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  • Job reference: RMS0100653

Senior / Lead Instrument Engineer

  • Sector: Engineering
  • Location: Middlesbrough
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 18/10/2012
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (25/10/12)
This vacancy has now expired.
The Company:
Our client is a Global Engineering & Construction (E&C) Group inside which you’ll find an incredible range of expertise and opportunity.
They offer their clients a complete range of skills and services so that they can work with their teams right from the earliest ‘ideas’ stage of their planned investments, through the study or concept selection phase, the front-end design, the EPC phase, and on into the commissioning and start-up phase.

The Role:
Senior / Lead Instrument Engineer Responsibilities to include the following:

The direction and control of Specialist Group personnel.

Co-ordination of the technical standard of engineering, design and draughting, within a Discipline Project Assigned Team.

The identification of the full scope of discipline work.

The execution of project work, in accordance with the Discipline Design Instructions, including Client and PDTA Procedures on Safety and Quality Control, within the manhour and cost budgets and the project schedule targets.

Assignment of personnel to specific tasks within the Discipline Project Assigned Team.

Be familiar with the current application of computer systems to the clients businesses and endeavour to optimise their use and development within the project/department budget, both to solve technical problems and to promote the effective management of information. These systems will include the application of CAD, DRS, PDTA Cost Database etc.

Co-ordinate the establishment of supplier document requirements and the effective ongoing control of review and approval

Prepare, in conjunction with the Group Manager - Discipline Engineering, the Discipline Project Assigned Team Plan for project execution, including:
• Review of planning information to establish correctness of sequence of operations, key dates and time intervals.
• Preparation of detailed plan to achieve compliance to the project schedule.
• Assist in the preparation of a progress schedule by input to DRS.
• Identify manpower requirements.
Review of PDTA procedures and requirements with Project Engineering Manager.
Review initial designs, specifications, drawings, requisitions, and other data necessary to establish correctness of design and adherence within each project stage to established material and equipment budgets.

Direct the development of project specifications, standards, designs, drawings and requisitions within the Discipline Project Assigned Team.

Advise Client P&L, in conjunction with the Group Manager - Discipline Engineering, on the engineering acceptability of Suppliers.

Review regularly progress on the project and submit monthly progress and DRS reports to the Project Engineering Manager. Investigate indicated or potential slippages related to schedule and budgets and report, together with proposed corrective action, to the Group Manager - Discipline Engineering and the Project Engineering Manager. Ensure that agreed corrective action is taken.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Relevant Degree
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