£ 150.00 - £ 150.00 per day
Description:

The Mechanical Engineer is responsible for initial provision and though life support of Mechanical systems. The position provides through life equipment support to various Project Teams. 

Working as part of a small team of four mechanics on a fleet of approximately 100 vehicles consisting of mainly cars but does include some 4x4 and vans. Work includes servicing, repairs, fault finding (including diagnostics) tyre fitting/repair, inspections and MOT testing (if Nominated Tester qualification held). 

Vehicle servicing, diagnostics/fault finding, inspections, repairs and tyre fitting.

Time served Vehicle Mechanic/ Technician (minimum five years) with NVQ Level 3 Vehicle Maintenance & Repair and/or City & Guilds Motor Vehicle Craft Studies Part 2/3 or equivalent.
 
 
Security Clearance: SC
CV Deadline: 5pm Tuesday 6th August 
£ 40.00 - £ 48.00 per hour
Purpose of the job:
  • We are looking for FPGA engineers to work on both the design and verification side of aerospace projects. Potential exists to swap between teams as workload changes (as long as test independence requirements are not breached).
  • Mandatory skills: ( please enter top 5 )
  • VHDL (Microsemi Igloo2, Polarfire or equivalent).
  • Design, Development or
  • Verification as appropriate
  • Software engineering process (Problem Reports, Config Management, Test Philosophy etc)
  • DOORS
 
Key tasks / Responsibilities:  
  • The FPGA will use Microsemi Igloo2 & Polarfire VHDL code, requirements are contained in DOORS, and industry standard configuration management tools are used.  
  • The design engineers will
  • Complete outstanding changes (detailed in Problem Reports) detailing where code needs updated against the design
  • Perform updates against new requirements (against new Device Level Requirements)
  • Produce, update and maintain all appropriate DO-254 documents for the project
  • Support verification, code coverage and elemental analysis
 
The verification team will:
  • Complete outstanding changes (detailed in Problem Reports) detailing where tests need updated (against both the design and the requirements)
  • Develop new tests as required by changes to the requirements and design
  • Ensure the design meets the requirements by running the tests, and recording the results
  • Results analysis (including coverage metrics)
£ 230.00 - £ 230.00 per day
Minimum Requirement: 

Windows 10 experience
Infrastructure replacement experience
Switch and Cabinet replacement experience
Experience of Firewalls and installations
HSCN experience desirable
Available to start 1.8.19
Own Vehicle
Security Clearance: BPSS
CV Deadline: Tuesday 12 noon 23.7.19
Interview Process: telephone
£ 400.00 - £ 450.00 per day
  • Extensive knowledge of the Weapons Integration process, including the applicable regulations mandated for the Safe & Suitability for Service
  • Knowledge of Weapons/Aircraft Integration Equipment's (Weapons Suspension/Launcher Equipment clearance process
 
SC CLEARANCE
UK NATIONAL ONLY
£ 400.00 - £ 450.00 per day
The purpose of the PPT Lead is to establish and run Pegasus Project Activity. The role requires strong leadership and management skills, coupled with complex engineering project management experience, to ensure the technical integrity of the project and its coherence across the multi-national work strands. The incumbent will need to develop and maintain robust relationships with the FVEY national engineering and delivery agents, to ensure that all initiatives meet the requirements of the FVEY community. Techncial stakeholder engagement will be a key activity of the PPT Lead.
 
The Engineering Leadership roles will require five eyes IT engineering or service delivery or design experience;  
 
SC CLEARANCE
£ 400.00 - £ 450.00 per day
The purpose of the Engineering Design Lead is to lead on the engineering design, Test, Evaluation and Transition into service of new or changed services. The role will act as the lead focal point for FVEY engineering decisions.
 
St Vincent's with travel within the UK iaw. MOD policy. Overseas travel, if required, subject to separate LoL. Occasional overseas travel to Australia/Canada/New Zealand/USA. Addressed as part of programme funding at Defence travel rates.
 
SC CLEARANCE
£ 400.00 - £ 450.00 per day
-Experience of acting as MOD Senior Shipyard Representative during build or major maintenance period.
-Experience of managing delivery against a Contractor schedule.  
-Understanding of the NAPIER Project principles, test, acceptance and assurance procedures.
-Experience in complex stakeholder management, including integration of the Defence Lines of Development (DLOD).
-Experience in identifying, analysing, mitigating and managing engineering Risks and Issues.  
-Experience of technical oversight of contractor and MOD teams.  
-Experience in warship regeneration, trials, and working with RN authorities.
 
