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Location: England, Cumbria, Seascale

EC&I engineer

England, Cumbria, Seascale
£40.00 per hour

Job Description

Job title: EC&I engineer
Job Type: contract
IR35 Status: Inside
Start date: Subject to clearance
Duration: 6 Month
Salary/ Pay rate/ Benefits: £40 p/h Umbrella
Location: Seascale
Hours of work: 37hrs Mon-Fri (Hybrid working)
Applicants must have experience of the following:
* Engineering degree (or equivalent qualification) in relevant engineering discipline, with significant demonstrable experience
* Experience in working collaboratively in multi-discipline teams to deliver activities on a range of project types
* Demonstrable experience in covering a variety of tasks
* Communications skills and the ability to interface with other disciplines

Candidates would ideally have:
* Chartered Status or actively working toward Chartered Status
* Member of relevant institute or significant demonstrable engineering experience and capable of registration with the Engineering Council
* Experience in managing engineering scope for Projects from concept design to full Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC)
* Breadth and depth of experience in a range of commercial or defence projects
Role information:

The Engineer applies engineering domain knowledge competently to provide technical solutions in the delivery of products and services while developing domain knowledge, experience and leadership skills. At this level; an experienced engineer, is competent in a generalist subject area, resolves specific technical issues and problems, compiles technical reports and accompanying presentations, provides, reviews and adheres to specifications in accordance with stakeholder requirements.

Rullion celebrates and supports diversity and is committed to ensuring equal opportunities for both employees and applicants.

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