About the role:
- The Project Engineer will be responsible for the supervision of work across the project. This work will be done in line with Project Procedures and applicable Standards, through the leadership of 'Setting to Work' briefings. This includes safety and quality focus and completion of site surveys and pre job walk downs to ensure all aspects of the work are captured and any special requirements identified and corrected.
- Routinely reviews fleet OPEX and project lessons learned (with post job de-briefs) and applies to improve performance in their work area. Contributes to fleet OPEX and lessons learned with safety audits, safety stand-downs and toolbox talks.
- Management with directions, expectations, and priorities for daily activities with clearly communication to personnel and third-party contractors, followed by reviews of third-party contractor method statements, risk assessments, other documents, and drawings.
- Ensures teams are adequately resourced to deliver the requested work to the project schedule, including daily manning levels, and monitoring progress against the project schedule and provides regular reports as required by the Project Manager and Construction Manager.
- Prepares work order cards and supporting documents and drawings. Carries out role of APSA when authorised.
- Perform the duties of a Field Supervisor and performs supervision commensurate with the complexity and importance of the activity to ensure safety and quality of the work performed, by spending time in the field monitoring, observing and assessing performance to maintain and reinforce high standards of work. Aspects monitored include work practices, application of HU tools, application of industrial safety and radiological protection practices, compliance with environmental requirements.
- On occasion the Project Engineer (Construction) may also perform the duty of a Nominated Supervisor.
What you will need:
- HNC or equivalent qualification or experience in an appropriate discipline e.g. civil, construction, C&I, electrical etc.
- Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS) qualification.
- Experience in heavy industry or Nuclear environments beneficial for this role.