Structural Jacket EngineerLeatherhead Market related
Job Title: Structural Jacket Engineer - Carbon Capture and Storage Project Duration: 4-month Initial Contract Immediate Start Location: Hybrid Working (2 days remote per week), Outside IR35 IR35 Status: Outside IR35. Are you a skilled Structural Jacket Engineer looking for an exciting opportunity to contribute to cutting-edge projects in the field of carbon capture and storage? We are seeking a talented professional to join our dynamic team for an initial 4-month contract, with the possibility of extension. Responsibilities: Design and analyze structural jackets for offshore installations, with a focus on carbon capture and storage projects. Collaborate with multidisciplinary teams to ensure the structural integrity, safety, and compliance of the jacket structures. Perform structural assessments, feasibility studies, and risk analyses. Contribute to the development of innovative solutions for challenging engineering problems. Coordinate with project managers, architects, and other engineers to meet project milestones.
BuyerStafford Market related
Job Title: Buyer Location: Stafford Type: 6-Month Contract Rate: £30+ per hour 2 Days Potential Working from Home We're seeking an experienced Buyer for a 6-month contract in Stafford. This role involves executing materials procurement actions to support Integration, New Product Introductions, and cost reduction projects. Key Responsibilities: Execute materials procurement actions supporting Integration, New Product Introductions, and cost reduction projects. Ensure material is ordered and scheduled per Oracle Material Plans. Purchase and negotiate materials, equipment, and supplies from vendors. Evaluate vendor quotes and services to determine desirable suppliers. Requirements: Bachelor's degree may be required. Proven experience in materials procurement and negotiation. Familiarity with Oracle Material Plans. Working Arrangements: 6-month contract. Potential for 2 days working from home.
Senior Process Safety EngineerNorwich Market related
Job Title: Senior Process Safety Engineer Location: Norwich, United Kingdom Type: Full-time, Staff Position Salary: Negotiable About Us: We're looking for a skilled Senior Process Safety Engineer to join our team, focusing on process safety studies and risk assessments. This role plays a crucial part in ensuring the safety and integrity of our operations. Work Environment: This is a full-time office-based position, Monday to Friday, with offshore visits as business requires. Responsibilities: Lead HAZOP, LOPA, and other safety studies. Provide engineering solutions for identified risk gaps, ensuring compliance with standards. Update Hazardous Area Classification as per relevant standards. Contribute to site-based process safety activities. Coach and mentor junior engineers. Key Requirements: MEng in Chemical/Process Engineering or equivalent. Minimum 10 years' experience in process safety engineering, preferably in Oil and Gas. Familiarity with relevant regulations and standards. Experience in simulation software (Phast, Hysys). Ability to interpret CFD results (desirable). Offshore certifications (BOSIET/FOET, MIST, CA-EBS, Offshore Medical - desirable). Benefits: Competitive Salary Life Assurance Private Medical Insurance Flexible Benefit Allowance Excellent Pension Provision 25 Days Holiday Profit 'Units' Sharing Scheme Discretionary Bonus We are an equal opportunity employer, committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. Join us in shaping the future of process safety in the Oil and Gas industry!
Project ManagerWarrington Market related
Project Manager Warrington one of the UK's largest multidisciplinary design and build contractors with over 100 years of industry experience. With expertise in supporting blue chip clients in the Water, Power & Energy, Pharmaceutical and Food and Beverage industries they are at the forefront of value-added engineering. As a leading engineering firm driving the energy transition in the UK, Purpo To undertake the management of projects within the Technology SBU. Location Warrington Dimensions Projects ranging in size from £50K to £3m.Volume of projects approximately £1.5m to £5m per year. Organisation The job holder will report to the Operations Manager. The job holder will liaise closely with the Technology SBU Key Account Managers, Project Managers, Project Engineers, internal staff and clients as necessary to effectively execute the project management function. The job holder will also liaise with other BGEN Ltd SBUs as required to deliver Group opportunity projects. The job holder will work on MEICA contracts/projects, typically involving mechanical, electrical, instrumentation, control and automation systems. Key Responsibilities Plan and implement successful project delivery for each given project to a high quality, on time and within budget. Assume responsibility for, manage and communicate project commercial performance and programme with senior management, highlighting any concerns. Communicate programme and progress with the client, primarily by means of project programmes and other commercial and engineering updates. Propose project delivery improvements to increase performance, efficiency and profitability. Ensure that all projects are delivered while adhering to Technology quality procedures. Manage and co-ordinate sub-contractors and product suppliers effectively. To ensure that project design reviews are carried out. To have knowledge of current standards and practices in LV Engineering, control and automation industries. To inform appropriate Key Account Manager of potential opportunities. To evaluate accurately any project early warnings, compensation events and/or variations and communicate them to senior management and clients effectively. Effectively manage any project (commercial, technical or contractual) risks and communicate these risks to senior management and other stakeholders. When needed, to manage engineering and administrative staff working on projects. To assume Health and Safety responsibility for site works associated with projects. This may include complying with the requirements specified in the CDM regulations. Skills Knowledge Essential Skills Good planning, organisational and time management skills. Good interpersonal skills. Excellent IT skills, including MS Word, MS Excel and MS Project. Ability to act on own initiative. Ability to communicate effectively at all levels within and outside the organisation. Special Features Must have good organisational skills. Needs to have good communication skills at all levels. Must be positive, approachable, willing and helpful. Must be commercially aware. Must be a good team player. Must have an appreciation of electrical installations and control systems including, but not limited to, control panels/MCCs, PLC, SCADA, instrumentation. The job holder shall have a willingness to undertake an annual performance 1 to 1 review, to attend and have an active participation in all internal and external training courses. Qualifications ONC/HNC/Degree in electrical, measurement or control engineering or related discipline. Good basic education particularly in English language and grammar. Project Management skills, APM or Prince 2 practitioner preferred. IOSH Managing Safely and CDM principle contractor knowledge/experience preferred. Job Related Experience Minimum 2 years project management experience within a medium or large organisation.
