Facilities Engineer (Outside IR35)
Crewe, Cheshire, United Kingdom
Job type: fulltime
Job industry: Engineering
Contract initially till 31/01/2022, likely renewable
Scope of Service:
The Site Planning and Facilities department create and maintain the working environment, ensuring safe working practice and environmental compliance with all activity that enables us to be the market leader in luxury automotive sector.
Client is looking for someone with good project management skills as well as hands on installation within facilities
Development and implementation of facilities, equipment, technologies, in line with the required timing and levels of approved investment.
Apply Practical Problem Solving and Control techniques to pro-actively deliver solutions, mitigate risk and solve issues.
Ensure facilities comply with all Legal Statutes e.g. - Health and Safety at Work Act, Construction, Design & Management Regs, Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regs, Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order.
Delivery of projects within agreed budget targets, managing the project potential risk cost.
Delivery of all projects and generation of deliverable milestones & monitoring the detail in the project plans.
The successful contractor will have gained relevant experience from working in a manufacturing engineer role with an understanding of vehicle assembly and associated processes. You will demonstrate:
Proven experience of working with Assembly Facilities such as Automation Systems, Lines, Conveyors, Carriers, Robots, DC Tooling, Lift Assistors, Fluid Fills.
Working knowledge of relevant Health and Safety legislation such as Construction, Design and Management Regs.
Great cross-functional communication skills to facilitate full engagement of stakeholders.
Strong Project Management and Planning skills, with experience of software such as MS Project, to ensure regular status tracking and reporting.
Ability to positively deal with change to maintain Quality, Cost and Delivery
Solid experience of solving problems using Practical Problem Solving techniques
Minimum qualification HND, ideally Engineering degree.
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