Engineering Manager Mechanical Piping (HR19070)

Engineering Manager Mechanical Piping (HR19070)
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Engineering Manager Mechanical Piping (HR19070)

Job description

Job Description Engineering Manager – Mechanical Piping with Stork:

To provide management, support, direction and leadership to the Engineering function. This role acts as the focal point for client project specifications, progression and final commission. Ensures all operations in their area of authority are completed in line with legislation, industry standards and Company procedure.

Tasks And Responsibilities As Engineering Manager – Mechanical Piping:

Manager and delivers multiple project programmes and delivery

Overall responsibility for the on-time delivery and commissioning of UK and global furnace projects.
Confers with engineering team resources, internal fabrication and electrical departments and client personnel to discuss project specifications and procedures.
Responsible for the allocation of engineering resource to ‘best-fit’ project tasks.
Interacts with client in regard to specification change and scope.
Responsible for delivering projects within agreed cost and specification.   
Assists in the preparation of project costs and bids.
Responsible for client integration and communications that allow for additional project tendering and prospecting.

Achieves successful completion & commissioning of client projects

Arranges for appropriate engineering personnel to attend project final commissioning and hand-over to client satisfaction.
Plans and directs the installation, testing, operation and maintenance profile of commissioned projects.
Facilitates final sign-offs with client companies and client representatives.
Create and submit Operation and Maintenance Manuals as appropriate.
Responsible for a range of regulatory documentation and certification.

Grow the skills and potential of departmental Engineering resources

Allocates projects to individual departmental resources that stretch, stimulate and develop engineering skills, experience and expertise.
Develops and implements policies, standards and procedures for the engineering team.
Supports appropriate professional learning and development via enhanced drawing systems, IMechE qualification and accreditation etc.
Supports the organisation’s appraisal methodologies (PP&D) to embed professional development and encourage employee retention.
Employees feel challenged and motivated through engagement with cutting edge projects.

HSEQ

Fully knowledgeable of the legislative requirements surrounding HSEQ aspects pertaining to their area of responsibility.
Assist with adherence to all risk management processes.
Support continuous improvements, record and act on lessons learned.
Provide administrative assistance for the filing of HSEQ related data such as REACH scorecards, HAVS, TOFS feedback and health surveillance documents etc.

Technical

Ensure knowledge levels are maintained with current legislations and governing bodies.
Provide technical input and assurance for work packs, risk assessment, investigations, management of change reviews and project reviews.
Provide specialist technical support to both onshore, offshore and clients.
Interfacing with regulatory and independent verification bodies and participate in industry initiatives as required.

Documentation

To review and update processes and procedures applicable to their area of authority.
To create, review and update all processes and procedures.
Maintain a working knowledge of all code, standards and regulations.
Assist in any tenders and audits

 

Job requirements

Requirements For Engineering Manager – Mechanical Piping:

At Stork we attach great value to the key competences of our employees. We expect you always give safety the highest priority and that you are strongly working together with others. You are a specialist in your area of expertise and you have a proactive and entrepreneurial attitude.

Specific Requirements For Engineering Manager – Mechanical Piping:

Skills

Education

  • Engineering based degree level (or equivalent) qualification, preferably Mechanical;
  • IMechE qualification;
  • Chartered Engineer status (preferable)

Experience

  • Significant experience of managing a variety of high value engineering projects;
  • Knowledge and experience of working with pressure vessel codes;
  • Experience of thermal modelling using FEA (Finite Element Analysis) techniques;
  • Ability to plan forward and be receptive to change;
  • Excellent interpersonal and organisational skills;
  • Fully computer literate;
  • A clear and concise commitment to providing quality service delivery standards, responsive to business demands.

 

Working conditions

Stork is a dynamic, international and rapidly growing organization. We offer a highly competitive salary and an extensive package of fringe benefits. Next to this we attach great value to personal development of our employees and therefore offer a wide range of education programs and have a strong focus on accompaniment and knowledge sharing and transfer.

Location: Dyce, Aberdeen
Hours: 40 hours per week
Contract: Permanent
 

Company Information

Stork, a Fluor company, is an expert provider of maintenance, modification and asset integrity services to the global oil and gas, chemicals and process, metals and mining, power, and manufacturing industries. We are dedicated to improving asset performance, safety and cost efficiency for our Clients throughout the complete asset life cycle.

With a team of 19,000 employees in over 100 countries, we serve more than 4,000 Clients across 6 continents.

Stork is dedicated to reducing risk, assuring safety and reducing environment impact through our award-winning value driven HSEQ platform; REACH Beyond Zero.  Whilst safety will always remain our core value, the platform not only communicates on Safety but also on Health, Environmental and Quality issues too.  We are committed to our transparent, employee-led approach to HSEQ.

Our culture and people:

As a knowledge-based integrity management company our people are our greatest asset.   Our culture and shared values underpins everything we do.  By caring for the development of our people, who are proud to contribute to Stork’s high performance culture, we provide a positive, dynamic and supportive working environment.  In turn, this aids in the enhancement of our employees’ personal development as well as career opportunities and advancement.  As part of our team we will strive to help you achieve your greatest potential.

 

Contact

Are you the person we're looking for?  We're looking forward to receiving your CV and motivation letter.  For more information please contact the recruiter on Careers@stork.com

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