Mechanical Project Engineer Job, Bristol

The right Mechanical Project Engineer is to be able to work as part of a team to deliver projects within time, quality and budget. To work with clients to produce a relationship that results in repeat business and work with in the company’s culture and ethos and be able to work in line with the corporate procedures.

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Prime responsibilities and duties:

  • To take full technical, commercial and operational responsibility for the successful and profitable execution of contracts.
  • To ensure reliable and contractual performance in the day to day implementation of contracts
  • To provide full and effective support for site teams by ensuring efficient co-ordination / management of supply chain
  • To ensure accurate and prompt submission of invoices and cost plans in order to provide reliable forecasts for financial accounting and other documentation
  • To monitor and control all costs associated with each contract and provide information and feedback to senior management ensure the works are carried out in accordance with current Health and Safety legislation
  • Production of pre-construction programmes, construction programmes, commissioning programmes and have an understanding of interfaces and co-ordination with other disciplines and contractors
  • Be capable of managing sub-contractors
  • Production of invitations to tender and evaluation of returned tenders
  • Establishing work scope, specifications, programmes and cost control of sub-contracted works
  • Understanding of specifications and drawings
  • Understanding of the contract and contract conditions and obligations
  • Have an understanding of and be able to contribute to Total Risk Management
  • Ability to survey and report on existing installations
  • Have an understanding of current building regulations, codes of practice and legislative requirements
  • Maintain manual or computerised schedules as required
  • Undertake site and works visits as required by the execution of his / her duties
  • Production of risk assessments and methods of work to comply with the Health and Safety requirements and legislation
  • Control and monitor the production of site labour
  • Work with the quantity surveyor to produce the costs on any variations
  • Monitor and report on programme and progress
  • Report on all aspects of the contract under his / her control

Qualifications

Essential: Building HNC Building Services

ONC Building Services City & Guilds Recognised Qualifications

Experience

Essential: At least 3 years post technical apprenticeship experience preferably gained within a building services environment

Desirable:

Currently or have worked on projects ranging from £500k to £2m

Delivered successful projects both programme and commercial

Programme and sequence of Mechanical services

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  • Bristol (Bristol, England)
    Job Location
  • £40000 - £45000 per annum
    Job Salary/Pay Rate
  • Permanent
    Employment Type
  • Senior
    Job Level

  • Job Category