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job reference: 10536

Structural Engineer

16.1.19

We are seeking a Structural Design Engineer for our client based in Hull.  This is a full time, permanent position with excellent salary and benefits.  Ltd Company Contractors will also be considered.

Description

As a Structural Design Engineer you will have the responsibility for successful execution of all structural engineering activities on projects.

The position will be based within a design office environment, whilst providing working design solutions to technical problems with the minimum of supervision.

Responsibilities

  • Work on projects ensuring maximum efficiency and productivity, producing SMART briefs for technicians and providing clear advice when required
  • Ensure all engineering and design documentation is correctly produced in accordance with the clients procedures
  • Assist all other engineers within the company to achieve better commercial performance across all divisions
  • Design Engineers must ensure that the company's commercial position is not compromised at any time during project or engineering package delivery. Full adherence is required to all company statutory financial controls and procedures, and also any project specific procedures that may be required under the Contract.
  • Working within the company's ISO9001:2008 quality systems, ensure all engineering and design deliverables meet the Contract's requirements, including all appropriate contract specifications and quality plans
  • Manage safety by design, ensuring compliance with all legal and company procedures and work with a positive and proactive attitude to safety
  • Help maintain project specific quality plans
  • Take responsibility for work allocated
  • Mentoring and coaching of junior engineers and technicians
  • Undertake all forms of contact on a daily basis including written correspondence, telephone correspondence and face-to-face contact on a range of subject areas
  • Undertake site meetings and presentations
  • Attend meetings and forums, representing the company
  • Assist in the estimating of Design & Build work packages and development of proposals

Person Specification

  • Experienced and competent Structural Engineer
  • Competent use of one or more of the following StaadPro, Tekla Structures or Autodesk Robot
  • Produce accurate surveys and structural inspections.
  • Design structural steelwork superstructures and concrete foundations and retaining walls essential, civil works such as drainage and knowledge of rail would be beneficial.
  • Oral and written communication skills
  • Prioritising projects and related tasks
  • Risk Assessments, Health and Safety
  • Problem solving
  • Working under pressure and to tight deadlines
  • Customer care
  • Competent use of Microsoft IT systems - Word, Excel and PowerPoint

Qualifications & Experience

  • Relevant professional Degree or vocational qualification.
  • Working towards (or) Chartered Engineer
  • Previous experience within some or all of the following sectors: Rail, Energy, Industrial and General Construction
  • Previous experience of working in a 3D environment is essential.
  • Previous experience of Design & Build would be beneficial but not essential.

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location: Hull | salary: Competitive | contract duration: Permanent

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job reference: 10533

Instrument Engineer

07/01/2019

We have an urgent requirement for an Instrument Engineer for our client based near Immingham, North East Lincolnshire.  This is a contract position for an initial period of 12 months, after which time the role and requirement will be re-assessed.

This is a full time position working 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday.  The role sits within the I & E Engineering Group of a large top tier COMAH site, offering an excellent working environment for the successful candidate.

Basic purpose/accountabilities

  • Responsible for the mechanical integrity and reliability of the refinery C+I assets.
  • Participates in the development and implementation of the C+I reliability and asset care strategies.
  • Provides technical support to refinery operations & maintenance teams.

Primary functions/responsibilities

  • Provision of Instrument maintenance engineering expertise.
  • Daily monitoring of critical instrumentation performance.
  • Specification, installation and commissioning of a wide range of field instrumentation, control and safety equipment including control valves, thermowells and flow measurement orifice plates
  • Management of SIS including proof test postponement evaluation, PTI extension, SIL calculation generation and adjustment.
  • Production and review of general maintenance and SIS proof test procedures.
  • Use of computerised engineering tools, SAP, EIMS, Livelink, SILSolver (ABB TRAC, ExSILentia etc).
  • Provision of technical engineering reviews for management of change documents.
  • Hands on provision of support to area instrument technicians.
  • Support for regulatory inspections and audits (HSE / EA) within area of responsibility.
  • Acts as project leader for Instrument Maintenance projects.

Critical skills

  • Establishes priorities and develops critical tasks
  • Accepts ownership, is accountable and delivers on commitments
  • Committed to continuous improvement. Encourages creativity and innovation.
  • Understands and uses functional expertise to contribute to the success of the business.

Essential Qualifications

  • Degree Qualified in relevant E/I subject.
  • Experience of working in a maintenance engineering role within a high hazard industry.
  • Chartered Engineer preferred
  • TUV Functional Safety Engineer preferred
  • CompEx12 or similar preferred

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location: Immingham | salary: Competitive | contract duration: Initial 12 month contract, reviewed thereafter

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job reference: 10532

Turnaround Documentation Specialist

02/01/2019

We have an urgent requirement for a Turnaround Documentation Specialist for our client based near Immingham, North East Lincolnshire.  This is for an initial 12 month contract, to be reviewed thereafter.  This is a full time position working 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday.  The role sits within the Turnaround Group of a large top tier COMAH site, offering an excellent working environment for the successful candidate.

Basic purpose/accountabilities

To compile Work Packages and transmit to various contractors.

To manage the Document Register for each turnaround ensuring the latest revision of all documentation is sent to the contractor.

Primary functions/responsibilities

Each individual worklist item for a Turnaround requires a Work Package preparing.

This Work Package contains all the relevant information to allow the contractor to understand the repair work required. The Work Package will contain documents such as; Work list summary, photographs, Inspection requirements, list of job steps, Material Control Sheet, Blinding Certificate, Blinding schematic, General Arrangement Drawing, Work Permit, Preliminary Risk Assessment, Rescue Support Permit, Vessel Ventilation Plan.

Each of the individual documents are compiled by others. It is the responsibility of the Documentation Specialist to collate this information into a Work Package and transmit to the Contractor responsible for carrying out this work.

The Documentation Specialist is also responsible for: -

  • Managing the Turnaround Document Register
  • Controlling any changes to any Turnaround Documentation
  • Transmitting any documentation to the relevant contractor.

Critical skills

  • Hard working
  • Attention to detail
  • Well organised
  • Able to use document retrieval systems
  • Proficient in Adobe Professional, Excel, Word, Access
  • Previous experience in a similar role would be advantageous.

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location: Immingham | salary: Competitive | contract duration: Initial 12 month contract, reviewed thereafter

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