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Assistant Engineering Manager (HVDC)

Inverness, Highland Council, United Kingdom, £ 55200 - 83000 Per Year Car/Allowance, Performance related bonus, pension, Permanent

Description:

Assistant Engineering Manager (HVDC)

About the Role

Base Location: We're proud to offer a Flexible First approach to work, and this role is no exception. We will, however need your base 'home' location to be one of our SSEN Transmission Offices (Perth / Inverness / Aberdeen / Glasgow)

Salary: £55,200 - £83,000 + car / cash allowance + performance-related bonus + a range of other benefits to support your family, finances and wellbeing.

Working Pattern: Permanent | Full Time | Flexible First options available

As part of SSEN Transmission Pathway to 2030 programme of works, we are looking for Assistant Engineering Managers to help drive forward our projects and who can bring big ideas, new skills and innovative thinking to help us grow our teams to successfully deliver a network for Net Zero. 

Many of the Pathway to 2030 projects are new HVDC projects. This role would sit in within the HVDC Engineering Team, and although direct HVDC experience would be desirable it is not necessary.

We encourage candidates with a strong multi discipline engineering / project management experience in either construction, consultancy, or client organisations within the Energy Industry to apply.

An Assistant Engineering Manager (HVDC) will have the following key responsibilities:

- Working with the Project Engineering Manager, be responsible for delivery of HVDC Engineering scope (LCP Gate 1 to Gate 4) for assigned project / package (typical value £700M - £2000M); working closely with Project Engineering Manager, Lead Project Managers and Project Managers (and Project Director as appropriate) to ensure that Engineering and Quality risks are identified and understood, and that appropriate measures are put in place to ensure that issues are dealt with pro-actively where practicable, and to minimise risk to project/asset quality and programme.

- Direct Line Management responsibilities of project engineers and responsible for the co-ordination of all engineering activities, including the selection and management of engineering consultants, and the technical direction of contractors.

- Ensure that project technical requirements are clearly and robustly communicated to project teams, and that project teams understand the requirement to refer technical issues to engineering. Responsible for early identification of technology elements requiring Technical Authority approval, and preparing the plan for TA approval, in conjunction with the technical team.

- Promote and manage safety within project portfolio, including Safety in Design, implementation of CDM procedures and Principle designer (PD) practice, with Project Manager, and review of construction methods (RAMS) and commissioning and operational safety requirements.

- Responsible for Design Management Plans, Engineering Works Information, scheduling of Design Reviews and ensuring competent project technical leadership (in conjunction with Project Engineering Manager and the Technical Authority).

What do I need?

- A degree in an appropriate engineering discipline (preferably CEng) coupled with significant experience leading multi-discipline teams.

- Good technical knowledge of the Transmission network, with technical understanding of core elements, and high-level technical understanding of facilitating functions and an understanding of legal and regulatory obligations for Transmission.

- Good technical knowledge of relevant legislation and the implications for Transmission network management for both Assets and Projects, including CDM and ESQCR.

- Good relationships and understanding of consultants and external industry experts and the ability to communicate and challenge complex technical issues and recommendations in a clear and concise manner to facilitate decision making by senior management.

About our Business

At SSEN Transmission, we take immense pride in owning and operating the high-voltage electricity transmission network across the north of Scotland. We transport energy from where it is generated to wherever it is needed, ensuring a safe and reliable electricity supply for the communities we serve. But that's not all – we're committed to upgrading the grid to deliver cleaner, homegrown energy for the future. By developing, building and maintaining a network for net zero, we're creating secure power for generations to come.

What's in it for you?

We offer an excellent package with 34 days annual leave entitlement. Enhanced maternity/paternity leave, discounted healthcare, salary sacrifice car leasing and much more, view our full benefits package on our careers site.

As an equal opportunity employer we encourage diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We encourage applicants from all protected characteristics and commit to providing any reasonable adjustments you need during the application, assessment and upon joining SSE. Search for 'Inclusion & Diversity at SSE' to find out more.

What happens now?

All applications should be made online, and I'll be back in touch after the vacancy closing date to let you know the outcome.

If you would like to discuss any working flexibly requirements or adjustments you may require throughout the recruitment and selection process, please contact Stephanie at stephanie.murphy@sse.com or 01738 342963.

EXTERNAL: Before commencing your role with SSE, you'll need to complete our pre-employment screening process. This will consist of a criminality and credit check.

Job Details

549197
01/08/2024
Full Time
Inverness, Highland Council, United Kingdom
Permanent
£ 55200 - 83000 Per Year, Car/Allowance, Performance related bonus, pension
09/06/2024