Project Engineer (mechanical) - CE19203.
- Advanced Engineering
- Position type
- Key skills
- Mechanical Engineering
- East Midlands
- Salary (from)
- £26,000 - £50,000
- Actual Rate
- Contact name
- Caroline Evans
- Contact telephone
- 01332 293 605
- Contact email
- Last Updated
- June 6th, 2017
Project Engineer (Mechanical)
Working within the Mechanical Engineering Department, the position is to provide a range of mechanical engineering services. This will necessitate duties performed either independently or as part of a project team in conjunction with members of the same and/or other departments.
To provide Mechanical Engineering solutions and designs for the company's products. This will necessitate taking responsibility for the mechanical aspects of projects through all phases from conception to commissioning.
To work with project team members under the coordination of Project Managers to fulfil the necessary planning, review and costing exercises deemed necessary.
In this way you will be expected to contribute to the management of the projects that you are involved in.
To be responsible for the generation of Project related documentation using Desk Top PC methods from information supplied by the Sales team, the Client and collected during the course of the project,
Technical Construction File with a complete safe working design, General Arrangement Drawings, Detail Drawings, Parts lists, Schematic Diagrams, Project documentation both for internal records and customer use (e.g. Operation Manuals), Machine Specification Summary, all to a production level, thus enabling the correct manufacture, assembly and future maintenance and operation of equipment.
The following is a list of some of the Project related tasks that the Project Engineer will be expected to perform: Attend internal and external meetings, both Project and Company related, Sales department liaison, initial concept design with input into costing and timescale reviews.
Adherence to client specification, client liaison at an engineering level, and working with the rest of the project team at all times. System design resulting in the documentation detailed above. Check, test and develop the functionality of the system to gain satisfactory approval.
Other Duties: From time to time you may be called upon to visit a customer's site to service, or diagnose a fault within a machine
The Project Engineer (Mechanical) will be totally responsible for all Mechanical aspects of projects, and authorised to purchase parts to the predetermined budget of each project on an as required basis. You will be expected to negotiate cost effective purchases compatible with the technical specifications required and where appropriate, scheduled to meet project timescale requirements.