Jacobs Area Integration Lead in Bridgwater, United Kingdom
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About the Opportunity
Jacobs are recruiting for an Area Integration Lead to Join our EDF framework delivery team. The Area Integration Lead will ensure that there is a recommended sequence of installation of all scope across multiple contracts within their designated area; from manufacturing completion through to site construction, erection and commissioning which supports schedule integration. The Area Integration Lead’s primary objective will be to identify and eliminate issues to fully de-risk site activities. This will involve interfacing with the Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Area Multi-Disciplinary Teams on the HPC project. The analysis horizon of the Area Integration Lead must go beyond current on-going activities on the HPC Site and will include all relevant work to be completed through to the Commercial Operation Date(s).
The Area Integration Lead will have experience in planning and constructing complex construction projects to achieve the job purpose objectives by implementing, as a minimum, the following as appropriate for the work being performed:
Advocating safe and effective planning of works for site construction.
Ensuring that conventional and nuclear safety considerations are recognised as essential to the success of the project and built into the planning processes.
Ensuring that detailed plans are developed on a facility and/or area basis which integrate, co-ordinate and sequence work activities to achieve the optimum construction sequence, paying particular attention to several contractor interfaces. Including:
Fostering and promoting Area Management collaboration between Delivery Integration, Project Controls, Area MDT members and supply chain partners to achieve a “what’s best for the project” outcome.
Understanding and adhering to the processes and procedures that govern the Delivery Integration Team’s scope of work and advocating their effective implementation. The Area Integration Lead will support and/or oversee the implementation of:
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Degree in Civil, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering or Equivalent in Construction Management or related subject or a demonstrable level of experience based on years of experience and project assignments.
Experience in delivering highly complex projects.
Experience and understanding of working in a Nuclear and Safety Quality Culture.
Understanding and awareness of working in a highly regulated environment.
Management of strategic planning, developing construction sequences and recovery plans.
Motivational approach and the ability to energise team members by building a climate of trust and understanding.
Awareness of project change control and risk management processes.
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