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job reference: 10457

Quantity Surveyor / Estimator

We are seeking a Quantity Surveyor / Estimator for a client based near Immingham, North East Lincolnshire. This is a full time, contract position with an expected duration of 12 months. The role sits within the Projects and Construction Group of a large top tier COMAH site, offering an excellent working environment for the successful candidate.

Basic purpose/accountabilities:

  • Responsible for providing contract administration, financial measurement, valuation and certification to construction contracts.
  • Responsible for management and development of the project estimating databases and models and the production of project cost estimates.
  • Supervises agency project QS Team

Primary functions/responsibilities:

Contract Engineer/Administrator (QS)

  • Liaison with construction and procurement groups in the preparation, award and management of construction / fabrication contracts
  • Supervises and directs agency project Quantity Surveyors to achieve required standard of contract cost control
  • Develop and amend "Schedule of Rates" basis to apply to discipline construction contracts
  • Develop and implement processes to measure, value and certify construction works performed
  • Coordinates with 3rd Party Contractors to resolve cost management issues
  • Support project leaders and construction disciplines to negotiate and resolve contract claims and variations
  • Provides advice and guidance on optimal compensation / measurement methodsInput to cost monitoring and forecasting of construction projects
  • Manage site instructions and variation ordersThrough effective contract control has impact on a significant element of the refinery capital budget

Project Cost Estimating

  • Develop and maintain the estimating database and modelsInterpret project scopes of work and engineering work pack to establish quantity take offs for estimating
  • Understands discipline (Civil, Structural, Piping, Mechanical, Electrical & Instrumentation, Painting) standards to apply in estimating process
  • Produce cost estimates for all refinery projects; conceptual order of magnitude through to detailed full funding approval levels

Critical Skills and Essential Qualifications

  • Strong negotiation / influencing skillsQuantity Survey (QS) trained and certificated
  • Contract knowledge and expertise
  • Computer literacy (Excel, SAP)Analytical skills
  • Ability to rationalise options
  • Strong communication skills both written and oral.Focus in continuous improvement
  • Knowledge of Procurement / Accounting policy
  • High ethical standards
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Self-motivated
  • Ability to interact with contractors
  • Engenders trust

To apply, please send an current CV with an indication of availability and hourly rate requirement (and whether PAYE or Ltd Co basis).


location: Immingham | salary: Negotiable | contract duration: 12 Months

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job reference: 10456

Draughtsperson

30.11.17

We are looking to recruit a Draughtsperson for our client based in North Lincolnshire. This is an excellent opportunity to work within a large, worldwide organisation.  It is a full time position for an initial 12 month contract.

Basic Function

The candidate will be required to work as directed to produce quality piping isometrics and engineering layout drawings for Normal Maintenance, TA/SUS and Projects in accordance with the clients Engineering Standards.  The candidate must be a proficient user of AutoCad 2016

Responsibilities

  • Carry out site visits across the site and satellite areas to review work scope.
  • Carry out a site measure and produce hand sketches to assist with the production of the isometric drawing.
  • Discuss repair/replacement options with Execution Teams to determine effective constructability.
  • Review existing information from SAP, EIMS, and Standard Engineering data to assist with the drawing.
  • Refer to Required Standards, Engineering Practices and Legacy Local Standards to ensure compliance to current standards and practices.
  • Produce isometric drawings to our current standards using our existing drawing borders.
  • Carry out revisions to the drawings as required.

location: Immingham | salary: Competitive | contract duration: Initial 12 month contract

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job reference: 10455

Instrument Designer

20.11.17

We are currently looking for an Instrument Designer to work for one of our clients based in Immingham. This is a contract position working full time hours Monday to Friday. Initial contract duration is approximately 6 months, however dependent on workload this may be reviewed and extended.

Duties:

  • Instrument drawings, data sheets, I/O wiring diagrams, P&IDs, specifications, calculations, charts and graphs
  • Project controls, cost estimates, quantity take-offs and manpower requirements for proposals, forecasts and change orders
  • Plan and conduct independent work requiring judgement in evaluation, selection, application and adaptation of engineering techniques, procedures and criteria.

Functions:

  • Requires broad knowledge of precedents in the speciality area and a solid knowledge of principles and practises related to technical areas
  • Requires broad knowledge of the application of engineering to plant constructability as applied to construction methods and materials, and the economics involved
  • Plan, schedule, conduct and coordinate program of assigned engineering work and projects
  • Analyse reports, maps, drawings, tests and other data to plan and design work
  • Ensure proper interdisciplinary coordination and effective communication on projects
  • Assemble bid, approval and construction issue drawing packages
  • Use engineering and design software to complete assigned work
  • Direct and/or participate in job site visits to collect or deliver design and engineering data.

Requirements:

  • Preferable Oil & Gas / Petrochemical experience
  • Experienced the use of & application of IEC 61508/11
  • Preferable certification in functional safety
  • Experience in the validation of SIF's
  • Reliability modelling of instrument loops
  • Use of AutoCAD.

location: Immingham | salary: Competitive | contract duration: Initial 6 month contract

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