Mechanical (Asset) EngineerMerseyside, England
Recruiting for a Mechanical (Asset) Engineer to work on a permanent basis, based in Wallasey. Our client is a partially underground commuter rail network and train operating company serving Liverpool and the surrounding Liverpool City Region. The client is responsible for all Transportation Assets across the Merseyside District (Liverpool City Centre, Wirral, Sefton, St Helens, Knowsley). Primary Purpose: The Mechanical (Asset) Engineer will assist in delivering an integrated mechanical engineering services maintenance function for existing and refurbished assets via a team within a matrix structure (utilising either internal labour force or external resources as appropriate). The Mechanical (Asset) Engineer will supervise a small team which will deliver an effective and efficient mechanical systems maintenance function for the client and the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority covering reactive and planned maintenance works, mechanical plant refurbishment, term contractor management and record keeping, document control, statutory and non-statutory bodies compliance, production of technical specifications and the development and implementation of capital projects. Essential * A minimum of 3 years of experience of delivering mechanical services in the built environment including shore based marine locations in a multi-disciplinary environment to ensure the safe, reliable operation and utilisation of the estate. * A relevant degree, or suitable relevant 3 years experience. * Being commercially aware, must possess the ability to negotiate and deliver commercial contracts and manage external suppliers delivery and performance to meet financial, quality and programme management commitments. * Evidence of previous experience of working in a multi-disciplinary work environment utilising (internal and external) matrix teams of staff, consultants and contractors to achieve outcomes * Fully conversant with all DDA, Health and Safety and Environmental legislation and Codes of Practice. * Knowledge and understanding of statutory testing and monitoring throughout the estate including marine, and the maintenance, installation and repairs of pressure systems. * Awareness of road tunnel ventilation systems and their controls * Ability to take initiative to respond to emergency issues as they arise, determination to deliver and to work to deadlines. * Organisation and communication skills to liaise with client departments, internal staff and contractors to carry out works. * Computer literate with a high degree of ICT skills and the ability to configure modify and use a variety of PC based tools to maintain equipment * A valid Driving Licence Experience, Qualifications and Skills * Experience in delivery of Individual Performance Plans for team members. * Ability to Research, Design, Evaluate, Install, Monitor and Maintain mechanical products, equipment and systems to meet organisational requirement. * Knowledge of use of commercial, financial and budgetary controls, standing orders, financial and statutory regulations. * Knowledge and understanding of the computer-based asset management system for managing the maintenance of Assets (Mainsaver).
Technical OfficerLiverpool, Merseyside
Morson is currently recruiting on behalf of a large Rail client in Liverpool, We are looking for a Technical Officer who will Report directly to the Senior Officer, Systems and Electrical, the Technical Officer (Electrical) will be responsible for supporting and assisting with the delivery of 24/7 Business Critical. The post holder will also provide a full supportive service to members of Asset Management maintenance and project teams and must be able to prioritise any work requests while utilising the internal labour force or external resources as appropriate. You will ensure that all functions within the role are delivered on time, within budget and conforms to any team objectives. Some experience of working in electrical engineering in a multi-location buildings Being commercially aware, manage external suppliers delivery and performance to meet financial, quality and programme commitments. Ability to manage electrical plant via specialised computer based systems such as SCADA, TEAM and TREND. A relevant degree, or HNC with minimum 3 years associated experience. Working towards a professional membership of a relevant Institutional body Ability to record, interpret, analyse and implement test data. Fully conversant with all DDA, Health and Safety and Environmental legislation and Codes of Practice. Ability to understand detailed technical documentation and implement work requirements Have an electrical engineering background Ability to take initiative to respond to emergency issues as they arise, determination to deliver and to work to deadlines Computer literate with a high degree of ICT skills and the ability to configure modify and use a variety of PC based tools, including AutoCAD. Educated to IEE 17th Edition Wiring Regulations, current version. Organisation skills to liaise with client departments Full Clean Driving Licence Desirable Knowledge of commercial, financial and budgetary controls, standing orders, financial and statutory regulations. Flexible approach to work. Knowledge and understanding of the requirements for AP and SAP roles in HV switching operations. Excellent co-ordination and communication skills
Environment AdvisorWest Midlands, England
Recruiting for an Environment Advisor to work on a contract basis, based in the Midlands. Our client are a global engineering, construction and project management company who deliver landmark projects that create long-term progress and economic growth. Their expertise includes Infrastructure, Mining & Metals, Nuclear, Security, Environmental, Oil, Gas & Chemicals in 160 countries on all seven continents. The company and culture are built on over a century of leadership and relentless adherence to values, the core of which are safety, quality, ethics and integrity. ACCOUNTABILITIES Provide advice to support the development of environmental design solutions and ensure that environmental sustainability issues continue to be embedded as an integral part of the project design Work collaboratively with other technical specialists including engineers, construction experts, architects, property advisors, environmental and sustainability specialists to achieve high quality integrated designs and develop appropriate and cost balanced mitigation strategies and solutions. Work closely with the consultants appointed to undertake area environmental assessment (including transport and equalities impact assessment) and design in order to input on the environmental and sustainability aspects. Support area technical stakeholder engagement (working closely with the Central Environment Team and Stakeholder Team) via various different forums to obtain information to inform the development of the area (and, where necessary, route-wide) assessment and design and to ensure the stakeholder's environmental and sustainability requirements are understood and managed so as to minimise petition risk and to support the development of a world class railway. Working closely with the Environment Manager, draft responses to general internal and external enquiries (including FOI, EIR and PQ requests) on area environmental (including EIA, TA and EqIA) matters to ensure timely, consistent, robust and assured responses. Support the Area Senior Environment Manager and Environment Manager on internal and external reporting of environmental matters. Ensure full audit trail of key decisions and compliant data management to enable effective petition management, efficient handling of enquiries (including FOI and EIR) and to ensure that statutory requirements are met. Working closely with the Area Senior Environment Manager and Environment Manager, provide area environmental support into relevant reports and briefings to Ministers to enable robust decision making. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, EXPERIENCE Bachelor degree (or equivalent) in a relevant environmental/ built environmental discipline. Working towards membership of a relevant environmental/ built environmental organisation. Experience of environmental assessment (EIA) on large scale projects. Knowledge of environmental legislation and current best practice guidance. Proven ability to work across multidisciplinary teams. Strong numeracy, written and verbal communication skills and the aptitude to engage with a range of stakeholders on sensitive environmental issues. Strong IT skills and proven working ability to use Office based software, including Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, coupled with an aptitude towards learning and utilising new software in the office environment (training is provided in the use of the internal document management systems). A good understanding of GIS, SharePoint and eB is also desirable. Experience of preparing/ reviewing material for and attending public consultations. Experience of working under tight deadlines.