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Change Delivery Project Engineer
Faslane, Helensburgh, GB, G84 8HL
Onsite or Hybrid: OnSite
Job Title: Change Delivery Project Engineer
Location: Faslane, Helensburgh
Compensation: £36,000 to £45,000 + Benefits
Role Type: Full time / Permanent
Role ID: SF53594
At Babcock we're working to create a safe and secure world, together, and if you join us, you can play your part as a Change Delivery Project Engineer at our HMNB Clyde site.
As a Change Delivery Project Engineer, you'll have a role that's out of the ordinary where you'll provide comprehensive engineering expertise to oversee and control all aspects of Alterations & Additions (A&A) installations and class modifications carried out by installation contractors on vessels during fleet time maintenance periods ensuring programme is completed to agreed time lines.
Day to day, you'll identify pre installation requirements, materials, stores, manufacture and engage fleet engineering sections or contracted support by arranging and conducting start up meetings on planned installation activities to allow installation to commence in accordance with agreed start date.
Provide professional engineering support to resolve installation and resourcing issues to ensure progress against agreed planned time lines. Adherence to Babcock Control of Contractor, quality and health & safety and policies
Record progress against planned time lines, record on Database projected time lines against actual and brief all parties at daily and weekly progress meetings on any installation or resource issues. Capture and record actual man hours and costs against estimated.
Operating with a continuous improvement focus on processes and procedures through learning from experience meetings where best practice will be identified, recorded and implemented
Attendance at design reviews on and off site inputting specialist knowledge on installation issues and ship systems.
This is a full time role mainly based onsite. Agile working arrangements and potential hybrid flexibility upon the hiring managers discretion. 37 hours per week - Monday to Thursday 8:00 - 16:30 and Friday 8:00 - 13:00.
Essential experience of the Change Delivery Project Engineer:
Experience in Electrical or Mechanical or marine engineering, nuclear warship construction or maintenance including Nuclear Steam Raising Plant (NSRP).
Formal nuclear warship systems training equivalent to at least Nuclear Introductory Course. Experience of maintenance planning processes.
Experience in a ship systems maintenance and installation procedures.
Qualifications for the Change Delivery Project Engineer:
HNC or equivalent in a relevant engineering discipline
Nuclear Introductory Course
The successful candidate must be able to achieve SC security clearance for this role. This role is ITAR implicated.
Generous holiday allowance
Matched contribution pension scheme up to 8% of salary, with life assurance
Employee share scheme
Employee shopping savings portal
Payment of Professional Fees
Reservists in the armed forces receive 10-days special paid leave
Holiday Trading is a benefit that allows the majority of employees to buy additional leave or to sell up to one working week of annual leave from their annual entitlement
'Be Kind Day' enables employees to take one working day's paid leave a year (or equivalent hours) to undertake volunteering work with their chosen organisation or registered charity
For over a century Babcock International have helped to defend nations, protect communities and build a better world. To continue, we must adapt, advance and be a sustainable business with a shared goal.
If you have a disability or need any reasonable adjustments during the application and selection stages, please let us know. We're committed to building an inclusive culture where everyone's free to thrive. We are happy to talk about flexible working - please ask about alternative patterns of work at interview.
Closing date: 13/10/2023
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