£65.00 - £67.00 per hour
11 months ago
We have an opportunity for an EC&I Responsible Engineer for Cyber Project based at Sellafield, Cumbria, this is an ongoing contract.
Detailed knowledge and experience of PES (Programmable Electronic Systems) design lifecycle
Detailed understanding and application of Cyber Security hardening techniques and application.
Experience of software development and testing, including CAT, SAT aspects.
Proven leader with oversight and management of team of lead engineers and designers
Strong interpersonal and management skills.
Responsible for the Engineering Quality of the project delivery, ensuring compliance with client specifications and engineering standards. The role works alongside the Project Manager to ensure scope changes and time are managed.
Responsible, in co-operation with Client Project Engineers, for the technical quality of all conceptual designs, design schemes and detail drawings and associated design documentation.
Maintains compliance with Engineering Standards and applicable legislation
To participate in Design Reviews and, where appropriate, organise such reviews. Ensure that subsequent design meets the projects requirements.
Maintain the technical capability of the delivery team, identify and cover capability shortfalls.
Ensuring the confidentiality and security of data and information received from clients
Ensuring the requirements of the Health & Safety of Work act, CDM, Machineries Directive, and the COSHH regulations are understood and complied with
Report to the Project Management Team when project risks have been realised, or additional risks arise.
To be the principle focal point for liaison with Client Engineering Management Personnel
Maintain effective discipline.
Maintain an overview of the project and provide direction on project process, communications and consistency of approach
Promote a good working relationship
Educated to HNC / HND or degree in a relevant engineering discipline or a chartered engineering member of an appropriate institute.
SC security clearance is essential