Senior Project Engineer (mechanical)
Grangemouth, Stirlingshire, United Kingdom
Job type: contract
Job industry: Engineering
Our client is one of the world's largest chemical companies.
The ethylene cracker at our client's business in Grangemouth has a substantial program of projects underway, comprising the completion of the final phases of a new build furnace, and a suite of projects that are under development for delivery between now and early 2024.
A Senior Project Engineer (mechanical) is one of a number of experienced project professionals our client is seeking, to join the existing team to support this major investment program.
Project mechanical engineering expert for multi-disciplinary engineering projects with demanding HSE, technical, schedule and cost targets.
Support assurance of design, supply and construction contractors compliance with applicable codes, practices, QA/QC policies, performance standards and specifications
Support assurance of design, supply and construction contractors provision of fit for purpose solutions that meet project objectives
Manage the mechanical engineering technical interface between our client and design, supply and construction contractors
Manage and support the timely response to engineering and technical queries
Support the timely development and approval of inspection & test procedures
Lead coordination, tracking and progress reporting of the delivery of specific mechanical scopes
Support management and control of associated technical documentation
Support coordination with other project disciplines Special Features
Working in a matrix management environment with many interfaces to third parties including designers, vendors and constructors
Delivery within a complex operational and maintenance environment
Demanding HSE, quality, schedule and cost targets
Projects are multi-disciplinary projects and part of a large programQualifications, Knowledge and Skills
Degree qualified or equivalent in mechanical engineering
Experienced project engineer with good decision making skills
Working knowledge of Petrochem M&P engineering standards and specifications
Working knowledge of projects in general, regulatory framework for their delivery and supporting QA systems
Able to build relationships and communicate effectively internally and with suppliers / contracting partners
Good understanding of risk management and project controls
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