Subsea Pipeline EngineerLeatherhead £55 - 65 per hour
Our Client has a requirement for 2 Subsea Pipeline engineer, who will be required to work on a 6 month contract basis for one of our clients based out of Surrey. Hybrid Working will be available on this role with a 3/2 office/home split. Job Role Responsibilities: Carry out subsea pipeline FEED activities comprising: mechanical design specification development riser design pipeline analysis Liaise with pipeline designers and umbilicals/controls engineers Experience / Skills / Knowledge / Qualifications: Ideally we are looking to speak with candidates with Carbon Capture (CCS) project experience and pipeline experience in the North Sea. Company information At First Recruitment Group we understand just how important it is to secure the right people. That is why our Recruitment Consultants always take the time to understand requirements in detail and offer sound advice to both clients and candidates. We actively recruit at all levels and this is a superb opportunity for pipeline engineers looking for new employment. As part of putting people first, we strive to be an equal opportunities employer and we are always looking to increase the diversity of our workforce, working closely with our clients to ensure everyone is included.
Technical Safety EngineerNorwich Day Rate DOE
Role Purpose: Talascend is presenting a unique opportunity with a prominent Oil & Gas company for a full-time Safety Engineering role based in Norwich. This position, within the QSHE team, plays a pivotal role in ensuring compliance with UK QSHE legislation, industry standards, and best practices for a significant gas operator in the Southern North Sea. Job Role Responsibilities: Conduct in-house safety studies (Total Risk Management, HAZID, Bowtie, ALARP) for operations and projects. Develop Barrier Diagrams (Bowties) and perform Consequence modeling using DNV GL PHAST or FLARESIM software. Execute Mini Quantitative Risk Assessments (QRA), including Event and Fault Tree development. Handle Hazardous Area Classification, Fire and Explosion Risk Assessment, and Safety Case Material Changes. Conduct 5-yearly Thorough Reviews, with knowledge of COMAH regulations being desirable. Prepare, commission, manage, and review technical safety studies from contractors, covering areas such as QRA, Cost Benefit Analysis, and Escape, Evacuation, and Rescue Assessment. Provide safety engineering support for the Management of Change process. Ensure regulatory compliance by engaging with operations and projects, identifying requirements, obtaining permits, and ensuring conditions are met. Coach and guide teams for compliance with legislation (OSDR/SCR, PFEER, DSEAR, DCR, PSR, PSSR). Liaise with regulatory bodies on HSE matters, interpreting and communicating regulatory drivers. Stay current with changes to HSE legislation, codes, guidelines, and industry standards. Support team members in achieving requirements under Safety Case Regulations. Experience / Skills / Knowledge / Qualifications: Higher technical qualification in engineering (Process Safety, Chemical, or Mechanical); Chartered status desirable. 10+ years' experience in Safety Engineering in the Oil & Gas Industry, with experience in both design and operation being desirable. Proficiency in MS Office (Word/Excel mandatory), PHAST, PHA-Pro, BowTie XP, FLARESIM. Ability to prepare technical reports, work to deadlines, and interact confidently with Senior Management and regulatory bodies. Participation in critical courses such as FLARESIM (Flare Modelling), Health & Safety Compliance, and Risk Management using the Bowtie Method. Technically confident and organized, with a methodical approach. Company information At First Recruitment Group we understand just how important it is to secure the right people. That is why our Recruitment Consultants always take the time to understand requirements in detail and offer sound advice to both clients and candidates. We actively recruit at all levels and this is a superb opportunity for Safety Engineers looking for new employment. As part of putting people first, we strive to be an equal opportunities employer and we are always looking to increase the diversity of our workforce, working closely with our clients to ensure everyone is included.
