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Project Engineering Manager

  • Location: Cumbria
  • Salary: £60 per hour per hour
  • Job Type:Contract

Posted 11 days ago

  • Sector: Nuclear Engineer
  • Contact: Rachel Troughton
  • Contact Email: rachel.troughton@morson.com
  • Contact Phone: 01946 67494
  • Expiry Date: 10 November 2021
  • Job Ref: 195308RT

We have an opportunity for a Project Engineering Manager based at either Warrington or Cumbria.

Please note this role is inside IR35

Job Role

Leadership of the FMTP Study will be required to deliver Phase 1. This includes the development of an outline requirements specification for the FMTP based on Capability Gap Analyses, as well as developing responses to the Phase 1 study questions within the Study Brief and Update. The output of Phase 1 must be sufficient to support subsequent optioneering to underpin a single viable option. It will include a range of layout and equipment options for the facility. Phase 1 output must also include a cost and schedule for subsequent study and project phases.
The role will involve the organisation and attendance at a number of meetings and facilitated workshops, ensuring the study is controlled and delivered effectively, engaging with capability groups and assurance, engagement with plant and programme stakeholders, production and checking of deliverables to support the Phase 1 study, and engagement of assurance groups in accordance with the Study IAAP. The study team is comprised of approximately 7 core team members (e.g. discipline engineers and a modeller).
The role requires knowledge and experience in Study delivery with emphasis on requirements elicitation and management.

Experience of the following is required:
Leading multi-discipline teams,
Requirements elicitation and management,
Schedule development,
Temporary works approval procedures,
Nuclear Safety and Hazard Management,
Major plant modification (design and implementation),
HAZOP / HAZCON,
Production of design documents e.g. specifications, reports, etc

Experience of the following is desirable:
Disassembly, dismantling, size reduction, and demolition of large equipment,
Building change-of-use,
Environmental and Nuclear Waste Management (including BAT studies),
Systems Engineering.

This role requires management of a multi-discipline Study team, management of assurance processes for contractor-delivered scope, interface with other project teams, the facility team (including systems engineering), other project functions and must work closely throughout project phases.
The ability to work collaboratively in a team environment and on-site (Sellafield) building visits, including a willingness to be escorted across radiological barriers is essential.

Essential Qualifications:
Degree qualified Chartered Engineer (or equivalent through enhanced experience).

Essential Experience:
A minimum of three years working within a highly regulated industry.
Familiar with decommissioning and demolition processes.
Knowledge of CDM and design responsibilities
Capable of independent and autonomous work during the delivery of packages.
Able to actively seek input from engineers, specialists, facility and project team members to deliver fit for purpose solutions.
Be able to present information in forms targeted at a variety of audiences.
Experience leading multi-discipline teams to deliver work packages providing guidance to junior engineers in establishing solutions to technical problems.

Desirable Experience:
Experience of any Sellafield or nuclear industry Design.
Ability to achieve SQEP at RE level (SR0629).

Monitored worker status advantageous but not essential
Good proficiency in Microsoft packages (Excel, Word, Visio, Power point, Outlook, etc) and use of Navisworks Freedom.
Good working knowledge of other IT systems (DM Desktop) will be useful but is not essential.