Project Engineers (PE) will be assigned to Special Tasks or to Specific Contractors (“Technological PE”); both roles have the following common general duties:
- managing multi-disciplinary interfaces: physical as well as functional interfaces;
- giving the necessary support and interacting with the PM on the relevant Contract or with the designed interface (commissioning, licensing, etc.);
- planning (in coordination with the relevant units) and controlling tasks and related activities, and ensuring the consistency with the overall project plan;
- identifying criticalities and risks and proposing (or implementing as applicable) solutions to avoid or to minimize the effects;
- managing criticalities needing a specific focus or a dedicated process;
- assisting the heads of area/unit as multidisciplinary issues arise;
- keeping under control the overall planning of the contract (or task) under his/her responsibility;
- taking actions to ensure that disciplines are complying with the schedule;
- recording decisions and keep under control actions agreed, through minutes of meetings and dedicated follow-up;
- pointing out (or asking for) impacts relevant to timing and costs, if any, to the impacted Area for the tasks under his/her responsibility.
“Special Task” PEs report to the Head of Engineering.
“Technological” PEs report to the Head of Project Engineering Management
Technological PE – Additional duties
“Technological” PEs have the following additional specific duties with respect to the Contract they are assigned with:
- PE is devoted to the technical interactions with Technological Contractor (TC);
- PE shall interact with Contractor to anticipate as much as possible the possible raising of criticalities;
- PE is in charge of assuring the completeness and current status of the Contractors’ Engineering Project Schedule (EPS) and the relevant documentation;
- PE is in charge of minimizing hindrances to the project, with the support of Disciplines;
- PE is in charge of evaluating, accepting or rejecting, all the modifications to consolidated design that are proposed by Technological Contractors, keeping under due consideration impacts to the project;
- PE is in charge of analyzing the overall effects of any modification or adjustment considering all the areas inside as well as outside engineering (e.g. construction, commissioning and start-up, etc.);
- PE shall assure the additional coordination expertise and actions whenever multidisciplinary issues arise.
- at least 10 years relevant experience in the follow up of a complex Mechanical/Electrical supply;
- past experiences in “Nuclear Plant Design” will be considered a plus; VVER plant design knowledge will be preferred;
- good knowledge of English langauge;
- good communication skills, leadership and decision making capabilities;
- problem solving attitude;
- independence with team work capabilities;
- good knowledge of Microsoft Office.
- willingness to relocate to Slovakia.
- competitive salaries/benefits,
- good working in multi-national environment