Project Engineer (wastewater)

Ref No. BHN541333
Salary £37,000 - £50,000/annum
Location Swindon, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status Open

Introduction

Our Water Framework client is seeking a Project Engineer to work on Wastewater treatment projects based in Swindon with hybrid working available.

Important

Previous wastewater treatment experience is essential

The Job

Our Water Framework client is seeking a Project Engineer to work on Wastewater treatment projects based in Swindon with hybrid working available.

You will manage the end-to-end delivery cycle of engineering projects from the initial scoping of the need, through to commission/setting to work and handing back the completed project to the client.

They are seeking a Project Engineer that has managed multiple projects from start to finish. You will be confident procuring qualified contractors and must be articulate, numerical and commercially minded.

Key responsibilities

  • Health & Safety management for your portfolio of projects
  • Writing specification documents
  • Assessing tenders
  • Financial management
  • Programme management
  • Technical assurance
  • Communication with key stakeholders/customers
  • Ensuring all asset data is captured and updated at the end of a project

What you should bring to the role

  • Knowledge of wastewater treatment processes is eseential
  • Experience within a commercial and/or technical role
  • Hold at least BTEC/HND in mechanical, electrical, chemical or civil engineering or the relevant experience
  • An awareness of Health and Safety and CDM 2015
  • Experience managing the delivery, design and estimating of engineering projects
  • Hold a full UK driving licence and have your own transport
  • The ability to work unsupervised and use your own initiative to deliver specified outputs
  • Graduates will be considered that have some experience with wastewater treatment

Benefits

  • £37,400 to £50,600 depending on skills and experience
  • £4,500 car allowance
  • This is a Full-Time position, 36 hours per week, Monday-Friday
  • Role could be based out of several Thames Valley sites/locations
  • Required to travel to other sites 3-4 days per week within an approximately 60 mile radius with some working from home
  • excellent contributory pension
  • 26 days holiday per year increasing to 30 with length of service and a wider benefits scheme including our benefits hub

 

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