Field Assurance Engineer (Mechanical)

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Location: London, Greater London, England
Salary: depending on experience
Job Type: Temporary / Contract
Date Posted: 30 January 2019
Recruiter: Resourcing Solutions

Job Field Assurance Engineer (Mechanical)
Location: London
Rate: Negotiable This role falls inside IR35 

Job Type Contract 6 Months 

A major railway project is seeking an experienced Field Assurance Engineer (Mechanical) This will be a contractor facing role on a 50/50 office and site working where the focus shall be to assist the Lead Field Assurance Engineer in the closeout of punch works plus other Q&A and TCP documentation in readiness for the T&C systems integration phase testing and completion of their associated assurance documentation in readiness for the handover

This would be a great opportunity for an experienced M&E Resident Engineer or a Senior Project Engineer Rail experience is not a must but the candidate must have a proven track record and working experience on high end projects, e.g commercial office, hotels & residential, hospital , data centers etc. Where there roles and responsibilities are to deliver the consultant designs and or design & build works packages within a high end driven Q&A systems process through the build & snagging phases to the final stages of T&C witnessing and client handover.

The main Responsibilities of the Job will be the following

Carrying out site inspections and raise observations were required and close out of all IRN punch works, redline drawings, access labelling and value charts and their associated Q & A, documentation and associated eB work orders.
Input into the review and close out of F1 & F2 drawings, FCD's , NCR's RAMS and O&M's and their associated eB work orders.
Input into the review and completion of the CEG -VAP and plant & equipment data register.
Input into the review of the various systems PCC's and PAC's.
Input into the review of the TCP, Q&A and acceptance documentation and there eB work orders in readiness for the T&C systems integration phase testing.
Input into the site witnessing of the associated T&C phase 2.1, 2.2 2.3 testing and phase 3 integration testing.
Input into the review and acceptance of the completed T&C test results and associated assurance documentation and there eB work orders.
Attend Q&A, Certifications, T&C progress meetings and TfL inspections as delegated by the LFAE-M
HSE Inspection and GREF reports and attend SoW briefings. Review H&S files and works packages.
Others duties and responsibilities as delegated by the LFAE-M.

Main challenges of the job
Working with London Underground and Rail for London to ensure that Crossrail s Element Outstanding Works List open items and outstanding findings from the verification activities are satisfactory closed out with evidence for their acceptance of the final close out.
Working across the Stations, Shafts, Portals, Rail Systems and Central Engineering Group Teams

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