Mech & Elec Project Engineers (Sweden & Germany) Data Centre Project: Suitable candidates will have a 3rd Level Engineering Degree or originally from a Trades back ground and will have a minimum of 8+ years experience working as an Mechanical and or Electrical Project Engineer on large scale projects and have recently worked on a minimum of 1 to 2 recent large scale Data Centre Projects
Key Responsibilities: Reporting to the MEP Department Manager Europe your key responsibilities for the role will include but will not be limited to the following:
- Align Mechanical or Electrical activities so they are completed in a safe manner.
- Ensuring the Health and Safety of all stakeholders is kept to the forefront of any decisions made or works executed.
- To lead by example and ensure all stakeholders are made aware of Company specific Health & Safety policies and procedures and ensure that Health & Safety forms a key part of any discussions.
- To be fully aware of and ensure that all stakeholders are aware of the existence of any hazardous energies and any site-specific management strategies (Lock Out Tag Out) around these sources of energy.
- To have a full working knowledge of the project Mechanical systems or Electrical Systems and to track systems installation to ensure it is compliant with specification and program needs.
- To have an understanding of project specific commissioning requirements and to assist in the development of project specific Commissioning Implementation Plans (CIPs).
- To complete site inspections of the Mechanical or Electrical BAS/BMS & CSA works to ensure the installation conforms to relevant requirements.
- To coordinate that rooms and or areas meet the relevant CSA and MEP Quality standards and requirements for advanced Beneficial Use in line with the master construction program.
- To ensure stakeholders receive sufficient information needed to progress systems installation such that it allows for works progression in line with the master construction program.
- To ensure that contractors and vendors are adequately resourced to complete works successfully in order to streamline and prioritize the execution of Mechanical or electrical activities.
- To review the master construction schedule and identify opportunity and sequencing to focus on work faces in terms of Mechanical or Electrical and CSA scope which will ultimately enhance program delivery.
- To chair and input into onsite and offsite meetings with all relevant project stakeholders as per project.
- Issue weekly progress & costs report as required – Management of sub-contractor activities including tracking progress against schedule and manpower levels.
- To review and ensure system mechanical or Electrical stakeholders both (internal and external) produce the following items:
- Construction and Commissioning Programs reflective of the Master Construction Schedule.
- Works execution documents and trackers.
- Risk Assessments and Method Statements.
- Progress reports reflective of their scope in alignment with their program.
- All relevant Field and Vendor turnover/handover packs as required by the project.
Package and Terms:
- Salary: €Negotiable.
- Home travel: Rotation every 3rd week; travel out on a Friday / return on a Monday €6,800 allowances paid per annum to cover travel.
- Due to current government guidelines: quarantine requirements and travel restrictions it may not be possible to travel regularly at present, flexibility will be required until travel returns to normal.
- A home travel bonus of €250 net + per month applies where home travel is not availed of.
- Subsistence – €800 net per month/ local currency depending on region.
- Accommodation – provided single/shared basis.
- Transport – pooled vehicle use in Sweden; public transport in Frankfurt.
- Bonus – discretionary annual.
- Pension/Life Assurance.
- Annual leave: 24 days per year
For further information or to apply please contact: Tom Doyle at kppm in Dublin: P: 00 353 86 8205038. E:email@example.com
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