Authorising Engineer (Mechanical) UK (England Wales & Ireland).

  • UNITED KINGDOM
  • To be negotiated
  • Engineering / Production Management

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Authorising Engineer (Mechanical) UK (England Wales & Ireland).

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Engie are recruiting for an Authorising Engineer (Mechanical) to be based ideally somewhere between York and Birmingham as between those two points is where the greatest concentration of sites are. This is a permanent full time role working 40 hours per week. On offer is a salary of £56,000 per annum, company vehicle (business use), bonus and benefits package. The role holder will report to Engineering & Compliance Manager and will be responsible for checking that the standards have been implemented, albeit where no standard is readily available this will need to be developed, assessing the competency of the proposed Authorised Persons, following the approved appointment processes and generally ensuring that the engineering standards for that discipline are being adhered to through audit. General Overview:
• Fulfil the role of Authorising Engineer across a range of mechanical disciplines, primarily pressure systems and ventilation and providing support to the AE water but also including other related areas as the Knowledge, Skills and Experience of the individual will allow e.g. MGPS, POL etc.
• The post holder will have significant expertise in managing complex and high risk engineering systems in a healthcare environment and will use that experience to help drive up standards across the portfolio
• Work within the wider AE team to define, implement, monitor and audit ENGIE and Client (e.g. HTM) Safe Systems of Work as it relates to specified areas of work. By doing so the post holder will be helping to ensure that ENGIE’s operations are compliant across a range of different disciplines and against a range of different legislation or standards even those disciplines where an AE isn’t strictly required.
• In addition the role will provide SME support across the business including into bids and operations • Promote ENGIE within the wider market by providing representation at various seminars, trade events etc. For more information about ENGIE please visit: http://www.engie.com/en/candidates-area/

•Educated to degree level or equivalent through experience
•Member of relevant Institution or where not a member, agree to gain membership within a period not to exceed 12 months from date of employment with ENGIE
•Significant experience of Estates Management in a healthcare environment
•Sound knowledge and understanding of working in the PFI environment

This role requires an enhanced disclosure
An enhanced disclosure contains the following information:
•All convictions both current and past,
•Cautions, reprimands and warnings help on the police national computer for England and Wales,
•Relevant convictions in Scotland and Northern Ireland may be included,
•Checks against the Children’s and Vulnerable adults barring list,
•Additional checks for relevant information held by the local police forces for the position being applied for.

For this role you must have evidence of right to work in the UK. There is no re-location package with this job role. ENGIE do not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, colour, religion, disability or sexual orientation, and we welcome applications from all sections of the community.

This job advert is supported by the ENGIE Resourcing Team. Agency involvement is not required. All related enquiries must come to the resourcing team not direct to ENGIE Managers.

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