|Job Ref:||204600312||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Central Belt||Address:||Salary:||£38000 - £42000/annum Negotiable||Post Date:||30/09/2016 02:23|
M&E Project Engineer|
My client are a leading MEICA contractor within the Water sector operating across the Central Belt of Scotland. They have released a brilliant opportunity for a Project Engineer to join their team working on water and waste water projects.
Reporting to the Project manager, you will manage M&E as well as combined schemes mainly within the water and waste water industry. You will work across the full project lifecycle to ensure the completion of projects in line with budget and H&S standards, utilising the resources at your disposal as well as site installation and construction staff.
As an active member of the management team, you will u have a solid understanding of project requirements and solutions. Your role is to coordinate the design teams along with suppliers, sub-contractors as well as internal teams to manage projects and ensuring they are completed in line with client and H&S specifications.
This is a great opportunity for M&E project engineers to maximise your career working on a variety of exciting water sector assignments!
Who are they?
This position is working for an industry leading Engineering contractor. They provide design, building, operational and maintenance services across multiple sectors. Operating across the whole of Scotland they offer great opportunities working on exciting and varied projects and encourage progression, development and reward their employees.
What you'll need
You will require:
-Industry relevant qualification: ONC/HNC/Degree
-Commercially and contractually aware
-Experience working within the water or wastewater industries
-Experience with: Microsoft packages
-Proactive approach and excellent communicator
What you'll get
In return you will receive a salary of circa £40,000 per year(negotiable), holiday entitlement (+ bank holidays), Pension scheme and benefits package which will be discussed at interview stage.
What to do next?
If you are interested in this position, please apply as soon as possible. You can also call Rob Fagan on (Apply online only) or email for more information.
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