of the MEICA installation.
Provide support to the MEICA Management team in all MEICA related project elements of design and delivery.
Carry out the role of Site Manager of the MEICA delivery element if required.
 
The role is based in Glasgow and is a monday to Friday role, working 45 hours per week.  They are offering £350 per week. This is a long on-going contract.
 
he Electrical Project Engineer role is to provide technical solutions for the electrical element of CWA projects. To ensure the efficient delivery of the MEICA project elements whilst working in collaboration with all other departments associated with the project delivery and the CWA management structure. They will be required to liaise with all project stakeholders in a professional manner and work progressively and consistently with other elements of the project team at all times to ensure successful project delivery.
 
Key responsibilities include: -
 
·Working alongside the CWA Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality (SHEQ) department and other members of the project team and leadership to drive the successful delivery of projects to the highest standards.
·Manage the delivery of the electrical element of MEICA projects delivery to agreed time, cost & quality requirements to support the project delivery team and CWA management team.
·Provide support to the site technical delivery element of capital projects from conception, through design and procurement, to final handover ensuring that all technical deliverables are achieved. In accordance with current regulations and procedures.
·Provide technical interpretation of technical drawings and work packages to provide accurate estimates from sub-contractors. Providing support to the CWA design function regarding installation issues and sub-contract evaluations.
·Carry out sub-contractor liaison during the project Target and delivery pricing periods. Issuing tender and quotation request packages in support of the commercial and design teams to determine the most suitable and cost effective MEICA equipment and sub-contractor delivery function.
·Work with all other MEICA delivery team personnel to compile, update, manage and submit project specific documentation pertaining to the different project phases. Including (but not limited to) Defect and snagging lists, test documentation, Inspection and Test Plans, Training Plans, Asset data information, Red line drawing and "as built" updates. This is to include taking a lead role in producing and managing project documentation where required.
·Liaise with both internal and external project stakeholders to provide a technical delivery prospective and ensure that both the client's and the business needs are being met.
·If required; Provide support of the management of sub-contract labour on site, checking, appraising safe system of work documentation. Providing a CWA point of contact when sub-contract labour is present on site.
·Liaise with the MEICA site personnel to provide input to the MEICA Manager with regards progress reports and programme plans.
·Provide support to the MEICA site personnel for the procurement of the electrical plant and equipment associated with individual projects. Ensure that all material Procurement Schedules are maintained and updated to provide a real time overview to the MEICA project team.
·Familiarise themselves with the MEICA standard templates produced for the CWA project documentation and use this documentation correctly.
·Provide input to the commercial team in support off the MEICA function to ensure any scope changes, Early Warnings, Compensation Events and variations are captured immediately. Taking cognisance of the impact on project/program budgets.
·Preparing technical reports for the CWA Management team where required.