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job reference: 10521

Technician - Civil/Structural

10.10.18

We are seeking a Technician - Civil/Structural for our client based in Hull.  The role can be offered on a permanent or contract basis with excellent salary and benefits.

Description

The candidate must be able to think outside of the box and come up with simple, effective solutions to complex problems.  You will be required to utilise the latest 3D software environments and work with the design and build team in a fast paced environment where quality counts.  You will be responsible for your own work but also mentor apprentices as and when required.

Responsibilities

  • Work accurately on projects ensuring maximum efficiency and productivity, in accordance with the design briefs given.
  • Ensure all documentation is correctly produced in accordance with client procedures and securely filed.
  • Identify any design issues and changes as soon as they become apparent.
  • Work within the company's ISO9001 quality systems
  • Manage safety by design, ensuring compliance with all legal and company procedures and work with a positive and proactive attitude to safety.

Specification

  • Experienced and competent civil & structural technician.
  • Skilled in the use of one or more of the following Aecosim, Revit, Advance Steel,
  • The ability to produce accurate surveys, including topographical surveys and ideally laser scanning.
  • Experience in fabrication detailing of structural steelwork.
  • Ability to produce Design Risk Assessments.
  • Ability to work unsupervised when required.
  • Problem solving.
  • Working under pressure and to tight deadlines.
  • Competent use of Microsoft IT systems - Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Qualification/Experience

  • Must have relevant (HNC or equivalent) professional/vocational qualification.
  • Experience within some or all of the following sectors: Rail, Energy, Industrial and General Construction.
  • Previous experience of Design & Build would be beneficial but not essential.
  • Previous experience of working in a 3D environment is essential.

location: Hull | salary: Competitive | contract duration: Long Term

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job reference: 10517

Draughtsman

We are recruiting an experienced Draughtsman for our client based near Dunbar.  This is a full time position working 37 hours per week and is offered on a 12 month contract basis.

Description:

An experienced, multi-disciplined Draughtsman capable of providing drawing/document updates (mainly using AutoCAD), creating mark-ups from red-lined 'As-Built' drawings using the relevant standards, processes and procedures. The successful candidate will maintain a high level of organisation and attention to detail to enable the Drawing Office to continue to deliver a quality service.

Main duties and responsibilities:

Report to Site Manager

Update drawings / documentation to 'As-Built' drawings

Locate associated drawings and review the impact the modifications may have, providing red-lined drawings for client technicians and engineers to work from

Provide technical guidance when necessary

Conduct site surveys when necessary

Manage own workload to ensure timely delivery to clients

Review client modification work packs received to ensure technical and construction information is correct

Adhere to company policies & procedures

Be part of the company Safety and Quality Culture

Ensure client satisfaction is maintained / exceeded

Essential requirements:

HNC qualification (or equivalent) or suitable experience

AutoCAD qualification or suitable experience.

Experience within a busy Drawing Office environment with the ability to cope with workload demands from both internal and external sources

Experience of using a variety of software packages such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook

Experience of working with clients on telephone or via e-mail in a professional manner.

Excellent professional communication skills (written & oral)

Excellent organisational skills with the ability to learn new skills and adapt to changing workload demand

Demonstrates attention to detail and accuracy in all work undertaken whilst maintaining the ability to work to targets/deadlines

Be a flexible team player and be able to work on own initiative with minimal supervision.

Desirable requirements:

Experience within the Nuclear / Power Generation sectors

Demonstrate a good understanding of industry best practices and work to established standards and current legislation.

Experience of using Electronic Document Management systems.


location: Dunbar, East Lothian | salary: Negotiable | contract duration: 12 months

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job reference: 10516

Rotating Engineer

13/09/2018

We are seeking a Rotating Engineer for a client based near Immingham, North East Lincolnshire. This is a full time, contract position which will be offered for an initial period of 12 months, after which time the role and requirement will be re-assessed. The role sits within the Central Engineering Group of a large top tier COMAH site, offering an excellent working environment for the successful candidate.

Basic purpose/accountabilities

The individual will be a degree qualified Rotating Equipment Engineer who has developed experience from working on a similar site with all types of pumps, steam driven turbines, centrifugal compressors, reciprocating compressors, single stage pumps, multiple stage pumps, vertical can pumps, expanders and Gas Turbo Alternators

Primary functions/responsibilities

The Rotating Equipment Engineer will work within an engineering group in support of the maintenance execution craftsmen and will primarily support the Capital Project Group with machinery selection, reliability improvement programs and mechanical seal upgrades on our pump population to meet challenging project deadlines.

Critical skills

  • Plant reliability, engineering and maintenance experience.
  • Demonstrated ability to achieve goals and objectives.
  • Balances short-term and long-term tasks with the ability to manage conflicting priorities
  • Good knowledge of reliability principles and processes
  • Wide industry knowledge and contactsAbility to influence operations and maintenance personnel.
  • Multiple-project planning and execution experience.
  • Understands degradation mechanisms of key rotating equipment on refinery.
  • Knowledgeable in reliability tools and the use of.

Essential Qualifications

  • Degree qualified, Chartered Mechanical Engineer (preferred) or working towards chartered status with minimum of 5 years' experience in refining or a similar process industry.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills. Ability to communicate effectively with all employees and contractors.

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location: Immingham, North East Lincolnshire | salary: Competitive | contract duration: Initial 12 month contract

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