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Project Engineer - Change Delivery

Change Delivery Project Engineer required to provide comprehensive engineering expertise to oversee and control all aspects of Alterations & Additions (A&A) installations and Class Modifications carried out by installation contractors on vessels during Fleet Time maintenance periods

Key responsibilities and accountabilities for this role
Assist the Senior Change Engineer in maximising the utilisation and the efficiency of all the section's resource.
Ensuring that all tasks are carried out in accordance with the Company's cost time and quality requirements.
Implementation of the Company Safety, Quality and Environmental policies in the Change Delivery area of the business ensuring that assessments of risks are carried out which lead to safe working attitudes and practices.
To identify pre-installation requirements, materials, stores, manufacture and engage installations teams or contracted support by arranging and conducting start up meetings on planned installation activities to allow installation to commence in accordance with agreed start date
Record progress against planned time lines, record on Database projected time lines against actual and brief all parties at daily and weekly progress meetings on any installation or resource issues. Capture and record actual man hours and costs against estimated
Participate and provide information at Design Reviews on and off site inputting specialist knowledge on installation issues and ship systems.
Attendance at Design Reviews on and off site inputting specialist knowledge on installation issues and ship systems.
Review of complex engineering documentation and participation in extensive technical discussions covering many engineering disciplines and specialist subject matters with respect to solving challenging technical problems.
Analysis of situations, events or processes to identify shortfalls and weaknesses in working practices. Develop and implement recommendations to address shortfalls and work with the Department's management in delivering change and continuous improvement.

Knowledge of some of the following is required:
COSHH
Safe Systems of Work
Risk Assessments
Quality Assurance
Health, Safety & Environment
Planning processes
Budget management processes
Business applications


Competency and awareness of: of some of the following is required:
Environmental Awareness
Fire Safety Procedures
IIF Waypoint principles
Knowledge of Security Procedures
Health and Safety procedures and legislation
Nuclear Emergency Response Organisation (NERO) Procedures
Product Safety
Quality Policies and Procedures
NUC 1.1 Nuclear Safety and Security Culture
NUC 6.1 Naval reactor plant and supporting infrastructure maintenance
Nuclear Submarine Quality Assurance
Manual Handling
Working at Heights
Submarine Familiarisation
Submarine Familiarisation Phase 2
Confined Space Entry
Trade Control Regulations
Asbestos regulations
Control of Contractor
Vessel Tagout Awareness

Some of the following Qualifications are required:
Recognised engineering apprenticeship or equivalent
HNC in a relevant engineering discipline or equivalent
Nuclear Submarine Quality Assurance Course (NSQAC)
Pristine Manual Handling
Working at Heights
Confined Spaces Competent Person
Submarine Familiarisation Phase 1
Submarine Familiarisation Phase 2
Trade Controls Practitioner Training
Control of Contractor
Vessel TAGOUT Awareness

Recognising the RESTRICTED nature of the work, suitable candidates will be SC cleared or eligible for this level of clearance.