Engineering Manager

  • Location: Glenrothes
  • Closing Date: 05/03/2021
  • Salary: Competitive
  • Job Type: Full Time

Based in Fife, Scotland, Utility ROV Services is an independent, pro-active ROV service provider specialising in Offshore Renewables, Interconnector, Oil & Gas and Decommissioning industries. We are an energetic and innovative company that design, build and operate our own bespoke UTROV® systems and tooling to support subsea operations. Improving efficiency by controlling its suite of tools directly, the UTROV® provides multi-phase capability, eliminating the requirement to mobilise multiple spreads of equipment with individual teams for one single project.

We are seeking an experienced Engineering Manager with a strong mechanical engineering background to lead the engineering team based at our head office.

Responsibilities:

– Responsible for the management and development of a multi-disciplined engineering team

– Management of project specific engineering and innovative asset upgrades.

– Implementation and management of internal design control through the deployment of engineering procedures integrated with the companies quality management system.

– Design of mechanical components and assessment of design suitability using hand calculations.

– Preparation of 2D and 3D detailed design drawings.

– Development of equipment specifications and performance requirements

– Creation of drawing packages for component manufacture.

– Updating of drawing packages for electrical and hydraulic systems.

– Create and maintain supporting documentation including assembly/arrangement drawings, maintenance procedures, operation and equipment operating manuals.

– Scheduling and budgeting of resources.

– Source and select materials to allow for effective design optimisation.

– Prioritising workload to ensure deadlines are met for the team.

– Make cost calculations caused by any changes to the designs and inform the Managing Director of these.

– Planning for equipment mobilisations, writing of mobilisation task plans and preparation of required documentation.

– Follow up on component manufacture and equipment assembly ensuring deliverables are in accordance with the specification and industry best practice.

– Promoting a safe working environment, following and implementing company QHSE requirements.

– Management of technical documentation including: Reports, Calculations, Specifications, Parts list, Assembly, Test and Operational Procedures, Manufacturing Data, Risk and failure-mode analyses

– Technical Liaison with colleagues, clients and suppliers

Minimum Educational Qualifications:

– Mechanical Engineering degree

Minimum Previous Experience:

– Proficient in the use of 3D / 2D design software (Inventor, Solidworks, AutoCAD and Draftsight)

– Good understanding of hydraulic and electrical systems

– Strong communication skills – both written and verbal are essential

– Excellent computer skills and a good understanding of MS Office are essential

– Commercially aware

– Previous experience within the offshore industry essential

– Knowledge of the standards used for the design and build of equipment for the oil and gas sector is advantageous

– Good report writing and analytical skills

– Ability to work in a pressurised environment with a good eye for detail

– Appropriate initiative, ability work independently when necessary

– Self-motivated, flexible and reliable with good problem-solving skills

Other Skills:

– Good communications skills

– Team player

– Organised and efficient

– Able to work under minimum supervision