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Project Engineer (Facilities)

  • Job reference: 924454
  • Location: Blackpool, Lancashire
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Job type: Contract
  • Sector: Construction & Infrastructure, Facilities
  • Date posted: 20/03/2019

Orion Group are recruiting a Project Engineer (Facilities) on behalf of one of our Multinational Medical Device Clients on an initial 12 Month Contract based in Blackpool.

Project Engineer

The Project Engineer will work within the Engineering & HSE Department. Reporting to the Regional Facilities Manager in Facilities Department, the project engineer/manager will be responsible for projects and facilities.
Job Objectives to ensure that projects are evaluated, costed, implemented, commissioned and validated to meet the requirements of the customer.
To ensure that facility activities are organised and implemented to ensure that the facility is maintained to the required standard.
Job Dimensions Autonomy: n/a

Authority: n/a

Job Main Activities o Project Management of Site projects including
o Project scoping
o Cost estimation
o Scheduling
o Procurement
o Design
o Tendering
o Construction/Installation Supervision
o Commissioning/Validation
o Handover
o Managing facilities service contracts
o Ensuring the site facilities are maintained in good order
o Provide technical support to production and other departments.
o Supervise and liaise with external facility contractors.
o Work in a proactive manner to improve safety awareness and metrics.
o Prepare budgets within the area and control expenditure
o Keep up-to-date on technical innovations, advise on same and implement where appropriate.
o Play part in continuous improvement within engineering department.

Base Requirements Background:
* A science or engineering primary degree
* A minimum of 5-10 years projects experience in a cGMP environment with demonstrated ability to support customers and manage projects

* Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
* Experience working in an IMB/FDA regulated environment is essential.
* Good knowledge of GMP requirements with respect to automation activities.
* A proven track record in the management of Projects and facilities.

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