Senior Systems Engineer - Mechanical/ Chemical Kent £45,000 - £55,000 + benefits Role Type: Permanent Background: Systems Engineering, Explosives, Mechanical, Chemical, Safety, HSESalary up to £45,000 - £55,000Location: Kent A leading defence and security consultancy who are known to have some of the most intelligent workforce across the UK are looking to bring in an experienced aerospace systems engineer to join their System Engineering Centre of Excellence. Due to billions of £ of investment and organisational growth and securing prestigious national and international projects they are expanding their team, bringing in new talent to complement their existing teams. This opportunity suits an engineer interested in using systems engineering skills to deliver building and facility infrastructure that will underpin our client's future operations at the site. You will need an interest in HSE compliance relating to storage and management of explosives as well as the delivery of enabling facilities such as the installation of X-ray equipment. Central to this role, is a close working relationship with users and stakeholders. The aim is to hand over the facilities to operations management team. Role Profile:You will be responsible for proposing and delivering the solution, working closely with the Programme Manager and technical leadership team.Ensure compliance with HSEProvision of an X-Ray installation to replace the service currently providedCompliance, assurance, hazardous activity management and design certificationWork independently and collaboratively planning, communicating and delivering output.Manage delivery and acceptance process to deliver capability Experience required: Technical LeadershipSystems EngineeringSupplier ManagementStakeholder EngagementHigh Integrity EngineeringDesign CertificationSystem engineering skills throughout lifecycle, requirement delivery test and acceptanceDelivery of facilitiesBuilding installationEngineering Leadership skills, proven delivery of an HSE compliant facilities and infrastructure programmeExperienced in Engineering, Scientific and Technical Management ProcessesWhole engineering lifecycle - Requirements, design, build and test, verification and validation, transition and release to service, disposal planning.Compliance, assurance, hazardous activity management and design certificationWork independently and collaboratively planning, communicating and delivering output You will be a key member of the programme delivery team and its extended networkIn addition, you will be part of the broader Systems Engineering team of ~350, who work across breadth of activities. You will be expected to network and contribute to the growth of the SE discipline, engineering excellence and best practice initiatives.Please note candidates will be required to undergo Security Clearance and therefore must be eligible to work in the UK and have resided within the UK for the last 5 years. If you believe you have the experience required please click the apply button or send your CV.