Electrical Project Engineer

Electrical Project Engineer

Location: Daventry, NN11 (with travel Nationwide when required)

Contract Day Rate: £450

Contract Duration: 6 Months (with opportunity for extension)

Start Date: ASAP

Our Client, a leader in UK communications infrastructure company has reached an agreement with a significant tower operator for the sale of its telecoms infrastructure and related assets. Due to this sale they require an Electrical Project Engineer to join their team to help run a large scale project to aid with this transition of assets.

The transaction comprises c.7,400 cellular sites, including masts and towers as well as urban rooftop sites, and the right to market a further c.900 sites across the UK

Due to the nature of this role the successful person will be expected to deliver this project themselves. However there will be an Utilities & Engineering team who can provide some advise and assistance but this role is more suited for an individual with experience of delivering a project directly vs managing a team to do so.

Role Responsibilities:

  • Assign all the electrical meters and associated tools and systems to the Buyer
  • Novate contracts related to the supply and management of Electrical (and other utilities) to the Buyer.
  • Ensure that once the companies separate, Buyers site have appropriate utility provisions and are able to manage their utilities going forward.
  • Devise and deliver a project that results in the successful assignment of the meters and associated contracts related to the sold sites.
  • Some sites will require the installation of new or replacement fiscal and or sub meters where current ones are faulty.
  • Provide effective detailed planning, costing, delivery, with associated reporting and handover of the project.
  • Identify and manage all project risks and issues through the life of a project, mitigating risks where appropriate and escalating as required.
  • Comply with approved Client project management methodologies and project management system/tool ensuring the validity, completeness and accuracy of all key milestones throughout the duration of the project.
  • Minimise re-work or changes in design and scope throughout the life cycle of the project through effective planning and manage the project inter-relations to ensure cost effective solutions.
  • Instruct, manage and undertake the auditing of the suppliers throughout the life cycle of the project
  • Manage the quality of works provided by suppliers/contractors and ensure compliance with specifications and Client standards.
  • Manage project plans and programmes from inception to handover and closure and develop and fine tune delivery processes, workflows, SLAs and KPIs.

Qualifications & Experience Required:

  • Degree or HND/HNC in Electrical (M&E) Engineering, Building Services or equivalent experience.
  • An aptitude for Electrical engineering project delivery within a high volume rollout environment.
  • Experience and understanding of key design methodology phases, including requirements definition, designer risk assessments, design reviews, test plans, delivery, and handover
  • Experience of generators, un-interruptible power supplies, switchgear and knowledge of basic HV Installations.
  • City and Guilds Certificate in Inspection, Testing and Verification of Electrical Installations – C&G 2391.
  • APMP or Prince 2 Project management and/or construction related qualification.
  • At least 5 years’ experience within a large infrastructure rollout.
  • Strong MS Office skills especially Microsoft Excel.
  • Current UK driving licence as some travel to sites will be required.

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Rigging Supervisor

Rigging Supervisor

Nationwide

50 hour week with overtime available

Reporting to the Project Manager, the Rigging Supervisor would be responsible for the survey and subsequent support of complex site based rigging activities. Scope would cover antenna swap through to major steelwork upgrades.

Rigging Supervisor responsibilities;

  • Support planning activities by completing site surveys:
    • Provide detailed POW for works in hand
    • Produce RAMS
    • Generate consumables picklist
  • Supervising teams/operatives on site and taking PICW role where required
  • Provide telephone support for on site issues
  • Drive best practice across rigging activities

Knowledge and skills from Rigging Supervisor;

  • Able to read and understand Detailed Design drawings
  • Experience of completing Surveys across multiple operators designs
  • Demonstrate understanding of multiple operators site build requirements, in particular recebt experience of MBNL/EE/3UK/HUawei site installations..
  • Demonstrate understanding of multiple operators testing requirements and test equipment use
  • Demonstrate an understanding of HOP requirements.
  • Quality focussed, finding ways to enhance standards
  • Strong communicator, being able to explain wider implications of decisions

Qualifications and Experience of Rigging Supervisor;

  • 10+ years experience in PCN rigging (including Team Lead, Rigging Engineer, Project Engineer, Foreman)
  • MBNL experience (upgrades for EE and 3UK/H3G, Steelwork, antenna swaps, MHA, running and terminating feeders, testing etc).
  • Tower Climbing / Advanced Climbing certificate
  • Tower Rescue certificate
  • Rooftop Access certificate
  • First aid at Heights certificate
  • Basic electrical knowledge
  • Driving license
  • Medical deemed fit to climb
  • Pasma (desirable)

Facilities Transition Manager

Facilities Transition Manager

Location: Winchester/Nationwide

Contract Duration: 6 Months (With opportunity for extension)

Contract Rate: £400 per Day

Start Date: ASAP

Our client, a leader in Broadcast & Telecommunications Infrastructure are seeking a Facilities Transition Manager to help assist with the sale of their Telecommunications portfolio. Part of the role will be managing the physical separation and re-space planning of six sites which will become partially or completely tenanted as part of this process.

