- Communication skills
- Microsoft Office
Salary: £highly competitive + valuable benefits
About the role:
This is an exciting opportunity for a Project Engineer to join an enthusiastic team delivering geotechnical, structural & environmental monitoring systems to a wide range of clients across the UK.
Client focused and quality driven, we are a leading provider of monitoring solutions. Now we need a dedicated Project Engineer to assist with the planning and management, and oversee the installation, of world class solutions on behalf of various clients.
Assist the Project Manager in delivering projects on time and within budget
Provide regular feedback to the Project Manager regarding on site progress
Provide cover for the Project Manager during leave periods
Review specifications and instrumentation designs and produce Monitoring Design Plans to address them
Produce documentation for works on a variety of third party assets such as London Underground, Network Rail and other main contractors
Producing site specific safety documentation including Risk Assessments, Method Statements, Safe Systems of Work, Works package plans, Task Briefing Sheets, etc. for review
Organise access to various third party properties/infrastructures
Provide office based support to onsite teams during installation works
Attending site as required to help solve technical issues and to undertake routine/reactive safety inspections
Obtain quotations from sub-contractors for various activities e.g. Electricians, Manual Survey Works etc.
Hire in subcontractors and agency staff as required
Hire in Equipment and tools as required
Procure equipment for projects and ensure it is delivered to the right location at the right time
Provide programme information to assist the Project Manager and Operations Manager
Interface with Project Managers, HSEQ Manager, Technical Team and Operations Manager for successful project delivery
Provide relevant technical support to client and other parties concerned with system monitoring results
Attend meeting with clients and other third parties (both technical and commercial), as required
Receive data and information from sub-contractors and ensure it is correctly actioned, processed and filed
Receive and process Shift Reports and installation details from site staff, ensuring that all required information is provided
Produce installation reports, drawings and as-built reports
Take reasonable care for the Health and Safety of yourself and any other persons who may be affected by your acts and to co-operate with SOCOTEC Monitoring UK Ltd in order that the employer’s duty may be fulfilled
Contribute to current Health and Safety policy (including Near Miss Reporting, Legislation change etc.)
We’re looking for a professional, dynamic and motivated individual with the ability to work alone and as part of a team.
Communicative, organised, flexible and committed, you must also have:
Good organisational and information management skills (essential)
Good interpersonal and communication skills (essential)
Production of detailed reports and use of Microsoft Office programs (essential)
Knowledge of instrumentation, monitoring and survey - along with a sound understanding of engineering principles (essential)
In return, we offer a competitive salary, and all the benefits of working for a dynamic and growing organisation including generous holidays, company pension and discounts on high street shopping.
With over 100 years of history, SOCOTEC is the UK’s leading provider of testing, inspection and compliance services, operating across three sectors and offering an unrivalled range of technical expertise and accredited services, including consultancy. Proud of our innovative nature, customer focus and drive to continually improve, we put people at the heart of what we do, employing more than 1700 people throughout a nationwide network of UKAS accredited laboratories and offices, serving over 7000 customers.
Think you’ve got what it takes to add value to our success?
SOCOTEC is an equal opportunities employer.