Configuration EngineerBristol, England
Configuration Engineer Overall Department Direction The Whole Boat Engineering Management Team (WB EMT) provides three core functions for Babcock's activity on the Dreadnought Project Design Management, Integrated Logistic Support Elements, and Whole Boat Integration. The three facets are mutually dependant and ultimately provide the basis for what is the Whole Boat Support Integrator (WBSI). This role within the Design Management facet of the WB EMT is full time. Main Purpose of Role The Systems Engineer (Configuration) role is primarily to provide support to the Configuration Lead to manage the configured 'supportable submarine' including the configuration of supportability analysis and support products. Ensuring control across the project in accordance with the configuration management plan, providing guidance to achieve the aforementioned, to act on behalf of the Configuration Lead when necessary, to assist in document control when required, to take ownership of aspects of configuration management as directed by the Configuration Lead. Required Knowledge, Skills, Experience and Competences 2-5 years' experience within Engineering, Science, Pharmaceutical, Configuration or an applicable field Working towards professional registration Logical and Analytical Willing to engage with stakeholders at all level. Qualifications STEM degree or relevant experience Must have live Security Clearance
Interpreter (Romanian and/ or Polish speaking) required to support workers in training at Devonport Royal Dockyard. Candidates must have strong spoken English skills as well as Romanian and/ or Polish. Rate up to £25/hr PAYE, dependant on experience, the higher rate will only be payable for a candidate that speaks both Romanian and Polish. This is ad-hoc work, as and when required. Hours to be arranged. 3 month initial contract.
BAE069729 Vulnerability Engineer - Shock/Armour ScotstounGlasgow, Scotland
Vulnerability Engineer - Shock/Armour Scotstoun 37hr/wk - £38.70LTD - 6 months Responsible for delivering the modelling, validation and verification Scope of Work and schedule for Shock and Shock Qualification Undertaking leading activities in support of HCF design and build compliance to the vulnerability, shock and armour contract requirements. Undertaking Vulnerability activities, including assessment of equipment, systems, ship integration and implementation to manage Shock requirements. Maintaining Shock predictions in line with the HCF design requirements taking the lead to mitigate non-compliances and risks working across project disciplines to achieve resolution. Supporting the system design development by the Stage 1 and Stage 2 teams, ensuring compliance with shock requirements and design rules Achieving survivability maturity targets for Design Reviews Supporting Zone Reviews to achieve FZIR Supporting D&M contract placement on suppliers Supporting system design development Progressive refinement and updating of shock and vulnerability models as maturity of suppliers data increases. Defining shock performance requirements for equipment Use of project and company IT systems in support of project data management and configuration control in support of the HCF engineering design governance. Functional Knowledge (Requirements for knowledge of functional work and activities) Technical knowledge of Shock modelling, Analysis and Reporting including SURVIVE analysis tool Technical knowledge of ballistic protection and armouring design and installation techniques Technical knowledge of platform design and integration, with particular reference to shock, shock qualification, ballistic protection and the application of design rules Experience of engineering design processes Business Expertise (Requirements of the job for knowledge and expertise about the business rather than the technical expertise) Ability to operate in a large, complex project in a multi-disciplinary, matrix management environment. Maintaining documentation / calculation records under configuration control. Determining areas requiring technical investigation and acting to deliver. Management of sub-contracted engineering work. Leadership (Requirements of the job for providing leadership and guidance to others) Strong commitment and self-motivation Problem Solving (Breadth of mental skills required in order to perform the job) Ability to quickly assimilate engineering issues and define solutions and opportunities. Innovative in developing solutions that satisfy the needs of the project teams within tight time and cost constraints and a willingness to challenge traditional methods. Project planning and resource management skills. Nature of Impact (Impact on business by detailing the overall responsibility associated with the job) The Role has direct impact through responsibility for quality of tasks/services, the tasks/services are closely related to others and therefore the effectiveness of the team The Vulnerability Engineeing is a key role and is responsible for defining the shock performance targets for the HCF project and then ensuring that the shock performance requirements are then demonstrated and verified in a timely and progressive manner to the CoA in accordance with the contract requirements. Area of Impact (Business area impacted Delivery/Functional) Meeting key shock performance requirements is critical to the success of the project. As a transversal issue the shock requirements affect all areas of the design. Failure to properly define & demonstrate the shock performance requirements, will have a serious impact on the CoA's ability to meet their operational requirements and may have significant cost and reputational impact to the company. Interpersonal Skills Effective networker Displays flexibility through response to change in a dynamic environment. Demonstrates focus through monitoring work packages or projects Continuously improves standards of excellence in drive and commitment. Demonstrates Customer Focus through partnerships that shape customer expectations.