Jacobs Mechanical Equipment Manager in Sellafield, United Kingdom
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About the Opportunity
We are currently recruiting for a Mechanical Equipment Manager to join The Box Encapsulation Plant project at Sellafield.
The Box Encapsulation Plant project is one of the most important construction projects at the Sellafield Site, the plant will play a vital role in Sellafield’s 100-year clean-up programme by taking nuclear waste recovered from the sites original wasteplants and encasing it in concrete so it can be stored in a modern building. The plant is primarily designed to deal with waste from the Magnox Swarf Storage Silo, one of four legacy waste plants prioritised for clean-up by Sellafield Ltd’s owner, the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA). Alongside that work, the plant will also receive certain wastes from the other three legacy waste stores, the First-Generation Magnox Storage Pond, the Pile Fuel Storage Pond, and Pile Fuel Cladding Silo.
The BEP Joint Venture project will safely design and deliver a Plant and the works in accordance with the requirements of the contract to enable conditioning of wastes from the various donor plants, carried out in line with the Employer’s needs and to the satisfaction of stakeholders in the Box Encapsulation Project (BEP).
You will be responsible for the effective and consistent Management of the mechanical support to commission and handover of the Box Encapsulation Plant Project facility in accordance with the joint venture design and Sellafield site procedures:
The following responsibilities are but not limited to:
Promoting site HSEQS initiatives
Prevention and reporting accident, incidents, near misses, corrective actions and unsafe conditions
Review of risk register
Coordination and monitoring
Coordination of the site files
Managing production of AS Built records
Obtain design information from sub-contractors
Assessing material samples for compliance with the specification
Reviewing sub-contractor and supplier documentation designated approval for contractors’ submissions
Ensure Project procedures & Work Instructions are adhered to
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Experience / Skills:
Degree Qualification or equivalent qualification in a relevant technical or business discipline
Experience in senior construction management roles
Demonstrable experience in the leadership and direction of others
Experience working as part of a joint venture team on large scale projects covering all disciplines
Nuclear licensed experience would be preferred but is not essential
Management of day-to-day mechanical works
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