Principal Mechanical Engineer
Principal Engineer – Mechanical (DBV & MA)
The Major Infrastructure Projects directorate provides major new or upgraded dock, berth and building infrastructure projects to provide facilities for the ship and submarine sustainment programmes. As a Principal Mechanical Engineer
you’ll work with multi-discipline infrastructure system designs to provide an overall sustainment capability mainly for building systems.
Using your experience in facility upgrade or construction projects you will manage and review the design packages by subconsultants and work with users and other stakeholders to ensure that the integrated facility provides the sustainment capability. You will use your mechanical engineering expertise to ensure the end product meets the technical and operational requirements of the facility.
This is an exciting opportunity to progress your career and assist in the delivery of Defence design and safety engineering projects, with opportunities for further development and progression within the Company.
Main Purpose of Role;
Responsible for ensuring the delivery of the mechanical engineering aspects of the Dock Bottom Village & Marshalling Area. Ensure systems are designed against a clear statement of compliance with defined requirements, including demonstration that the design meets relevant HSE and specified Nuclear Safety requirements. Supports delivery of mechanical engineering work packages to the required scope, quality, schedule and cost.
Required Knowledge, Skills, Experience and Competences;
The candidate should preferably have:
This role reports to the 10 Dock Design Manager Civil Structures.
A Bachelors or Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering
Chartered Engineer, registered with Engineering Council.
Preferred Nuclear Introductory Course or equivalent nuclear and / or marine system knowledge.
A range of Babcock specific courses will be required, such as the following;
All internal Babcock course will be provided for external candidates