Act a Senior Respresentative for MOD On-Site during the PIP Embodiment to complete the following;  
-Providing technical oversight and assurance,  
- Identification of Engineering Technical risks and issues,
-Management and reporting of the Embodiment schedule,  
-Stakerholder Management to include DLOD, NC, MOD, and Industry.  
 
Key Milestones include;
Production Readiness Review - Sept 19
Ship 1 PIP Embodiement starts - Dec 19
SATs and HATs - Q2-Q3 2020
 
SC CLEARANCE
UK NATIONAL ONLY
£ 485.00 - £ 485.00 per day
Description:
To lead and manage the resources to deliver engineering outputs to enhance capability and reputation; and to maintain standards and improve the quality of it's products, services and advice to customers. To lead and influence the development of work plans, including identification of improvements to systems, capabilities and/or process. To use existing and emerging engineering practice to lead the delivery of the work plans, which improve systems and products and provide advice and services for the benefit of customers. To lead and manage the generation and presentation of documentation and reports internally and externally in order to meet the needs of the customer, including; maintaining capability, integrity, standards; and/or communicating advice and knowledge and/or promoting reputation. To lead and provide engineering advice to other team members to improve the effectiveness and to manage resources of the team. To carry out continuing professional development in line with current and future needs.
 
Minimum Requirement

Essentially a 3rd line client support role – covering :SCCM / Windows Active / Group policy / Office 365 / Windows 10 & 7 

Technical Skill/Experience – a minimum of 12 months experience of products is essential and appropriate vendor certification is preferable 

Leads technical implementation of small to medium infrastructures and technical designs including producing cost and timescale estimates and identifying risks. 
On larger projects works within a technical framework of the project to meet customer requirements. 

2 Establishes working relationships with the customer and relevant operational units, at the appropriate technical and/or management level, to understand the requirements of the customer’s business in order to deliver and enhance the service.

3 Takes ownership for obtaining the information required to diagnose and resolve more complex problems than the engineer level. Engages with third parties to jointly resolve in-depth product issues where necessary. Proactively analyses information and trends, proposing action to resolve problems, maintain and enhance service. 
Security Clearance: SC essential –
CV Deadline: Friday 12th @ 2pm 
£ 400.00 - £ 400.00 per day
Description:
To lead and manage the resources to deliver engineering outputs to enhance capability and reputation; and to maintain standards and improve the quality of it's products, services and advice to customers. To lead and influence the development of work plans, including identification of improvements to systems, capabilities and/or process. To use existing and emerging engineering practice to lead the delivery of the work plans, which improve systems and products and provide advice and services for the benefit of customers. To lead and manage the generation and presentation of documentation and reports internally and externally in order to meet the needs of the customer, including; maintaining capability, integrity, standards; and/or communicating advice and knowledge and/or promoting reputation. To lead and provide engineering advice to other team members to improve the effectiveness and to manage resources of the team. To carry out continuing professional development in line with current and future needs. 

1. Duties/Tasks: 
a. The provision of Subject Matter Expert (SME) support to major projects, delivery teams, and other clients on the design, installation, commissioning, and maintenance of low voltage equipment/systems incl. those in hazardous areas (i.e. potentially explosive areas); 
b. Incident/accident investigations and, where necessary, the preparation of Safety Alerts; 
c. The review and update of technical standards, policy and guidance documents to support electrical equipment and systems; 
d. Support to the MOD's Senior Authorising Authority (Electrical) in managing it's safe system of work (SSoW) for electrical systems including: assessment of prospective Authorising Engineers; assurance activities, and drafting of JSP 375 Pt2 Vol 3 Chapter 3 (MOD's electrical SSoW). 
e. Support the delivery of Future Delivery Instructure Systems, including schedule analysis, tender appraisal, and contractor assessment. 
f. The review of electrical systems, equipment, and installations (e.g. BS7671 and assoc. guidance, BS EN 60079, etc.) 


2. Functional Competencies: 
a. Demonstrable knowledge and experience of low voltage systems provided in buildings (incl. distribution, generation, UPS, and renewable systems), and in potentially explosive atmospheres throughout the systems lifecycle. 
b. Demonstrable knowledge of the hazards associated with electricity and the principles of protection of electrical equipment and systems in potentially explosive atmospheres, and in the management of electrical systems of work incl. MOD's safe system of work for electricity (JSP 375 Pt 2 V3). 
c. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office 

Key Tasks: See above (Job Description - 6e) for details. 

Deliverables: As agreed with Hd EI and customer / client 

1st Degree in Electrical Engineering or equiv. 

Chartered or Incorporated Electrical Eng. with membership of a professional Institution/Institute appropriate to electrical engineering 

PPE req'd for site visits
 
 
SC cleared candidates only please
In scope
CV delivery - 12pm Thursday 11th
£ 28.00 - £ 28.00 per hour
The RAL Space Mechanical Engineering Group (MEG) requires mechanical engineering design contractors to produce the designs and detailed drawings for the manufacture and assembly of various projects. 

