Project Engineer

Location
Bristol
Salary
£30000 - £40000 per annum
Posted
04 Apr 2018
Closes
18 Apr 2018
Ref
PE-18-B
Contact
Sam Hillberg
Job Function
Project Management
Specialist Area
Mechanical
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Opus Engineering are currently recruiting for a Project Engineer to work on a permanent basis at its client’s site in Bristol. 

 

Position: Project Engineer

Location: Bristol

Salary: circa £35,000.00

Job Type: Permanent

Sector: Project Engineering / Industrial / Test / Mechanical

 

Due to continued expansion our client is looking for a Project Engineer. This role is key in ensuring the company is able to meet its business objectives. As part of the team you will be point of contact for clients / partners, your main responsibility will be to ensure that projects are delivered on time, cost and quality. With developed engineering project management, you will work with the team to follow the product lifecycle from conception to completion.

 

Your responsibilities will include:

  • Project negotiation, technical support for contracting and set-up.
  • Requirements definition and approval for project work packages meeting customer requirements.
  • Project execution and control management of technical risks.
  • Technical collaboration with partners and suppliers.
  • Support for the design team.

 

To be considered for the role you should have the following:

  • Degree educated within an engineering discipline.
  • Ability to solve problems working from first principles.
  • Engineering systems integration, product and concept testing.
  • Some experience of industrial engineering project management.
  • Project and development methodology experience.
  • Have a keen eye for detail and excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • You should be an enthusiastic, determined and motivated individual with the desire to progress within this role.
  • You will be looking to make an impact on a growing team working within a fast-growing technology.

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