MEP Project Engineer/Lead - Electrical
3rd Level Building Services / Electrical Engineering Degree and/or Trade background.
Minimum 5 years’ plus experience in a site-based MEP role.
Experience working on hyperscale Data Centers.
Excellent IT skills.
Strong ability to collaborate and work part of a high-performance team.
Reporting to the MEP Department Manager Europe your key responsibilities for the role will include but will not be limited to the following:
To align Electrical activities so they are completed in a safe manner ensuring the Health and Safety of all stakeholders is kept to the forefront of any decisions made or works executed.
To lead by example and ensure all stakeholders are made aware of Company specific Health & Safety policies and procedures and ensure that Health & Safety forms a key part of any discussions.
To be fully aware of and ensure that all stakeholders are aware of the existence of any hazardous energies and any site-specific management strategies (Lock Out Tag Out) around these sources of energy.
To have a full working knowledge of the project electrical systems and equipment and to track systems installation to ensure it is compliant with specification and program needs.
To understand project specific commissioning requirements and to assist in the development of project specific Commissioning Implementation Plans (CIPs).
To complete site quality inspections of the Electrical & CSA works to ensure the installation conforms to relevant requirements.
To coordinate that rooms and or areas meet the relevant CSA and MEP Quality standards and requirements for advanced Beneficial Use in line with the master construction program.
To ensure stakeholders receive sufficient information needed to progress systems installation such that it allows for works progression in line with the master construction program.
To ensure that contractors and vendors are adequately resourced to complete works successfully in order to streamline and prioritize the execution of electrical activities.
To review the master construction schedule and identify opportunity and sequencing to focus on work faces in terms of electrical and CSA scope which will ultimately enhance program delivery.
To review the site construction power system (Temporary Power) to ensure it is installed to meet ongoing construction and commissioning requirements.
To chair and input into onsite and offsite meetings with all relevant project stakeholders as per project requirements.
Issue weekly progress & costs report
Management of sub-contractor activities including tracking progress against schedule and manpower levels.
To review and ensure system electrical stakeholders both (internal and external) produce the following items:
(i) Construction and Commissioning Programs reflective of the Master Construction Schedule.
(ii) Works execution documents and trackers.
(iii) Equipment Bills of Materials (BOMs)
(iv) Risk Assessments and Method Statements.
(v) Progress reports reflective of their scope in alignment with theirprogram.
(vi) All relevant Field and Vendor turnover/handover packs as required by the project.
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