Project Engineering Manager
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Project Engineering Manager with an increasingly successful manufacturing organisation based in the Greater Manchester area on a 12-month contract basis.
My client supplies to solutions to the nuclear and rail industries predominantly.
The Project Engineering Manager is required to have the following;
Minimum BEng (Hons) in Engineering (preferably Mechanical Engineering)
Minimum 10 years' experience of designing industrial sheet/ steel fabrications
Understanding of steel plate manufacturing principals and constraints, including laser cutting, weld limitations and press machinery.
Minimum 5 years' experience managing engineering teams on projects of value >£5m. ideally within the rail environment
Strong knowledge of the rail industry and applicable standards or another highly regulated industry
Preferably a Chartered Engineer (CEng) with a relevant professional body (e.g. IMechE, IET, ICE)
Ideally hold, or be working towards, APM Project Management qualification.
Suitable understanding of 2D and 3D CAD software packages, and BIM standards.
Strong and effective communication skills.
Sound motivational skills with a focus on quality adherence and output.
Ability to assess situations quickly, diffuse confrontation, and drive pragmatic decisions.
Planning, managing and reporting project tasks and responsibilities.The Project Engineering Manager will be responsible for the following;
Management of project risks, including review/ approval of technical safety reports and designer's risk assessments. Close liaison with the project Technical Safety Manager.
Liaise with Engineering Supervisor on holiday requests, timesheet submittals, and additional resource availability
Checking and Approval responsibilities in accordance with F-023-ENG, as required
Agree project procurement specifications with purchasing department.
Expediting TQ's through the HS2 system
Update daily activity trackers for department visibility
Control of the project Verification and Validation Requirements Matrix (VVRM).
Control of BIM requirements and standards
Interviewing project design resources (as required)
Termination of contractor resource (as required)
Promote good working relationships within the department, and with other departments
Maintain alignment of the design team with the company values and visionIf you are interested in the position, please apply with an updated CV