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EC&I Project Engineer

EC&I Project Engineer

Job TypeContract
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Position – EC&I Project Engineer
Type – Contract
Rate – Circa £45.00 per hour Umbrella Co 
Duration – 12 Months +
Hours – Typically 38 hours per week 
Determination – Inside IR35
Security – UK BPSS Security Clearance to be in place
Location – Heysham, Lancashire, UK
Industry – Power 

Start Date – ASAP !

Interview Format (Online/In person) – Potentially 2 stages – 1 stage Teams, then site based
Working Hours / Shift Patterns 37 – 8-16:30 (Mon- Thurs) , 8 – 13:00 (Fridays)

The Project Engineer will be working on predominantly electrical work. They will be working directly for our client, EDF, with accountability to multiple Project Managers. They will work on project cycles from start to finish on site modifications, assisting with EC&I and some mechanical components. They will be involved in the installation of new equipment.

They will act as technical support for the Project Manager, gathering drawing and site detail, site surveys and some supervision will be involved.
• Experienced working to a safe system of work, strong health, safety, and quality culture
• Electrical, Control or Instrumentation background, ideally with some mechanical knowledge
• Knowledge of WRAMS (Work Risk Assessment Method Statements) and Quality plans
• Demonstrated experience supervising and setting a team to work

• Ideally experienced performing feasibility studies, site surveys and liaise with station engineering staff to identify scope of works required
• Experienced working embedded into a client organisation
• Experience creating and approving WRAMS (Work Risk Assessment Method Statements) and Quality plans
Top 5 key responsibilities of the role
1. Performing feasibility studies, site surveys and liaising with station engineering staff to identify scope of works
2. Managing a package of work— including all aspects of small projects lifecycle through to completion, including supporting documentation and commissioning, developing costings/plans were necessary.
3. Technical investigation into plant modifications
4. Carrying out pre-job briefs and setting subcontractors to work
5. Embedding a Health and Safety culture by leading by example and providing coaching where necessary, creating and carrying out Task Risk Assessments.