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  • Job reference: RMS0158227

Project Engineer - ETS - 29095

  • Sector: Automotive
  • Location: West Midlands - Other
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 24/07/2015
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (06/08/15)
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The Company:
Our Client is a world leading Automotive OEM which is responsible for some of the most iconic 4x4's & Sports Cars produced. Due to the huge demand for current models and substantial investment in future projects there is a requirement for more resources across the business in engineering & manufacturing on a contract basis.

The Role:
As a facilities & Site Services Project Engineer, you will potentially manage all aspects of Infrastructure projects (Gas, Water, HV & Roads), across Gaydon & Whitley. You will need to be customer focused delivering projects to cost, quality and timing, managing customer expectations and any conflict along the way. A further task would be to define and record best practice through standards / standardisation meetings for the wider teams. The successful candidate should have/be:- Excellent communication skills oral and written. Good presentation skills.. Planning and time management skills, An understanding of budget control. A good team player. Self-motivated. Not afraid to report out to senior management.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
3 KEY SKILLS; Buildings construction background, Programme management skills, Financial awareness. 5 years Infrastructure, Water, Gas, HV, roads delivery experience. A Project Engineer should have the experience to manage all types of projects and sub-contractors. You will need have an understanding of timing, cost & quality control. With an a further understanding of design drawings and use 2D AutoCAD along with Microsoft Office suite.

Desirable Skills / Qualifications:
Civil engineering or related subject degree. Knowledge of facilities planning and construction management process, Knowledge of construction materials and methods along with supervisory practise and principles.

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