MEICA Design Engineer (Water)

Posted by Anglo Technical Recruitment Ltd on 22/05/2020 (16:15)

Location:
Dublin, Dublin City
Posted:
22/05/2020 (16:15)
Agency:
Anglo Technical Recruitment Ltd

The Role:

Reporting to the Project Manager the MEICA Design Engineer will be required to assist in the day-today aspects of project design delivery from concept design through to detailed design sign-off. The

ideal candidate should have a proven track record of working as part of a team as well as using your

own initiate to solve problems.

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

The main duties and responsibilities of the MEICA Design Engineer are outlined as follows:

 Support the Project Manager in delivery of the design stage of project delivery including

concept design, optioneering, detailing design, design submissions, specifications and

procurement.

 Preparation and submission of design documentation in consultation with Project Manager

and Project Engineers.

 Engage with supplier and sub-contract chain to select vendors for equipment and

instrumentation. Provide recommendations on equipment selection as part of the design and

procurement process.

 Ensure principles of prevention are adopted in the design of the works through careful

planning and operability studies.

 Manage delivery of design programme in-line with project needs and required timelines.

 Co-ordinate sub-consultants and direct staff to ensure project design delivery in-line with

works programme.

 Ensure Health, Safety and Environmental standards, policies and procedures are always

adhered to on-site.

 Review, prepare and submit detailed Design Risk Assessments (DRA’s) and Temporary and

Permanent Works Design Certificates.

 Continually cross reference design with Employer’s Requirements to ensure compliance with

client’s needs.

 Seek and provide lessons learned feedback for continuous improvement of designs, design

process and delivery efficiencies.

 Ensure project is delivered in-line with quality procedures and that all Hazard and Operability

studies are completed, and actions closed off in advance of final design sign-off.

 Attendance at project production meetings and working in a team environment to input

project metrics and extract workflows.

 Preparation and submission of project handover files including O&M Manuals, Safety Files and

As Constructed Drawings.

 Keep appraised of latest standards and technology through continuous professional

development (CPD).

 Other duties as required from time to time.

Knowledge, Skills and Experience:

The main knowledge, skills and experience required of the MEICA Design Engineer are outlined as

follows:

 Minimum of 2 years’ experience working in a similar role, preferably in the water and

wastewater industry.

 Extensive working knowledge of the role of Designers and the Project Supervisor Design

Process (PSDP) according to the HSA. Training in the role of PSDP is desirable.

 Experienced in the design and construction of mechanical, electrical, instrumentation, control

and automation (MEICA) systems.

 Ability to work as part of a team in project delivery and provide input at team meetings.

 Minimum of a Level 7 Degree in a relevant Engineering Qualification.

 Active member of the Institute of Engineers Ireland (IEI) preferable.

 Ability to manage multi-disciplinary design and construction teams in a pressurised

environment and meet site design demands on an ongoing basis.

 Ability to engage with sub-consultants, suppliers and sub-contractors at design and

procurement stage to advance design in-line with programme.

 Ability to use own initiative, problem solve and adjust as issues arise during project design

phase.

 Good working knowledge of AutoCAD and MS packages such as Word, Excel and Powerpoint.

Type:
Permanent
Contract Length:
N/A
Job Reference:
100440/21285
Job ID:
211744487

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