Enabling Works Design Manager

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  • Location

    Plymouth, Devon

  • Sector:

    Marine Design Engineering

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  • Salary:

    £45.00 - £60.00 per hour

  • Contact:

    Rachel Troughton

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  • Published:

    20 days ago

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We have an opportunity for a Enabling Works Design Manager based at Devonport, Plymouth.

Job Role

To manage the delivery and co-ordinate the Enabling Works design packages to the required scope, quality, schedule and cost, in support of the 10 Dock Enabling Works Programme (refer to CDMS 000153921 Assessment Phase Scope for further details of Enabling Works scope):-
N125/ N093 Demolition
C2 Caisson Demolition
Existing Services for Demolition (Survey)
Existing Services for Demolition (Removal)
New Temporary Substation
Interim Office Provision
Radiological Hazard Removal
Compilation / Provision of Pre-Construction Information
Support to Early Contractor Involvement
Internal Roads and Networks
Removal of Existing Cranes
Support to CDM Site Requirements
Maintaining Site Operations
Batching Plant
Laydown Areas
Treatment of Existing Services for Construction Works
J1B Subway Removal
J08 Entrance Caisson
Gas Trench
Existing Headwall Repair
Existing Rock Anchors

Responsible for managing the technical aspects of the engineering packages from identification of the need, through to handover.
The 10 Dock Enabling Works Design Manager post operates as part of the Major Infrastructure Projects (MIP) Business Unit.

Principal tasks and responsibilities are:
Develop, lead, manage and co-ordinate the technical design packages agreeing project related objectives, managing designer performance and making appropriate technical management decisions.
Ensure that the design documentation covers the scope of operations required by the Project Manager and is produced to agreed standards, schedule and budget.
To plan and implement project design and safety approach which is compatible with Design and Safety Policy/Standards including BIM, based on a sound understanding of business/project arrangements.
Ensuring effective Quality Management Arrangements operate and deliver through compliance with clients Business Management System and MIP Design & Safety Manual.
Ensure that the processes and activities being managed are appropriately documented with appropriate records maintained and configuration and quality controls applied.
Ensure that staff and contractors are familiar with the hazards and risks (Health, Safety & Environmental) associated with the work undertaken by the delegated engineering team through effective management and communication of the Risk Assessment.
Ensure design information is articulated to the 10 Dock Safety Case Manager to enable appropriate justification of the engineering / activities within LC22 change submissions
Liaise with Engineering Services Technical Authority to ensure that Relevant Good Practice is employed.

12.0 Qualifications and Experience Requirements
A degree in an appropriate engineering discipline.
Chartered Engineer, registered with Engineering Council.
Nuclear: NUC0793 Nuclear Plant Foundation Course Module 1.
NUC0794 Nuclear Fundamentals (Foundation) Course Module 2.
NUC0911 Introduction to Safety Engineering (ITSE)
Local: Sound understanding and application of relevant:
Industry legislation
Industry Codes and Standards
Design Engineering Practices
Design Management (incl. Systems Engineering), planning and budgetary control.
Application of BIM on infrastructure projects.
Company and departmental procedures relating to Design, Health & Safety and Quality requirements

Strong team leadership, technical leadership, communications and interpersonal skills
Project Management
Comprehensive editorial and briefing skills
Clear spoken and written English
Numerate and computer literate
Systems thinking.

The Design Manager must be able to demonstrate relevant knowledge and skills required in the technical management of large scale and complex design development throughout the design lifecycle.
Sound understanding of engineering design and safety practice as relevant to discipline, post and project requirements.
Strong understanding and experience of working in BIM environments.
Sound project specification, planning, project management and budgeting experience
Sound understanding of Company and departmental procedures relating to Design, Health & Safety (including Principal Designer responsibilities under CDM), Environmental and
Quality requirements.
Working knowledge of relevant engineering office computer applications
Experience of the design support to construction, operation, refit/repair of conventional and nuclear submarines and/or facilities