Project Engineer - Facilities

Shorterm Limited
£25 - £30 p hour
06 Oct 2017
08 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Project Engineer - Facilities - based Crewe, 6 to 12 month contract, £neg to start asap My client is a global organisation and leader in their sector in the provision of safe, reliable, efficient and technically innovative transportation solutions to UK and global markets alike. One of their key manufacturing facilities located in Crewe is undertaking significant site re alignment which includes large investment in general infrastructure and upgrades to such as power distribution, compressed air systems and general manufacturing equipment. In order to ensure that these works programmes are delivered safely, on time and to budget they require the services of a facilities focused project engineer. This is very much a hands on role effectively engaging with and managing directly all stakeholders (internal and external) contractors etc and ensuring that all risk is managed, mitigated and reported in line with the expectations of the business. Expected Experience of creating specifications for facilities civil based projects including but not limited to, buildings, electrical, groundwork's and IT. Contractor management including reviewing of risk assessments and method statements (RAMS), periodic project reviews on progress, and ongoing HSE reviews. Working within budget constraints, collaboration with contractors to ensure budgets are adhered to and not exceeded. Ability to work with little supervision on agreed projects, maintain project plans and ensure issues are communicated. You will need to have delivered projects of a similar nature within manufacturing / engineering environments, ideally heavy engineering such as rail vehicle, automotive aerospace but all considered including FMCG, pharmaceutical etc. An understanding of how time critical schedules can be and ensuring seamless transition is delivered for the business. To discuss the opportunity further please call me on ************
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