Up to £32.00 per hour
24 days ago
Provide engineering expertise and undertake a defined list of engineer activities within the Electrical Engineering Team in order to deliver the Engineering Plan.
Deliver defined aspects of Electrical engineering deliverables including:
Review of Supplier CDRLs
Endorsement of Hazard Actions
Review of Test Forms
Review of OEM/System Handbooks, Kill Cards and Start/Stop Procedures,
Issue of System calculations, philosophy documents and proofs.
Engineering Change Requests
Provide Acceptance Evidence and Documentation to the customer
Submission of certification evidence to Naval Authority Group
Design changes for ships 04 & 05 including LR Plan Approvals where required
Delivery of Electrical engineering effort to budget and schedule
Provide discipline interface to other disciplines / areas of the business.
Prioritise key activities when required
Keep up to date in relevant technical areas, develop skills and capabilities to be able to provide more effective services (seeking and sharing good practice and knowledge to continuously improve practices), and supply technical support and expertise to others as required.
Provide help and direction to less experienced team members to support both their effective working and their development.
Functional Knowledge (Requirements for knowledge of functional work and activities)
Possess in depth knowledge of the Electrical discipline.
Knowledge and experience in use of ship design processes and systems to LCM guidelines
Extensive technical knowledge and problem solving in Electrical systems
5 Years' experience in engineering or a defence or related industry
Good working experiences in more than one phase of the LCM, with sufficient experience of the total LCM to enable a good understanding of adjacent phases and through life engineering issues
Previous experience on other projects of complexity (new build)
Leadership (Requirements of the job for providing leadership and guidance to others)
Ability to communicate verbally and in writing to management and peers.
Promote coherent engineering "Best for Project" standards.
Displays flexibility through response to radical changes
Typically degree qualified (not essential), likely to be in a technology, engineering or science related discipline