Would you like to be a part of a successful workforce that pride themselves on their friendly culture?
Our client provides an outstanding environment where people have the freedom to develop and grow, by building a successful, creative and diverse workforce to deliver new innovative ways of thinking. Our client is currently working on the AMP7 frameworks and are currently looking for an Mechanical engineer to produce mechanical design layouts considering health and safety requirements, specifications and standards pertaining to the contract. The role is reporting directly to the EICA Discipline Lead and is based in Salford Quays.
This role is offering a generous competitive package with Life and Health insurance.
You will be responsible for the following:
- Produce mechanical design layouts which are cost effective, meet the requirements of the specification and which can be purchased, installed and commissioned effectively.
- Ensure that plant and equipment procured by the department is procured on time and to budget and to ensure standard practices are utilised.
- Monitor design costs and provide design services appropriate to the allowance available.
- Produce estimates and feedback for Proposals department and provide a focus on customer service.
- Co-ordinate designs with all other disciplines internal and external in order to ensure that all design elements are fully integrated.
- Recognise that satisfying the customer is the key to achieving other objectives, and that customers include everyone receiving benefit from our processes, whether end users or other departments within the company.
- Ensure that design takes full regard of all health and safety requirements and account of environmental issues.
- Minimum: - HNC Mechanical Engineering with appropriate experience
- Ability to rationalise designs and produce economic plant layouts
- General knowledge of all aspects of water treatment, e.g. civil engineering, process engineering, electrical engineering and project management
- Have a knowledge of the principles of water and sewage treatment