Salary:
£27,000 - £30,000
 Location:
Blyth, Northumberland
 Type:
Permanent
 Sector:
Engineering (Oil & Gas)
 Benefits:
+ Allowances
 Ref:
LLR103

Job Specific Duties including but not limited to:

Carry out the mechanical construction phases of projects

Concept stage – assist in development of initial schedule, identification of long lead items and a provisional build / test strategy

Manufacturing and installation phases – assist with contractors and sub-contractors to ensure equipment is delivered to required quality and on schedule

Print off and review drawings with Lead Construction Engineers and Construction Supervisors for construction works. Agree hours required for the workshop assembly / construction and schedule the time required within the workshop for implementation.

Prepare work packages (work packs, drawings, parts lists) and correctly complete As Built information and closure sign offs

To develop construction procedures for all aspects of the construction phases including manufacturing, assembly and test

Development of risk assessments, method statements, procedures and plans for construction, including contractor compliance. Identify the need for specific Risk Assessments where a suitable generic does not exist and produce as required.

Communicate effectively with all stakeholders, both internal and external of the business, to ensure that Project requirements are met.

Ability to manage on-site contractors whilst ensuring all HSE requirements are adhered to including the submission of RAMS and any Permit-to-work requirements

To assist the project team with resolution of technical issues that may arise during the construction phases of the project

Maintain and populate all required project specific documentation and registers as required for the construction phase

Support a continuous improvement culture; ensure that issues are identified and logged by use of company tools such as non-conformance reporting, lessons learnt etc.

Positively promote HSE considerations, ensuring workers follow all HSE requirements and participate in identifying and raising HSE concerns by use of systems such as SHARP cards, Near Miss Reports, etc

Ensure safe systems of work are used to keep all site personnel and visitors safe from harm. Fully utilise all systems including RAMS, toolbox talks, HIT cards and permits to work etc.

Support the HSE team when required to ensure all site inductions and sign offs from new company employees, temporary workers and visitors to site are completed and documents filed correctly.

Required to travel and work nationally and internationally as required to meet the needs of the business, including offshore works

Any other duties as directed by line management or SMT member

 Skills, Qualifications and Experience

 Skills

  • IT competent
  • Competent in the use of Microsoft Office
  • Microsoft Project user (basic level)
  • Ability to use AutoCAD and read and interpret engineering drawings

Qualifications

  • HND/C or apprenticeship in mechanical engineering and / or excellent progressive career experience in mechanical assembly work

    Experience
  • Extensive experience in heavy engineering environment
  • Experience of mechanical assembly and delivering to schedule
  • Part of successful mechanical assembly team
  • Able to work independently and / or as part of a team, as required by the role
  • A flexible approach in working overtime and shifts as required to meet project requirements

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