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Mechanical Electrical Zone Lead

  • Location: Rosyth
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Job Type:Contract

Posted 25 days ago

  • Sector: Defence
  • Contact: Peter Reilly
  • Contact Email: preilly@nrl.co.uk
  • Contact Phone: 07595 651 110
  • Start Date: ASAP
  • Expiry Date: 10 December 2021
  • Job Ref: 1038462
Our client requires a Mechanical Electrical Zone Lead - Rosyth
18 Month contract

About the role:
  • T31 frigate detailed design is managed in Mechanical – Electrical Zones – each zone requires coordinated work of many designers from a variety of disciplines: piping, outfitting, electrical, structural, etc
  • MEZ lead role is to coordinate the work of various disciplines, track pre-requisite information to allow design development, manage change and technical query process, review third party information state for a variety of systems.
What you will need:
  • The role requires a degree in Engineering (BEng or above), experience of detail design of ships, ideally for royal navy. Ability to work collaboratively with many stakeholders. Good appreciation for a variety of systems and equipment found on the ships.
  • Key Result Areas
  • Coordination of work between disciplines, adjustment to plans to suit project priorities
  • Liaising with suppliers for the equipment, reviewing TPI
  • Liaising with other disciplines: electrical, transversals, structural, outfit, etc
  • Overview of the 3D model development, troubleshooting, managing changes
  • Managing the technical query process
  • Coordinating change process
  • Supporting at design reviews. Achieving acceptance by class and Technical Authority.
  • Be aware of and ensure that; safety, health and environmental requirements are implemented.
  • Assist with the maintenance and improvement in quality standards of outputs.
  • Knowledge, Experience and Skill
  • The post holder is required to hold an BEng or an equivalent qualification in an Engineering / Naval Architecture
  • Experience of working in the design environment
  • Good knowledge of shipbuilding practices
  • Good knowledge of marine industry is required, familiarity with Royal Navy and Lloyds Register rules and standards are advantageous
  • Experience in Design for Manufacture within a marine build and/or conversion marketplace (or similar).
Whats in it for you:
  • Excellent rate on offer
  •         37 hour weel Monday to Friday