Process Integration Engineer
Job title: Process Integration Engineer
Business unit: Engineering Services Division: Technology UK
Office location: Birmingham/Blyth
To deliver a quality service and product to our clients in line with the project goals by working with the project team and applying ISG culture, systems and procedures. Specifically, to manage the building services design/installation process and to minimise risks associated with this to the project and to the company.
This position will manage the technical function for a significant project or a major section of the project and be specifically responsible for the integration of building and equipment systems between the building delivery team and equipment partners. The Process Integration Manager will manage the coordination of the various and multiple disciplines associated with the built environment and equipment providers, through the design development, contractor design portion (CDP), site installation and commissioning. They will ensure all works are fully coordinated and delivered in accordance with the contract programme.
The role will ensure that the installation is fault and error free through ensuring that the digital installation has been fully evaluated and coordinated with equipment submissions matched to the design of the built environment and approved in accordance with the project delivery milestones and the Clients equipment installation and commissioning programme. The Process Integration Manager will play a major role in ensuring Health, Safety, Quality and Environmental Policies are delivered on behalf of ISG and the Client.
For British Volt it is expected that this role will manage the design, development, delivery, and commissioning of the full facility with respect to the final design of equipment submissions and integration with the Client led design team. It is expected that during the delivery phase of the project that the individual will be based in Blyth, though during early design travel it may be necessary to attend in person meetings with the Client’s building design and equipment teams.
The person will:
Work with the Process Integration Manager or Senior Project Manager to maximize the overall strength of the business by fully engaging with the project management team.
Report to the Process Integration Manager or Senior Project Manager depending on the size of the project and its organisation
Contribute to the growth of the business through building relationship.
Take full ownership for Building & Equipment coordination and delivery on a project or large sections of the project ensuring full coordination across all parties involved.
Contribute to provide value and options.
Provide effective and timely assistance, advice and support during the project, and work with the project teams responsible for delivering it.
The person will be able to establish, maintain and manage the effective Process Integration resource and team at bid, delivery, and post construction phases. They will lead and provide a professional, comprehensive, and sustainable service for the customer, key partners and suppliers ensuring the Equipment coordination leads the requirements of the built environment.
A critical element of this is to ensure coordination of the Client led equipment within the built environment managing where necessary the competing demands of both equipment and building design, providing a fully coordinated project that is fault free regarding clash and installation sequence.
They will be responsible for:
Leading the development of the master coordination or zone from concept design through to detailed planning or gateway approval, clearly communicating the requirements of the process / facility effectively to consultant engineer and architect.
Lead internal and external layout and coordination review meetings across all disciplines.
Responsible for coordinating the relevant design parties and disciplines within project team to ensure that the facility and building services are installed in a safe and coordinated manner that is fault and clash free.
Undertake and report on design reviews and escalate issues via the risk management process.
Input to change control system and ensure changes are accounted for and authorised.
Attend, and chair where appropriate, meetings with the Client, the designers, specialist contractors and other team members.
Contribute to the regular Project Report and attend Project Meetings and Lead Design review workshops where appropriate.
Work with the BIM team to ensure full compliance of equipment models as part of information requirements for the project.
Lead integration with BIM team to ensure potential Equipment coordination issues are understood and resolved before design approval.
Ensure that Design to Cost principles are integrated within the equipment coordination process.
Check ongoing installation for compliance with coordination model and report and support resolution to any deviations.
Provide expertise in equipment installation and commissioning to Launch processes.
Produce monthly Services Status Reports on their projects or provide information to support the overall project report.
Provide input in the production of the project programme.
Represent the company at Pre-qualification, Pre-tender and Tender meetings and presentations.
Take on the role of mentor to ATSM and TTSM, and encourage career development (PDR) of junior engineers
Take part in formal Health Safety and Quality Audits of projects.
Skills & Experience
Has proven experience in the leading of large facility coordination and installation from the development of factory layout through to commissioning and handover of new equipment and processes.
Experience of working within a Facility Coordination or Layout development role within a Manufacturing environment or similar discipline.
Experience of creating concept & feasibility layouts for new manufacturing processes or facilities that utilise space effectively, have a clear structure for material, people and production flow and support lean manufacturing targets.
Provide support to the Equipment Engineering teams and other Engineering Specialists to provide Facility and Layout expertise on multi discipline projects in support of the construction and modifications of industrialisation projects.
Experience of analysing volume and capacity data to define operational flow and buffer strategy and can demonstrate effective problem resolution to bottleneck analysis.
Working knowledge of design coordination within multi-disciplinary projects involving Client led industrialisation.
Working knowledge of at least either the Autodesk Inventor or Revit applications.
Previous experience of AutoCAD and 3D modelling competence is essential.
Working knowledge of BIM technologies and working practices.
Fully conversant with the role of Designer and Principal Designer within Construction Design & Management Regulation (CDM Regulations).
The ability to lead, and to work as part of a team is essential, as is the ability to achieve results by meeting deliverables / commitments.
Candidate must have a record of proactive delivery and commitment to meeting deadlines including previous projects and budgetary management experience.
Good general knowledge of building design processes and knowledge of relevant design principles for industrial buildings.
Able to identify customers’ needs and meet those needs and expectation to the highest level of customer service in an enthusiastic and responsive manner.
Ability to make decisions.
Ability to build and develop relationships e.g. marketing relationships with external professionals and clients,
strategic relationships with contractors and suppliers.
Qualified to degree level or equivalent qualification in Manufacturing Engineering or Manufacturing competence, though related competence discipline with Manufacturing or Industrial experience will be considered.
Relevant professional qualification/ accreditation (desirable).
Recognised form of Health & Safety training