Environmental AdvisorNorwich Market related
Our Client has an exiting opportunity based in Norwich, working as a Environmental Engineer working on a hybrid working pattern. Contract Duration: 12 Month Contract Responsibilities: Environmental Support: Provide expert advice and proactive environmental support to Operations. Ensure understanding of all environmental requirements and implement controls and mitigations. Support Net Zero projects from concept to execution. Team Management: Coach and develop Environmental Advisors. Manage the regulatory relationship with offshore and onshore environmental regulators. Project Management: Manage projects within the hub, providing advice to project teams. Review and submit all required permits to the regulator. Compliance and Reporting: Manage OPPC, ETS, and Chemical permits. Review all permit submissions to the regulator. Support timely submission of internal and external reporting (EEMS, OSPAR, OPPC, SECR). Environmental Operations: Provide technical input into Terminal Environmental Operations. Input into an Environmental plan supporting ISO14001. Audits and Inspections: Coordinate and lead the maintenance of ISO14001:2015. Conduct programmed audits and inspections. External Representation: Represent the company in external affairs concerning environmental management. Provide advice on environmental policy and legislation compliance. Legislation Monitoring: Coordinate the monitoring and review of environmental legislative changes. Personnel and Contractor Performance: Regularly review personnel and contractor performance against environmental operating standards. Training: Develop and maintain training and advisory documents. Deliver training and advisory sessions to personnel. Oil Spill Plans: Ensure oil spill plans are updated and maintained. IMT Participation: Member of the Incident Management Team (IMT). Budget Oversight: Provide input and oversight of the environmental element of the HSE budget. Experience/Qualifications Required: Strong experience in the environmental field of offshore upstream Oil & Gas. Broad experience, including offshore production, subsea, drilling, and well intervention. Knowledge of the UK regulatory environmental framework. Knowledge of emissions management and trading schemes. Excellent communication skills (written and verbal). Degree in Environmental Management, Engineering, or similar. Trained ISO14001 auditor. Working knowledge of SCR2015. Familiarity with PORTAL, EEMS, ETSWAP (or UK equivalent). Knowledge of SECR. BOSIET/FOET certification. Personal Attributes: Ability to build excellent relationships and collaborate with peers and external stakeholders. Strong planning and organizational skills with multitasking ability. Pragmatic approach to work with integrity. Proactive, self-starting, and able to work alongside leadership. Use personal credibility and relationships to educate and assist others.
Mechanical EngineerNorwich £350 - 400 per day
Job Title: Mechanical Engineer (12-Month Contract) Location: Norwich, UK Company Overview: We are seeking a highly skilled and experienced Mechanical Engineer to join our team on a 12-month contract basis in Norwich. As a Mechanical Engineer, you will play a crucial role in ensuring the reliability, availability, and operability of a wide range of mechanical equipment, primarily in the oil and gas offshore industry. Key Responsibilities: Provide mechanical engineering support to various departments, including Operations, Maintenance, Projects, Metering, and Integrity. Offer engineering guidance and visibility during operational shutdowns. Identify and implement opportunities for improvements to eliminate production losses and conduct root cause failure analysis. Assist in delivering maintenance strategies and policies, specifying equipment routines and procedures. Monitor maintenance requirements and effectiveness, minimizing backlogs and interventions. Specify, cost-analyze, and procure replacement equipment while ensuring compliance with specifications and legislative requirements. Complete necessary documentation and assurance systems. Manage costs effectively when working with third-party vendors and contractors. Utilize electronic maintenance systems, such as Maximo. Safety & Environmentally Critical Tasks: Fundamental knowledge requirements for Mechanical Engineers supporting the performance testing, assurance, maintenance, and failure analysis of actuated and non-actuated valves. Safety & Environmentally Critical Courses: Accumulator/Pulsation Damper CompEx Ex11 Mechanical Competence or equivalent Hydraulic Awareness Requirements: Ideally, HNC, HND, or Engineering degree-qualified with a minimum of 8-10 years of experience in the oil and gas offshore industry. Detailed operational knowledge of oil and gas industry mechanical equipment. Sound knowledge of engineering, maintenance, and planning. Ability to provide timely guidance to management on equipment condition for predicting, planning, and budgeting for major costs and outages. Diligent, hard-working, a team player who can solicit help and cooperation from colleagues, and is supportive of change. Note: This is an initial 12-month contract position with the possibility of periodic travel to other assets. We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome candidates from diverse backgrounds. Join our team and help us maintain the operational excellence of our mechanical equipment while working within regulatory guidelines and engineering standards. Your expertise will contribute to the reliability and efficiency of our operations. You can also send through you're CV through to firstname.lastname@example.org or call me on 01925 907028. Talascend is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds and experiences. We look forward to receiving your application.