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Trainee Project Engineer

Trainee Project Engineer

  • Location: Great Yarmouth
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Working Hours: Full Time
  • Length of Employment: Perm
  • Reference: PS3653SH
  • Sector: Engineering
  • Vacancy First Advertised: 20th May 2022

P+S Personnel are pleased to be working on behalf of our clients, who are currently recruiting for a Trainee Project Engineer to join their team to work both onshore in Great Yarmouth and offshore, on a full time permanent basis.

As a bright and ambitious individual, you will promote strong working relationships between technical functions, commercial, operations and reporting departments.

Your primary responsibility will be to coordinate cross functional teams to design, plan and deliver company engineering services and products. The Trainee Project Engineer is a leading role at the forefront of the company’s operations and as such we are looking for a proactive and passionate engineering professional to have significant impact on the organisations to help drive future success.

What will you do?
• You will be responsible for coordinating technical activities on assigned projects and be the interface between offshore operations and onshore support functions.
• Understand the project requirements and define clear goals and objectives to prepare technical programmes of work.
• Identify project risks and develop mitigation plans.
• Plan and coordinate multiple technical disciplines to design, installation and commissioning of multi-discipline engineering packages onto vessel operating globally.
• Support the commercial team with the preparation of bids and quotations by reviewing client scopes of work, providing technical solutions, cost information and schedules.
• Monitor and control performance at all stages in the project lifecycle, applying effective coaching interventions as required.
• Provide local and remote troubleshooting and technical support for in field operations.
• Attend vessel mobilisations to support and coordinate complex mobilisations, this may include sailing with the vessel.
• Conduct incident and equipment breakdown investigations, identifying root cause and ensuring mitigation plans are created and implemented.
• Support R&D to introduce new products into the operational environment, which may include sailing for equipment trials.
• Comply with and promote company QA and HSE procedures.

Your experience
Depending on your experience part of your training may include a requirement to travel onboard our vessels to familiarise yourself with our equipment and operational procedures. You will be a proactive and ambitious individual who has knowledge of Geophysical survey acquisition processes.

Your experience is likely to have been gained operating in a similar role or as a Geophysical/Survey Engineer or via another discipline. You will ideally be educated to HNC level in a technical or scientific discipline. On completion of your training You will be able to demonstrate the ability to design survey packages, create project plans, schedules, project budgets and lead cross functional teams.

You will have a high level of computer literacy including Microsoft packages: experience of project planning tools and AutoCAD would be advantageous. Due to the nature of our industry and role, you must be able to attain an ENG1 medical and relevant offshore certificates.

If this is a role you are interested in, please apply online ensuring your CV is up to date.

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