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Capital Equipment Project Engineer
Company Profile: Our client is a multi-national company that has a global presence in numerous business sectors including confectionery, Pet care, Food and Drink. It is a family owned company which believes in its five principles, including Quality, Responsibility, Mutuality, Efficiency and Freedom.
Job Location: Slough
Job Position: Capital Equipment Project Engineer
Department: Project Manager
Reporting To: Engineering Manager
Job Status: On Going Contract
Job Role: You will be reporting to an Engineering Manager and will be managing a variety of projects, or parts of projects, of varying complexity. All will require close integration with various client groups.
The Project Engineer will be responsible for achieving the project scope on time and on budget. Typically projects will include the specification, purchase, installation and testing of process equipment, and to provide training and support to operations until project completion. This will include managing the associated civil works but not the control (electrical) function.
Essential Skills Experience and Qualifications:
You will be educated to a minimum of HNC in Engineering.
You will need to have extensive experience in an engineer or technician role with emphasis on design, specification and installation (mechanical bias).
You must have a safety qualification equivalent to or higher than Nebosh General Certificate (NGC)
You must have demonstrated project management of capital installation projects with value in excess of £100k in a food manufacturing environment.
You must have knowledge and experience of applying CE Marking, CDM management, Atex, DSEAR, PED, Solidworks. Job Description:
Produce and maintain project time plan.
Produce and maintain budget estimate. Complete project to budget.
Communicate and co-operate with various clients groups including operators, project team and other technical departments.
Early awareness and communication of risk.
Generating flow sheets and P&IDs from process specifications.
Selection and sizing of basic components to good engineering practice.
Work with a control engineer to generate aURS.
Ensure hygienic design principles have been applied.
Lead the Design Risk Assessment.
Write the technical specifications for the supply of equipment and for installation on site. Analyse the tenders and recommend supplier choice.
Conduct factory acceptance testing at suppliers' premises.
Use 2D AutoCAD for simple modifications and mark-up.
Complete the technical file.
Manage all aspects of health and safety on the installation site.
Ensure the site meets the clientsGMP/ GHP requirements at all times.
Timely investigation and reporting of any incident or near-miss.
Write permits and risk assessments. Assess contractors' method statements and audit compliance.
Chair project meetings. Salary/Rate: £18 to £25 per hour PAYE depending on previous experience.