Senior / Principal E,C&I Engineer
Assystem Energy & Infrastructure Ltd (AEIL) are looking to recruit a Principal Electrical, Control & Instrumentation (EC&I) Engineer to support and manage the significant growth in its EC&I business
The Principal EC&I Engineer will support tender documentation production, generate technical solutions, manage technical risks and assist in production of estimates and programmes.
You will be involved in the full project lifecycle from capture of customer requirements, providing design input for assemblies, systems and installations to ensure the design is safe, functionally adequate for the user defined technical specification and in line with the appropriate design codes.
During the design process you shall consider the time & cost impact of the design decisions made, communicating any significant deviations to the project management team where commercial review is required.
You will play a central technical role within project delivery and therefore will need to have good communication & technical management skills, to ensure that the interface with the project manager and other technical disciplines is efficient & effective.
As a Principal EC&I Engineer you must therefore be able to successfully lead presentations at design review meetings, which will include client representatives to a high standard.
As a Principal EC&I Engineer you shall be required to set the required professional standard for the members of the EC&I discipline group.
Adhere to all company and statutory H&S policies rules, regulations and laws.
Clarify and agree project requirements at all levels.
Contribute to the project delivery plan demonstrating strong technical and commercial awareness.
To have experience across the full project life cycle, from project initiation to commissioning.
Well versed in the application of appropriate engineering standards.
For more information and a further discussion through the job description, please contact adunphy assystem.com
Due to the nature of work to be undertaken applicants will be required to meet certain residency criteria in order to attain a minimum level of UK security clearance if not already security cleared to a minimum SC level.