Digital Integration Project Lead Engineer

Description

Our Client is a global nuclear and defence delivery partner providing expert design, engineering and solutions integration services to some of the most high-profile and complex critical projects around the world. This prestigious organisation is growing rapidly and seeking to enhance their internal capability with the recruitment of various Project Lead Engineers (CDM, Buildings and Services, Architectural, Requirements Configuration).

As Digital Integration Project Lead Engineer you will be responsible for the management, leadership, coordination, implementation and performance of single-discipline engineering activities for an assigned project within our Client’s major project.

Role and responsibilities will include, but may not be limited to the following:

  • Understands and is able to apply relevant safety legislation, including: Construction Design and Management (CDM); Principal Designer requirements; Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations (PUWER); Health and Safety at Work Act
  • You will review and manages control of design on a project: production of Design Control Plans (DCP); design review management and input; design change control
  • Produces appropriate engineering deliverables: Bases of design (BoD); analysis; calculations; drawings/diagrams; specifications
  • Manage and coordinate technical risk management activities: risk management strategy and planning; risk identification and assessment; risk mitigation; risk register production and maintenance
  • Coordinate the management of requirements: Understanding of systems engineering principles; requirements identification; configuration control; validation and verification
  • Manage and coordinate the development of engineering delivery baselines: scope definition; input to project management deliverables (WBS, schedule, estimate etc); project execution plan / engineering execution plan)
  • Coordinates oversight of project delivery and project reporting: rules of credit; progress monitoring and reporting; recovery planning
  • Engages with, and oversees delivery partners and supply chain organisations: specification of engineering and technical requirements; technical assessment of tenders; management of TQs and concessions; management of supply chain deliverables.
  • Understand and works within / provides input to the project delivery lifecycle Understands and works with / provides input to nuclear industry standard gated delivery processes

Knowledge and experience required (nuclear specific engineering):

  • Experience & knowledge of the UK nuclear site licence conditions and specifically those related to engineering
  • Knowledge of configuration controlled nuclear baseline throughout the project facility lifecycle
  • Experience of nuclear site licence company procedures
  • Knowledge of generic nuclear new-build safety case: stages and key deliverables; design change control; engineering deliverables
  • Solid and proven knowledge of UK nuclear facility operational safety case: design change control/configuration management; facility modification; periodic review of safety
  • Knowledge of design substantiation process and interactions with the nuclear safety case
  • Experience of quality control and the relationship between nuclear safety and the project lifecycle
  • Knowledge of the UK nuclear and environmental regulators and their interactions with UK nuclear site licence companies
  • Ideally Bachelors degree in engineering or science subject or demonstrated equivalent combination of qualifications and experience.
  • Possess or working towards Professional membership of a relevant chartered body
  • Proven experience working in a complex/major project engineering delivery environment of which part in a supervisory capacity managing a single-discipline engineering delivery team including management of engineering supply chain organisations
  • Currently hold SC or prepared to go through the SC process.

Given current workloads, Simpson Booth regrets to inform that should you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of your application, you are to consider yourself unsuccessful in this instance.