|Location: Bristol, England||Salary: £40 - £43 per hour|
|Sector: Engineering||Type: Contract|
|Contact: Stalla Xystra||Job Published: 21 days ago|
Gold Group have a fantastic Contract opportunity for an EC&I Equipment Engineer to join our client in Bristol for a minimum of 6 months. Hourly rate is £40 to £43.
The ideal candidate will have been an Engineering apprentice and have at least 3-5 years' experience in the Marine defence Industry, with a strong Instrumentation or Electrical background with equipment design experience. Relevant experience in other industries will also be acceptable.
Domestic and possible overseas travel may be required.
- To provide a professional focus for all aspects of Equipment Engineering on T26 for both C&I and PMS.
- Decompose and derive C&I and control system equipment requirements and standards applicable to a warship, to which equipment will be designed and accepted, balancing cost and risk against capability and customer requirement
- Assist in C&I/equipment selection, compliancy, design, testing, integration, installation, commissioning and acceptance phases.
- Produce and maintain technical/equipment specifications; assist in the development of engineering plans; statements of work; technical assessment of client requirements; and the technical evaluation of supplier bids and correspondence
- Develop C&I electrical and mechanical designs, producing general arrangement, schematic and wiring drawings with supporting documentation.
- Be able to assess and advise C&I and technology suitability for application in the intended environment.
- Produce and maintain ownership of the design deliverable Items, including instrument data sheets, cable schedules, panel/enclosure designs, interface drawings, loop drawings and cable block diagrams, etc.
- Be capable of CAD drawing C&I equipment and panel designs (preferably AutoCAD), producing general arrangements, assembly, schematic, wiring drawings and supporting documentation.
- Be able to review design of electrical circuits to meet EMC, Availability, Maintainability and Safety and compliance verification.
- Produce functional test procedures and support Environment/EMC/Shock qualification of equipment.
- To review and improve the equipment design lifecycle processes under the guidance of the Principal and Section Lead Engineer
Knowledge, Skills and Experience:
- HNC in Electrical/Electronic Engineering, Instrumentation, Control Engineering or related discipline.
- 5-7 years minimum experience in an engineering design or C&I environment.
- Good planning, communications, writing, organisational and co-ordination skills.
- Experience in specification, design and procurement of instrumentation, control panels (including HMI / PLC).
- Knowledge of marine or industrial control applications and defence projects.
- Good understanding of structured design, quality, test and acceptance processes & standards relative to the Military / Marine Installations.
- Knowledge of environmental certification, CE, Lloyds Rules and statutory regulations. Knowledge of shock related requirements for Military / Marine installations desirable
- Computer Aided Design (CAD) capable. Production of panel general arrangements, wiring diagrams, loop diagrams, Instrument and IO schedules, instrument hook-ups, block cable diagrams, P&ID design experience.
- Excellent PC skills (Excel, Word, Powerpoint, Project, Visio, DOORS, C&I databases / tools).
- Complexity and Creativity - Problem Solving:
- Work is multi-disciplined, coordinating various technical resources and functions.
- Problems may be complex and solutions require creativity within the conflicting parameters of specification, budget and schedule.
- Problems are both technical and task related.
- Judgements and Decisions - Advice: The jobholder takes day-to-day decisions relating to the assigned responsibilities, including making recommendations to management for changes to product, C&I solutions, processes and tools in order to achieve project objectives.
- Financial Information: The jobholder manages their own work within allocated time budgets for the assigned tasks.
- Contacts and Communications: Continuous discussion internally within the Project and Engineering teams.
- Regular communication to and from project, line and functional leadership.
- Contact with significant stakeholders in MOD, customer, user community and sub-contractors.