Senior Mechanical Project Engineer
Location - Stafford
Pay £55,000 - £65,000 per annum
Senior Mechanical Project Engineer's will be needed to work for leading contractors in the water and wastewater industry in the Staffordshire area. As a Senior Mechanical Engineer you will be involved in AMP7 capital delivery framework. Previous water experience will be essential for these roles.
You will be responsible:
- Production of Works Information scope of works for Mechanical packages
- Reviewing technical specification (both internal engineering team and external Client standards) to ensure they meet the project technical and commercial requirements
- Procurement and purchasing of MEICA system equipment.
- Involved in the editions of design using procured equipment.
- Ensure project costs do not exceed allowances
- Ensure subcontract reviews, monthly forecasts are completed and submitted on time
- Assist with the Project Management strategy
- You will manage the site schedule of work and site teams.
- Manage sub contract packages.
- Value engineering and scoping work.
- Maintain relationships between client, subcontractors and partners.
To be considered for this role you should hold a Mechanical Engineering qualification or equivalent and have a proven track record in a site based or project management role in the water industry.
Tickets and Qualifications needed:
- HNC/HND in Mechanical Engineering
- Knowledge of NEC contracts
- Knowledge of water and wastewater treatment processes
If this role interests yourself please forward your CV to Susannah or call on 01622357230 for more details.
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