About National Grid Ventures
National Grid Ventures is home to a diverse portfolio of energy businesses that deliver competitive products and services for a broad range of customers. Separate from National Grid's core regulated businesses we're active in competitive markets across the US and UK. Whether it's the long-distance transport of renewable energy, electricity interconnectors between neighbouring markets or the storage of liquefied natural gas, we're working hard to make energy reliable, clean and affordable for consumers.
We're also building the energy systems of tomorrow - from bringing innovative technology to market that changes the way homes and businesses use energy, to competing for new, large-scale, climate-friendly energy projects.
We work flexible hours using the best tools available to be as productive as possible. We work collaboratively and as a single team to maximise value from our businesses which we are trusted to run and empowered to make decisions to deliver the best outcome for National Grid. We are proud of what we do, the company we have chosen to be part of and the contribution we make. But it's not all about work, we have fun and enjoy being together in and out of work with strong social networks and good friendships. Together we are creating a Great Place to Work!
About The Role
Interface Engineer - Solihull
This role will provide the key engineering interface between the National Grid Ventures (NGV) Carbon Capture Usage and Storage (CCUS) development team and external engineering partners. You will support the Technical Manager by applying engineering experience and knowledge to the developmental engineering of CCUS, pre-Front End Engineering and Design (FEED) and FEED study activities, including creation of technical documents, management of technical documents, developing and maintaining a technical document register, reporting and engineering assurance. Additionally, engage appropriately and effectively with internal and external stakeholders, suppliers and developers including project partners, FEED contractor, government, consenting authorities through the development phases of the project.
Coordinate and manage engineering matters between the NGV team, project partners and stakeholders in an efficient and effective manner.
Participate in the engineering development, implementation, and management of CCUS infrastructure technologies, methods, processes and strategies used in NGV having a clear focus on the benefits and values.
Deliver engineering services from pre-FEED to Financial Investment Decision (FID). As allocated, complete the development and maintenance of supporting procedural and technical governance through to FID.
Develop and maintain a technical document register.
Support post-handover/FID on specific Engineering Technical issues that arise during the construction phase of projects.
Provide external engineering perspectives to the wider CCUS team to guide cost effective and appropriate technical options for project development.
Complete the definition of technical specifications in relation to projects. Participate in knowledge sharing of these technical specifications with wider NGV engineering colleagues and functions to support skill development activities.
Review outputs from the FEED study and ensure consistency of designs and process conditions at defined interface points with project partners.
Complete interface engineering activities as defined within the project plan. Identify any risks and issues, propose mitigating activities and escalate as required.
Participate in the capturing of lessons learnt from CCUS and incorporate into best practice.
Support the project on safety and risk management matters, this may include preparing for design reviews, formal process safety assessments and/or risk management meetings.
Maintain effective professional relationships with all stakeholders that will input to or may be impacted by project development engineering work.
Build and develop a broad network of professional contacts across National Grid, project partners, statutory bodies, specialist engineering groups and professional organisations.
With all work delivered, maintain the highest level of standards in respect of Health, Safety and Environmental issues.
Exhibit a positive and collective work ethos across NGV, stakeholders and project partners.
Experience gained across a range of engineering infrastructure type projects.
Understanding of the engineering processes associated with the development of major strategic infrastructure projects.
Experience of working with a range of people to define and input the engineering perspective to the development of new business ideas.
Good influencing, negotiating and communication skills.
Demonstrable knowledge of business processes, including business and operations, planning, systems and procedures.
Applied understanding of project and contract management techniques and activities.
Proven track record in participating as a member of project teams on complex projects.
Experience with document management systems.
Good knowledge of Safety, Health, Environmental, Security and Quality (SHESQ) procedures, policies and legislation and their application
Degree level in an appropriate engineering discipline.
What You'll Get
A competitive salary between £43,500 - £55,000– dependent on experience.
As well as your base salary, you will receive a bonus based on personal and company performance and a competitive contributory pension scheme where we will double match your contribution to a maximum company contribution of 12%. You will also have access to a number of flexible benefits such as a share incentive plan, salary sacrifice car and technology schemes, support via employee assistance lines and matched charity giving to name a few.
Advert Close Date
This advert closes on 1st November at 11:59PM
Interviews for this role will take place week commencing 15th November
We encourage candidates to submit their applications as early as possible and not to wait until the published closing date. National Grid’s recruitment periods can and may vary. We reserve the right to remove this advert or close it to further applications at any point during the recruitment process.