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  • Location

    Lancashire, England

  • Sector:

    Electrical Engineering

  • Job type:

    Contract

  • Salary:

    £38.00 - £43.00 per hour

  • Contact:

    Lorraine Ryan

  • Contact email:

    lorraine.ryan@morson.com

  • Job ref:

    173482LR_1585578588

  • Published:

    2 months ago

  • Duration:

    ongoing

  • Expiry date:

    2020-04-13

  • Start date:

    asap

  • Client:

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We have an opportunity for an EC and I ENGINEER based at HEYSHAM 1 POWER STATION

Previous EDF experience is essential for this role

The Engineer will deliver allocated project work from assignment to close out to support the Heysham 1 fuel route department.

This will require close collaboration with the client, other team members and contract partners.

Key responsibilities include:

Safely manage the delivery of assigned projects, jobs and tasks while working collaboratively with other team members and station staff.

Work to improve Equipment Reliability across Fuel Route including through modifications, optimising maintenance routines and defect resolution.

Produce Work Order Cards, Risk Assessments, Method Statements, Quality plans, Construction Plans, Engineering Changes and other documentation required to deliver projects.

Ensure documentation, including drawings and records are kept and tracked as appropriate and are updated and closed out in full at the conclusion of projects.

Act as the point of contact on the power station for assigned projects.

Ensure work is planned according to station processes and relevant parties are aware of the project and their responsibilities to facilitate successful project delivery.

Perform walkdowns with contractors to review upcoming tasks and obtain quotes as required.

Review and approve contractor documentation prior to them completing work on site.

Facilitate and chair project meetings such as pre and post job briefs, setting to work meetings and project readiness reviews as required.

Conduct safety walks on a monthly basis as a minimum and report safety concerns through the appropriate channels immediately whenever and wherever they are found.

Promote quality at all times.

Apply internal and external standards and procedures to project activities.

Attend suppliers to witness factory acceptance tests and other EDF sites to learn from experience as required for specific projects