Senior Engineering Manager - Site Mechanical
Senior Engineering Manager - Site Mechanical
Would you like to play a key engineering leadership role within our Site & Facilities Engineering Technical Authority? We currently have a vacancy for a Senior Engineering Manager - Site Mechanical at our site in Barrow-In-Furness.
As a Senior Engineering Manager - Site Mechanical, you will establish and lead a new team of mechanical engineers who have technical authority responsibility to provide standards and support for all nuclear and non-nuclear related mechanical systems across the site.
This post will provide support to a variety of mechanical engineering projects and facilities (including gas pressure systems, hoists/cranes, water distribution systems and HVAC systems) which will involve engaging with a wide range of stakeholders, departments and external contractors.
Your main responsibilities as a Senior Engineering Manager - Site Mechanical will involve:
Responsible for defining, planning, managing and delivering Technical Authority activities and documentation in accordance with the requirements, legislation and processes.
Accountable for setting and approving the competency for any persons working on mechanical systems on the Barrow site.
Provide advice and guidance with respect to the design in relation to the mechanical systems in the context of site facilities, including the application of design standards
Work with other key stakeholders, both internal and external to ensure that nuclear safety is established and maintained
Ensure their teams work is completed in accordance with the Site Project plans, Nuclear Site Safety Justification Plan, Hold Point Control and relevant policies, processes and legislation
Responsible for ensuring that the facilities are designed, constructed, commissioned, operated and maintained in accordance with the design intent and that design modifications are controlled, in accordance with the safety case documentation and where appropriate provide a commissioning report
Responsible for the production of Technical Authority documentation, ensuring that it is appropriately classified, is authorised through due process and maintained under configuration control
Point of contact for issues regarding mechanical design and health & safety for mechanical systems (e.g. pressure systems)
Ability to chair and lead improvements (policy, equipment, capabilities) with site risk cells set up to ensure compliance with relevant regulations.
Your skills and qualifications:
A degree in mechanical engineering
Experience in a senior mechanical technical/engineering role
Registered with an Engineering professional institute and have the ability to achieve chartered status
Demonstrable experience of leadership within a engineering environment and familiarity with commercial British standards
Strong engineering experience within a Technical role with transferrable skills to deliver Engineering Authority or Asset Management skill set
Experience within a Nuclear Environment to relevant ONR License Conditions or similar highly regulated business would be desirable
What we're looking for in you:
You must be resilient with good people management skills and be able to build strong relationships with a wide range of stakeholders. Excellent communication and influencing skills are desirable for this role.
Benefits: Our employees receive an excellent benefits package which includes a competitive pension scheme, enhanced annual leave allowance and a Company contributed Share Incentive Plan. We also offer a range of additional benefits such as flexible working, an employee assistance programme, Cycle2work and many local and national employee discounts. Some employees may also be eligible for an annual incentive.
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