E, C & I Engineer

Moor Row
£32.00 - £35.00 p hour
03 Oct 2017
05 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Our Nuclear client are currently looking for an E, C & I Engineer to join them in their West Cumbria office, please see full details below Description To provide engineering conceptual and detailed design, drawings, calculations, and technical solutions in the delivery of customer funded tasks and projects. Work will be directed and supervised by the Functional Lead for the relevant task or project or their nominated delegate. (Project is predominantly Instrumentation design). Qualifications & Experience Expected Qualification Level Engineering degree qualified preferred. HND/HNC as a minimum. Chartered or Incorporated Engineer status preferred. Member of one or more relevant professional institutions preferred. Person Profile Many years demonstrable experience covering a range of engineering/technical topics. Good appreciation of manufacturing, assembly and workshop methods. Nuclear industry or other safety or regulated industry experience preferred. Key Responsibilities Role Profile Production of CE&I drawings. Proficient in AutoCAD - REQUIRED. Proficient with electrical symbols and drawing standards, Single Line Diagrams, Block Cable Diagrams, Cable Schedules, Cable Routing Diagrams, Control Circuit Schematic Diagrams, Panel General Assemblies, Termination diagrams, Instrument Loop/hook-up diagrams as a minimum. Ensuring that procedures, codes and standards are correctly applied to engineering and technical activities. Consider, act upon and record health, safety and environmental issues at all stages of the design process (bid and contract) in accordance with relevant procedures and policies. Producing and checking calculations, drawings, design base documentation and technical reports. Proficient in Amtech and Dialux Specifying technical detail of designs and where necessary detailed drawings to support project delivery. Engaging with engineering related suppliers and using product catalogues to determine appropriate materials and parts are selected in the design. Contributing to design risk assessments. Supporting design reviews, HAZOPs and other meetings with detailed information on designs. Reviewing the effect of implementing design changes. Work within the task man-hour budget or advise the Technical Lead or Functional Lead why this cannot be achieved. Report on a periodic basis specified by the Project Manager the estimate to complete of their assigned task. Assessing impacts of concessions and technical queries on the detailed design. Ensuring that adequate Reviewing, Verifying & Approval is undertaken on all their deliverables and for those under their direct control and supervision. Maintain effective communications with all other disciplines and functional groups (e.g. Mechanical, EC&I, Hazard Management etc) associated with the task or project, and when required, with the customer and their staff.
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