Location: Inverness, Scotland, United Kingdom
Job DescriptionJOB TITLE: Mechanical Engineer
LOCATION: Dounreay, Thurso
RATE: £220 - £275 per day LTD ( plus shift allowance £75)
Dounreay is responsible for the safe and secure clean-up of the Dounreay nuclear site. As the decommissioning programme progresses our client has a requirement to recruit qualified and experienced personnel to fill a number of current and emerging vacancies. They employ over 1000 people at the site and offer secure and rewarding work across a range of technical and support functions.
YOU MUST HAVE THE FOLLOWING:
HNC in Engineering or equivalent qualifications plus experience
At least 5 years Engineering and Industrial experience
Good attention to detail commensurate with safety-critical design
Good PC skills including use of MS Office tools in a networked environment
Experience of producing scheme/concept designs for EPC projects
Experience of working in a manufacturing environment
Good organisational and planning skills.
Ability to work on own initiative and as part of a team.
The ability to communicate effectively with staff/contractors at all levels is essential.
Good interpersonal, communication and presentation skills
Self-motivated and assertive
Ability to apply engineering processes to achieve engineering solutions
A vacancy has arisen within Operations for a Mechanical Engineer to manage and deliver project activities. The Job Holder will act as a Mechanical Engineer for selected systems and equipment, delivering mechanical engineering work that will include specification, calculation, analysis, design, verification and/or assessment. In addition may act as Commissioning Engineer as required by the Project Teams.
Control, develop and monitor plans and procedures.
Develop appropriate solutions for operational problems.
Write Technical Specifications.
Apply health, safety, environmental and waste management processes with engineering activities taking advice where necessary from appropriate specialists.
Monitor implementation of plans and procedures to ensure compliance with project schedules, safety procedures and legislation.
Liaise effectively with regulators and stakeholders on specific projects.
Develop requirement specifications, technical specification and other design related documentation for major projects.
Develop and review discipline specific engineering drawings
Carrying out system and equipment commissioning in line with commissioning and test documentation.
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