KBR Mechanical Engineer(Packaged Equipment) Water & Fuel in ENG, United Kingdom
Title: Mechanical Engineer(Packaged Equipment) Water & Fuel
Job Number: 1062742
Working within the multi-disciplinary Engineering Team, reporting to the Discipline Lead Engineer to provide general mechanical engineering support to Government Services EMEA projects and bids with
a particular focus on water and fuel.
Intermediate Engineer – MECHANICAL Grade EMEC 30
Provide engineering input and support to current UK MOD, projects such as Joint Operational Fuels System and Combat Water as well as projects and bids for other UK Government Departments. The role may require frequent visits to a warehouse facility in Swindon.
Under general supervision, be responsible for the delivery of engineering aspects of projects from inception to completion either by leading or working as part of a team. Perform all conventional aspects of the discipline area subject matter, including, but not limited to; understanding brief definition, design and development, producing and checking design calculations, preparation of technical specifications & enquiries, research investigations, consultation with component manufacturers and constructors, monitoring performance results and the preparation of reports. Work may require investigation of related areas and technologies outside of previous experience.
Performing assignments requiring knowledge and application of basic engineering principles. Use judgment in making selections and adaptation of engineering options. Deliver in accordance with defined performance criteria and stakeholder expectations.
Provide specific support to the development and delivery of packaged equipment mainly for water treatment related work.
Perform inspections on new equipment and conditioning reports on recovered equipment from deployment.
Plan participate in and report on equipment/system integration trials.
Produce detailed specifications and scopes of work and review/report on supplier’s submissions.
As tasked, devise initial concepts, develop detailed design, design integration and validate/review mechanical systems.
Supervise the interface between different packages of equipment to form a well-integrated complete system.
Qualifications, Skills and Experience
A degree in Mechanical Engineering and practical ability to support the design and development of mechanical systems. With a hands-on experience of 3-5 years of mechanical engineering work.
Competent in the use of MS Office packages and AutoCAD and knowledge of 3D design software packages such as PDMS would be beneficial
Competent in the use of engineering calculation packages such as Hevacomp and Cymap.
Ability to work independently using own initiative or within a collaborative team.
Previous experience on Water Treatment industries
KBR offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive range of lifestyle benefits, including a flexible work schedule.
We are also committed to the development of our employees and actively support career progression through our training and appraisal programs.
Job: Engineering/Technical - Mechanical