Materials Engineer – Power (Oil & Gas)
Based Stonecross in Golborne (would consider other Murphy locations)
A new position has been created here at Murphy Group for a Materials Engineer to support the Senior Engineer in effective design and material product delivery to some of the UK’s most prestigious Oil & Gas / Utility projects.
To support and Liaise between Design/Engineering/construction teams throughout project life cycle (tendering, conceptual & detailed design, pre-construction, delivery, handover & closeout)
Distribution of design information creating liaison with Design Managers, Engineering Managers, Project Managers, and consultants concerning project issues, scope changes, risks etc
Keeping up to date with the supply chain and their products creating successful delivery of product information to facilitate correct identification of equipment/plant and fittings to be incorporated into the projects overall design.
Successful delivery of relevant information to allow procurement to obtain compliant quotes and review prior to order placement Ensuring technical/specification compliance, documentation & quality of mechanical product deliverables.
Communication between design and potential suppliers confirming product requirements are correct and in accordance with design data sheets and industry/client specifications prior to commencement of manufacture.
Commercial awareness: Delivering mechanical items within confines of projected budget
Production of project documentation/schedules to track deliverables of mechanical materials.
Demonstrable understanding of the principles of prevention & Health & Safety.
Degree in Mechanical Engineering or HND or equivalent minimum is preferred but appropriate experience is also applicable
Experience in a Materials Engineering role
Experienced within the manufacturing industry for gas processes would be advantageous
Experience in the oil & gas industry with a focus around gas installations.
A true passion and flare for technical profiling.
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