ESSENTIAL: 
It’s key they have extensive knowledge of Solid Edge. They will be tested on this in the interview

LIST OF DUTIES/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: 

• Producing 3D-CAD models of designs and supporting design documentation
• Good knowledge of GD&T
• Producing drawings of components for manufacture (compliant with BS8888)
• Producing assembly drawings

Any other Relevant Information 
Contractors are required to work on-site at RAL.

Security Clearance: BPSS
CV Deadline: HM requested 24 hour turn around. Pls submit by 1pm Thursday 10th
Interview Process: F2F – Be prepared to being previous drawings – quick chat about experience and then a test to see if they can drive Solid Edge.
£ 350.00 - £ 350.00 per day
Description:
Enable the operation of 3 Border Force vessels in the UK and one in the Aegean 

skills (including specialist skills) and/or knowledge required: 

1. Ensures safe and efficient watch keeping practises are carried out in the engine room and machinery spaces to the Chief Engineer satisfaction. 
2. Assists with the loading/discharging of fuel oil, lubricating oil, water and liquid as well as dry bulk cargo as delegated by the Chief Engineer. 
3. Assists with the maintenance of records of fuel, potable water and lubricants remaining on board. 
4. Maintains accurately engine room Log Book, Oil Record Book, and other departmental records. 
5. Prepares a hand over report, for the relieving Second Engineer and discusses details. 
6. Execute measures to prevent and/or reduce pollution to the environment. 
7. Act as lookout, assist in mooring operations and other shipboard duties as required. Stands engine room watch as per agreed watch rotation. 
8. Ensures that either he or the Chief Engineer is on board at all times, and that he is aware when the Chief Engineer is away from the vessel. 

Qualifications and Experience required 
1. Qualified in accordance with international standards to Standards of Training Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW), or other pertinent regulations 
2. Previous experience which will show candidate is capable of becoming fully conversant with Border Force Vessels’ Safety Management Systems within a short time

Provide a brief description and summary of the engagement: 
Suitably qualified maritime engineer deployed to a Border Force vessel (cutter). Responsible for engine room operations in the absence of the appointed Chief Engineer. Responsible for management and maintenance of the Planned Maintenance System (PMS) on board as instructed by the Chief Engineer.
Security Clearance: CTC
Minimum Requirement: CTC or higher clearance and Engineering Officer of the Watch (OOW) qualifications.
CV Deadline: Thursday 1pm 
£ 450.00 - £ 450.00 per day
Operating under the Chief Engineer of the Flight Simulation and Synthetic Trainers Delivery Team (DT), providing central direction to DT staff to develop the team and deliver agreed DT Safety and Environmental outputs.  
  1. Safety & Environmental Management - Providing the DT's Project Engineers with the guidance and tools required to ensure all FsAST projects are POSMS & POEMS compliant and defining the FsAST Safety & Environmental Management System (SEMS).
  2. Audit - Developing and maintaining a realistic and achievable audit plan for both the ISEA and Internal Auditing of the teams Safety and Environmental performance.  
  3. Meetings - Acting as secretary for both the FsAST Safety and Environmental Management Committee and the Director AS 2* Equipment Safety Review (ESR).
  4. Finance - Controlling the Finance Line for S&E external contracts, i.e. FsAST ISEA contract and SEMS Support.  
  5. Review, Approval or Endorsment of FsAST projects' documentation.
  6. Engineering, Standards and Safety - Ensuring appropriate standards are maintained and Safety & Environmental aspects are professionally managed across the DT.   
Responsible for supporting Flight Simulation and Synthetic Trainers projects' Safety and Environmental management activities, specifically:
g) Maintenance and development of the FsAST SEMS, processes and templates.
  1. S&E Audit of all FsAST projects.
  2. Maintenance and development of the FsAST DT S&E Audit Plan.
  3. Advising the Chief Engineer, and FsAST staff, on S&E related issues.
  4. Acting as Secretary for the SEMC (every four months) and Director AS 2* ESR (annual).
  5. Review, Approval or Endorsement of FsAST projects' S&E documentation
 
The post holder will hold a personal delegation making them responsible for:   
  1. Providing direction that ensures the PT meets its responsibilities under DSA and specific MAA policy, also POSMS/POEMS through timely and effective S&E management.  
  2. Creating and maintaining a working environment that encourages staff to achieve their full potential.  
  3. The S&E policy and governance management of all equipment procured and supported by the DT.  
  4. Health and Safety in all areas of responsibility.
SC Clearance
UK National Only
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