AWE are recruiting for Project Engineers to directly support our Engineering Management Team by maintaining the Design Intent and Design Information Configuration from facility design inception through to project handover to the operational phase. This is a great opportunity for Engineers form any discipline to further their career working on interesting and unique projects.
Project Engineer - Facility Design
Location: Reading / Basingstoke area
Salary: £33,850 - £45,000 (depending on your suitability and level of experience)
AWE (one of the best 25 big companies to work for in the UK) offers an attractive array of benefits which include:
Market leading contributory pension scheme
Generous holiday entitlement (270 hours a year plus every other Friday off)
Flexible working hours
Salary sacrifice scheme
Consideration for either full time or part time hours. Just let us know on your application if you wish to work part time
As a key member of the Engineering Team, the Project Engineer will have the opportunity to work on multiple projects with a range of stakeholders to support our critical mission in keeping the Nation safe.
This will include supporting the Engineering Manager's to provide facility designs, reviewing engineering requirements and preparing draft specifications and briefs. Whilst experience of working in a regulated environment (nuclear and/or explosives) is preferred, it is not essential.
Other responsibilities will include:
Supporting the Engineering Manager in assessing the suitability of the facility design for the next phase of the lifecycle (e.g. tender; construction; commissioning; handover)
Supporting the Engineering Manager in their delivery of their Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities
Supporting oversight of the facility design as it develops via facilitating routine reviews
Supporting the Engineering Manager in managing the Design Intent and Design Information Configuration from inception through to project handover
Providing functional support in identifying and implementing change, development and improvement
Setting up meetings and reviews and managing stakeholders
Gathering data and technical information to support the project
Acting as first point of contact for technical queries
Maintaining technical query and change registers
Producing draft project governance documents; plans certificates etc.
Whilst not to be considered a check list, candidates should be able to demonstrate some of the following:
HNC/HND with suitable additional experience
Ability to delivery of cross-discipline design packages in a multi-discipline environment
Capable of maintaining design information configuration control for the life of a project
Some experience of delivering projects using structured methodologies
Capable of supporting the role of Principal Designer under CDM Regulations
Experience developing and delivering design solutions
All candidates must be able to obtain and maintain the necessary security clearance for the role and be willing and able to work in designated areas.