Jacobs Fire Systems Responsible CE&I Engineer in Moor Row, United Kingdom
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About the opportunity:
The Fire Protection Systems Category delivers fire detection, fire damper and building evacuation systems for buildings on site.
The quantity of work forecasted covering FY 21/22 necessitates the need for a Category CE&I Responsible Engineer. Axiom has been requested to fulfil this role.
The CE&I Responsible Engineer is desired for multiple Fire Protection System projects from initial scoping through to the Construction/Commissioning phases and ultimately to final handover with Plant Operations.
The CE&I Responsible Engineer is desired to lead a team of discipline Engineers in the definition, implementation and delivery of engineering design work packages (specification, analysis, verification or assessment of engineering).
Roles and Responsibilities are defined in the ED04 Responsible Engineer R2A2 and the candidate shall also meet the requirements of SR0696 – SQEP Role Assessment Specification for a CE&I Responsible Engineer.
Responsibilities are to include:
People performance, development and expertise:
To effectively lead and manage members of the functional team including appropriate collaboration with SL parties for the professional development of team members in a way which balances the needs of the team member and project
To ensure that all team members are aware of and understand relevant Legislation, SL and project specific policies, procedures, and design issues
To promote and facilitate best practice for the sharing of discipline specific LFE between the project and across SL.
To ensure collaboration between the CE&I design teams and the wider project IPT including other design organisations, the installation teams, plant teams, commissioning teams and product vendors to ensure industry best practice is obtained and shared and all designs are able to be installed and commissioned appropriately.
Shall have experience of delivering projects in accordance with BS:5839 and should have undergone all relevant training to be recognised as a ‘Nominated Designer’ under the BAFE Accreditation Scheme (or similar).
Work assignment and delivery:
To be part of the approval team in assigning packages of work to and ensure that SQEP competent resources are used to prepare, check and approve design work packages
To be part of the planning team in programming packages of work in a way which is consistent with the requirements of the staged business model, effective risk management principles and is fully aligned with the Project
To carryout effective and proportionate risk management and assurance activities including to call functional engineering or design capability reviews, especially in relation to novel techniques or solutions which carry significant financial, technical, design or programme risk.
Quality of work and output:
Managing the generation of design deliverables that define and preserve the design intent and are organised and align with the plant configuration
To collaborate in the selection and development of optimised, balanced and practical design solutions balancing aspects of safety and environmental performance, operational effectiveness and constructability
Identifying appropriate design and engineering standards and practices to be used for the delivery of portfolio
to adopt validation and verification practices to key aspects of work to ensure that the design meets all functional, safety and environmental requirements and is integrated with other design disciplines.
Cost & schedule:
Lead the development and control of the functional elements of the project baseline scope, schedule and budget using the project change control process
Monitoring, reviewing and reporting on functional status, progress against schedules and implementing corrective and recovery actions.
The CE&I Responsible Engineer shall be accountable as follows:
To the Area Engineering Manager for:
ensuring control, delivery and reporting of the specified work scope to agreed project function, cost and schedule
ensuring that design solutions are fit for purpose, integrated & optimised, affordable and meet functional specification and execution plan
Ensuring functional technical, safety and engineering risks are identified.
To the CE&I Chief Engineer for:
Ensuring appropriate and adequate design standards and practices are deployed and deliverables and solutions generated are safe, legal and adequately underpinned
Ensuring competent, SQEP people are deployed in functional work and periodic forecasting of resources are accurate and timely
Appropriate design review activities are performed in a timely manner
Ensuring subject matter experts are appropriately and adequately engaged in a timely manner and LFE captured, disseminated and utilised.
To Directorate Head of Engineering for:
ensuring solutions meet agreed performance demands and documents define and preserve the design intent and are organised and align with the plant configuration
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Minimum – HNC
Preferred – M Eng
Minimum – Incorporated Engineer
Preferred – Chartered Engineer
NB – for both levels of Registration, equivalent experience can be offered in lieu only if it is deemed appropriate by the Chief Electrical Engineer
Experience of working in roles where knowledge of engineering was a key attribute. In addition, you will have been working within a regulated and quality assured system (preferably nuclear) in roles where professional engineering judgement is the key attribute.
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