Process Engineer

  • Job Ref. 012242
  • Location Abingdon
  • Salary £ 45,000 - £ 50,000 p.a.
  • Job Type Permanent
  • Contact James Speller

Job Description

A world-leading developer of next-generation batteries are looking to recruit a Project Engineer to join their team. The Project Engineer will be responsible for capital projects including, but not limited to, scope development, process design (e.g., process modelling, P&ID and PFD development), process and materials trials, management of outside engineering resources/contractors, cost estimating, project approval, procurement of equipment, executing Management of Change (MOC), development of commissioning procedures, and start-up.

Commutable from: Oxford, Bicester, Aylesbury, Swindon, Newbury, Reading, High Wycombe, Cirencester, Morton Marsh.

Salary: £ 45,000 - £ 50,000 p.a. + Benefits

The Role

The Project Engineer will be required to commute regularly to South Wales.
Take responsibility for generating project deliverables and training stakeholders for handover.
Provide direct supervision of contractors and sub-contractors as required in collaboration with the Construction and Design and Management team.
Complete technical studies designed to answer specific questions from the design teams.
Develop work package scope by reviewing proposals and plans; conferring with line management
Budgeting, prepare bills of materials, assure the accuracy of financial forecasts. Manage overall project expenditures, cash flow and schedule to meet business expectations.
Assist the project managers with Integrated scheduling for all stakeholders, forecasting by studying project plans and specifications; calculating time requirements; sequencing project elements
Prepare for installation of new equipment in advance
Help contractors, tradesmen and OEM`s to interpret job designs, drawings and project plans
Take responsibility for daily operations of field work activities and the organisation of contractors and sub-contractors.

The Person

In order to be considered for the Project Engineer position candidates need to hold a formal Engineering based qualification i.e. HNC / HND / Degree.
Minimum 5 years engineering experience as project engineer managing a full project life-cycle in a manufacturing environment, or relevant experience
Strong technical project management, financial and analytical skills
Must be organised with excellent communications, interpersonal and leadership skills.
Ability to use a computer to create highly customized spreadsheets, charts and reports, and interpret data. Proficiency with Word, Excel, modelling and solid works software
Knowledge of manufacturing methods/procedures, process improvement

To apply for the Project Engineer, please forward an up to date copy of your CV via email, or call James Speller on 07557923976 for an informal discussion.

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