Installation Engineer

Job Description

Installation Engineer (Mechanically biased)

£36,720 salary, plus regular overtime (staying away)

Remote role

Our client offers the widest portfolio of environmental solutions that meet all existing and anticipated regulations, including regulations for environmentally sensitive areas. They have developed a broad range of specialised and proven environmental products, such as: Wastewater treatment (conventional biological…

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Installation Engineer (Mechanically biased)

£36,720 salary, plus regular overtime (staying away)

Remote role

Our client offers the widest portfolio of environmental solutions that meet all existing and anticipated regulations, including regulations for environmentally sensitive areas. They have developed a broad range of specialised and proven environmental products, such as: Wastewater treatment (conventional biological sewage treatment plants and advanced membrane bioreactors), Ballast water management systems, Fresh Water generation (reverse osmosis plants and evaporators) and Vacuum toilets and vacuum collecting systems.

An exciting opportunity to join the business as an installation engineer has become available with a great salary/benefits package. You will be required to stay away for weeks at a time, however, you will be paid and rewarded well.

Main tasks and responsibilities

  • Leading retrofit work for MBR systems on active seagoing vessels with paying passengers on-board
  • Attending installation support and inspection work on new build projects in shipyards
  • Actively being involved with pre-installation meetings up to 3 months in advance of the job starting
  • Proactively studying and understanding the project drawings including piping and instrumentation drawings, full fabrication drawings and installation wiring diagrams
  • Assisting with electrical and mechanical design and system upgrades as required
  • Gaining a full understanding of the installation requirements in accordance with Lloyds Register prior to joining the vessel
  • Working with and managing sub-contractor labour, sometimes up to 20 people of varying nationalities, during retrofit work
  • Confidently making modifications to outline design plans, when necessary, to solve unexpected design challenges given the local conditions on-board
  • Performing pre-commissioning checks including flooding the tanks to ensure zero leakage, electrical rotation of pumps and functional check of blowers etc.
  • At all times representing the company's interests while interacting with vessel/shipyard staff or the classification society in a professional and polite manner
  • Being familiar with and comply with the company’s policies those relevant on health, safety and environmental matters

Requirements for the role

  • A proven background within the marine sector, preferably within a shipyard building engineering environment
  • A formal qualification within marine engineering e.g. HNC/HND level or NVQ3 with experience in maintaining and installing electro mechanical systems or relevant experience
  • Understanding of PLC control systems would be advantageous
  • Must have a sound and full understanding of, and with the ability to follow, P&ID drawings, process flow drawings and complex electrical drawings
  • Pro-active and independent individual with a team player attitude
  • Practical problem solver with the ability to display a systematic approach to evaluation and resolution
  • Excellent communicator (written and verbal) with both colleagues and customers
  • Valid passport and driving licence
  • Willingness to travel abroad for up to a month at a time and on occasions longer
  • Fluent in English, both written and verbal

Job Description

Installation Engineer (Mechanically biased)

£36,720 salary, plus regular overtime (staying away)

Remote role

Our client offers the widest portfolio of environmental solutions that meet all existing and anticipated regulations, including regulations for environmentally sensitive areas. They have developed a broad range of specialised and proven environmental products, such as: Wastewater treatment (conventional biological sewage treatment plants and advanced membrane bioreactors), Ballast water management systems, Fresh Water generation (reverse osmosis plants and evaporators) and Vacuum toilets and vacuum collecting systems.

An exciting opportunity to join the business as an installation engineer has become available with a great salary/benefits package. You will be required to stay away for weeks at a time, however, you will be paid and rewarded well.

Main tasks and responsibilities

  • Leading retrofit work for MBR systems on active seagoing vessels with paying passengers on-board
  • Attending installation support and inspection work on new build projects in shipyards
  • Actively being involved with pre-installation meetings up to 3 months in advance of the job starting
  • Proactively studying and understanding the project drawings including piping and instrumentation drawings, full fabrication drawings and installation wiring diagrams
  • Assisting with electrical and mechanical design and system upgrades as required
  • Gaining a full understanding of the installation requirements in accordance with Lloyds Register prior to joining the vessel
  • Working with and managing sub-contractor labour, sometimes up to 20 people of varying nationalities, during retrofit work
  • Confidently making modifications to outline design plans, when necessary, to solve unexpected design challenges given the local conditions on-board
  • Performing pre-commissioning checks including flooding the tanks to ensure zero leakage, electrical rotation of pumps and functional check of blowers etc.
  • At all times representing the company's interests while interacting with vessel/shipyard staff or the classification society in a professional and polite manner
  • Being familiar with and comply with the company’s policies those relevant on health, safety and environmental matters

Requirements for the role

  • A proven background within the marine sector, preferably within a shipyard building engineering environment
  • A formal qualification within marine engineering e.g. HNC/HND level or NVQ3 with experience in maintaining and installing electro mechanical systems or relevant experience
  • Understanding of PLC control systems would be advantageous
  • Must have a sound and full understanding of, and with the ability to follow, P&ID drawings, process flow drawings and complex electrical drawings
  • Pro-active and independent individual with a team player attitude
  • Practical problem solver with the ability to display a systematic approach to evaluation and resolution
  • Excellent communicator (written and verbal) with both colleagues and customers
  • Valid passport and driving licence
  • Willingness to travel abroad for up to a month at a time and on occasions longer
  • Fluent in English, both written and verbal

Job Summary

Location: Poole
Salary: £36720.00 - £36720.00 Per Annum
Contract Type: Permanent
Sector: Engineering
Division: Engineering
Date: 12th May 2022

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Job Summary

Location: Poole
Salary: £36720.00 - £36720.00 Per Annum
Contract Type: Permanent
Sector: Engineering
Division: Engineering
12th May 2022

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