Salary: Starting at £44,000 - £56,000 + a London allowance of up to £3,550 plus benefits
Location: London based, with remote hybrid working
My client is a rapidly growing national energy supplier working in a rapidly growing district heating market. This role would develop and implement a system to manage the adoption of new energy centres and schemes into the existing infrastructure. This role would be perfect for someone with a background of mechanical engineering, ideally in the utilities sector, keen to work on expanding business, and developing new structures to influence the industry.
You will be joining an already existing team structure, recently reorganised with lots of capacity to expand to meet new business demand planned for the next 12 months. You will work alongside a wide range of internal and external partners, including system developers, as well as senior stakeholders within the business, who have the ability to authorise new systems, and business development.
- Experience within district heating, asset adoption, power generation, water supply, utilities or energy.
- An appropriate engineering qualification, alongside hands on experience of mechanical engineering.
- Knowledge and experience of designing, installing, commissioning, operating and maintaining a range of engineering assets ideally in the utilities sector
- Good knowledge of relevant legislation and supporting regulations including CDM, HASWA, Electricity at Work Regulations, DSEAR, IGEM Standards, PSSR, PUWER, LOLER, COSHH, L8 etc.
- Experience of working with and developing Computerised Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) such as Maximo or SAP.
- IT proficient with advanced skills in Word, Excel, Project etc.
- Excellent oral and written communication, interpersonal and influencing skills. Experiencing of working on new business with the ability to take a confident and diplomatic approach with colleagues, contractors and customers.
- A Chartered Member of a relevant Institution or professional body, or actively working towards membership.
- Spend up to 50% of the week on site's across London, with the rest of the week spent working remotely.
- Manage the adoption of new sites, using set procedures.
- Review design, installation and commissioning specifications.
- Manage internal design and build teams as well as external developers, consultants and clients to implement the recommendations.
- Identify, monitor and witness critical phases in the build and commissioning process.
- Ensure that adopted sites comply with all relevant regulations CP1 and E.ON standards.
- Ensure that suitable management systems are implemented prior to adoption.
- Ensure that all operational monitoring and control systems are functional prior to adoption.
Mechanical Engineering, Project Engineering, Asset Adoption, District Heating, Utilities, Oil and Gas, Energy