PROJECT ENGINEER – INDUSTRIAL FOOD PROCESSING (SNACKS)

Recruiter
City Resource Ltd
Location
Peterborough
Posted
11 May 2018
Closes
18 May 2018
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time
Due to continued success and growth we are looking for an experienced engineer, preferably from the food sector, to join our successful operation to contribute to the quality of our service. Working with an established team of 6 other dynamic Project Engineers, dealing with “whole life cycle” project management & engineering within the food processing industry.

Flo-Mech projects are currently spread world-wide including UK, Continental Europe, Russia, South Africa, Asia & Middle-East, .

We follow a partnership travel security policy with our clients.

The Role
Working under own initiative, with support from our close-knit projects team as necessary, fulfilling “inception to completion” project engineering and management.

A typical project engineer’s role starts with carrying out client liaison to fully identify detailed user requirement following receipt of order.

Continuing with engineering works including - sourcing equipment from our own range of products and that of close partner companies, working with the client to establish working line layout and agreeing KPI’s, generate P&ID’s & PFD’s, supplier negotiations and equipment purchasing, project cost tracking and monitoring, conduct our own internal fabrication quality and pre-assembly inspections and those with the client prior to despatch. Documentation gathering for manual compilation and training purposes.

Finishing with on-site works from start of installation to hand-over to client including – Site supervision of all elements of installation works, working closely with key contractors for both mechanical and electrical build. Hands-on approach to commissioning, engineer/operator training and managing closure of snagging lists.

On larger projects you may be nominated “project leader” whereby you would be leading a small team of Flo-Mech engineers plus health and safety manager on site working under CDM regulations.

The successful candidate can expect a healthy split of 60% office based activities and up-to 40% on-site. Site involvement varies from project to project but would typically involve 12 hour days 7 days/week; some projects involving 6 week install (single block), 1-2 weeks back in UK, 3 weeks commissioning.

The Package
Working with a dynamic team of enthusiastic engineers working under own initiative. professional open-plan office environment.
Excellent job satisfaction through turn-key “cradle to grave” ownership.
Varied travel opportunities - Travel expenses covered by the company

A competitive base salary, dependant on experience, with P60 earnings generally higher (20-50%) through overtime
Weekday overtime (when on site) of x1, Weekend overtime of x1.5 and Bank Holidays @ x2
Company car for business and private use. Running costs paid by the company with private mileage paid by the user.
20days holiday Jan-Dec plus 1 day for each year served to maximum 26 + public holidays
Private Healthcare after qualifying period
Company contributory pension scheme
Other working tools such as Mobile Phone, note-book computer provided

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