Project Engineer

  • Contract
  • Lancashire
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We are looking for a Project Engineer with a strong background in conveyors/materials handling equipment to work on a long term contract or temp to perm basis in Lancashire.

Salary and rate are negotiable, depending on experience.

4. RESPONSIBLE FOR: Carry out all engineering functions necessary to develop and
produce suitable design solutions and documentation ensuring
compliance with the project requirements

At the commencement of a contract a team of engineers are allocated and within that team
one project engineer is nominated to be the Lead Project Engineer, with a number of
project engineers working alongside to assist. Nomination of a Lead Project Engineer will
vary from project to project depending on the project requirements and the individuals
experience in that field.
Producing designs in accordance with the contract requirements.
Management of sub-contractor design input including preparing purchase requisitions,
preparing specifications, design and document review, change control.
Produce reports as requested by the Project Manager.
Ensure that the Company Policy and Procedures Manual is adhered to for all defined
activities including CDM, design risk assessment, drawing registration, filing, change control
and specification.
Co-operating with others both internally and externally to promote and achieve the
objectives of the Quality Management Plan.
Undertake any other duties that could reasonably be expected of a senior member of staff.
The engineering design of the project works as well as client liaison and approvals as
directed by the appointed Project or Engineering Manager.
Working within the engineering team appointed, consisting of other Project Engineers,
Project Designers, Structural Engineers (internal or external) and others.
Identifying with other members of staff the list of engineering documents required for the
project and ensuring they are correctly prepared, completed, distributed and filed.
Controlling and recording design change as directed.
Supporting the appointed Project Manager and/ or Lead Project Engineer in all areas of
design, including progress meetings, construction and commissioning.
To produce designs and to formally review the drawings and design work of other staff or
To ensure information both incoming and outgoing is filed and the necessary transmittals
produced and filed.
To assist with elements of proposals work where previous experience or knowledge is
Working and communicating as part of a cohesive team.
Mentoring junior and/ or less experienced team members.
The role is likely to require some travel and time away from home, conducting site surveys
and attending meetings with clients and/ or sub-contractors etc, and this is reflected in
your salary.
o Company Code of practices.
o Adherence to company handbook and polices.
o Comply to all Quality and HSE Commitment and Management System.
o Comply with (a) Anti-Corruption and Bribery Policy and (b) Whistle Blower Policy.
o Undertake any other duties as identified from time to time by the Directors of the
business and Line Manager.

Minimum of HNC in mechanical engineering and a time
served apprenticeship.
5 years’ experience in a similar role with a familiarity
and appreciation of process plant design for the food,
chemical and mineral industries including the
incorporation of equipment typically including, but not
limited to:
Belt and screw conveyors, sifters, vibrating screens,
crushers, shredders, dust filtration & ducting, pneumatic
conveying systems, FIBC systems etc.
Broadly proficient in MS office suite.
AutoCAD or similar drawing package, 3D package
knowledge although not essential is an advantage.
CCNSG is a company requirement and attendance on
the necessary courses will be required when provided by
the company.

If the Project Engineer role could be of interest to you, please call Rebecca at GPW Recruitment or press APPLY NOW!