|Job Ref:||204585013||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Contract||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||London||City:||London||Address:||Post Code:||WC1A||Salary:||£500 - £600/day||Post Date:||23/10/2016 08:59|
Programme Engineering Lead - Enabling Works|
My client is a leading nuclear power utility and one of Europe's largest energy companies, working to develop and build the UK's newest fleet of low carbon nuclear power plants. At the height of construction over 5000 people will be involved in this state of the art project.
The Enabling Works Programme Engineering Lead is accountable for delivering designs (from Concept design to developed design) allowing the preparation of the site for the main activities and in particular the start of the main civil works. The scope of work excludes the design of interfaces with and the associated development.
As Enabling Works Programme Engineering Lead you will be responsible for:
- Defining the strategy to obtain and deliver the different design packages with the appropriate quality and cost (design and construction costs)
- Reporting the progress (KPI, milestones, open points, risks) to the Head of Engineering
- Ensuring the Enabling Works programme is consistent with the milestones of the project
- Defining the relevant organisation and level of engineering (technical surveillance/ engineering coordination) with the support of Construction Engineering, Design Authority and Responsible Designer in France
Candidates for the position of Enabling Works Programme Engineering Lead should have the following experience and qualifications:
- Strong Experience in design management and coordination on large multi-discipline infrastructure projects, including having been exposed to contract management,
- Extensive experience in the design and management of Enabling works for major infrastructure projects;
- Experience in applying technical knowledge within the nuclear industry and a detailed awareness of European Pressurised Reactor (EPR) design is required; detailed knowledge in nuclear field and Pressurised Water Reactors (PWR) is an advantage;
- Experience in UK, European, international standards for the civil engineering area, and a strong understanding of overall regulation such as Construction Design and Management (CDM); knowledge of other fields is an advantage;
- Degree qualified or equivalent in a Science/Engineering discipline.
This is a contract position with an initial duration of 12 months with the possibility of an extension.
Salary - Circa £550 per day dependant on experience
For more information contact Leonie Kerr at Rullion Engineering on (Apply online only).
Applications close on Wednesday, 7th September 2016