Working in partnership with the Property, Facilities and Project Management team this role will involve:

  • Space planning
  • Tender of separation works – physical and security
  • Contractor selection
  • Communications – internal and external with all stakeholders in the process
  • Process and policy changes
  • Documentation & policy changes inc emergency planning, BC planning and DR / Critical Incident process
  • Set up service Charge / TSA financials and reporting
  • Management of project budget with regular reporting
  • Review impact on existing service contracts
  • Creation and presentation of targeted reporting / MI to be presented to Buyer
  • Management of separation works
  • Moves and changes
  • Relationship development

Experience & Qualifications Required:

  • Strong understanding of tenant / landlord relationships
  • Service charge management and understanding of lease management
  • Strong understanding of mechanical and electrical installations in a corporate and data centre environment
  • Understanding of workplace SHE requirements (IOSH / NEBOSH Qualifications preferred)
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Strong understanding of stakeholder management
  • Ability to travel (with own vehicle)
  • Ability to work without close supervision, manage own time and prioritise workload
  • Regional Facilities Management background would be highly desirable

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Estates Manager

Estates Manager

Location: Winchester/Nationwide

Contract Duration: 6 months (with opportunity for extension)

Day Rate: £Negotiable

Start Date: ASAP

Our Client, a leader in Broadcast and Telecommunications Infrastructure is seeking an Estates Manager to join their team. This opportunity has arisen as some of the existing Estates Management team are transferring over to the Media Networks side of the business to work on the Broadcast and M2M estate and this will need to be managed throughout the transfer process and beyond.

Role Responsibilities:

  • Work with the Engineering and Implementation Director and retained estates team to define a day 1 operating model for the end-clients Estates team
  • Ensure Estates responsibilities under the Project Management Advisors (PMA) are understood and processes are in place to deliver.
  • Identify potential outsource partners to provide extra capacity (dependent on agreed operating model)
  • Work with additional teams to ensure processes are in place to maintain integrity of estates data during the life of the programme.
  • Ensure the Estates Management Team undertake the following activities efficiently and for the business’s advantage:
    • Lease renewals under the new Communications code
    • Rent reviews
    • Support projects ensuring appropriate access, rights and consents
    • Landlord relationship management
    • Management of notices to quit and assets at risk
    • Town planning & community relations
    • Business rates
  • Ensure BAU estates management continues as the business transitions to a trading relationship with another Telecoms & Broadcast company

Qualifications & Experience Required:

  • Chartered surveyor qualification highly desirable
  • Experienced stakeholder management skills and ability to influence at a senior level
  • Experience with operating model development and organisation design
  • Operational experience and leadership across the full range of estates management functions
  • Knowledge/experience within the telecommunications/broadcast sector would be advantageous
  • Driving Licence as frequent travel to other sites may be required

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Physical Security Manager

Physical Security Manager

Location: Winchester (SO21)

Day Rate: £400

Contract Duration: 5 Months (With opportunity for extension)

Start Date: ASAP

Our Client, a leader in Broadcast & Telecommunications Infrastructure are seeking a Physical Security Manager to help support ongoing work from their office in Winchester and within other offices & technical sites across the UK.

The primary scope of the role is to help create a set of policies and procedures to ensure physical security is maintained, and a set of standards upheld across both the corporate office sites through to unmanned technical sites across the clients portfolio. This includes undertaking gap analysis between the expected security standard for a site (inc physical security such as fences, locks, anticlimb etc) and what actually exists so a programme can be implemented to gather this information and improve overall standards.

Responsibilities of the role:

  • Document overall approach to physical security to create a set of management system documentation eg policies and procedures
  • Work with the responsible managers to determine an SLA for repairs to security features depending on site type, also how performance can be reported
  • Determine and document a process for assessing site security risks that also takes into account occupiers liability responsibilities
  • Review and improve the approach to reporting physical security related incidents and monthly data reporting
  • Lead the SHE direction and process for areas of allocated responsibility either by topic or business area
  • Identify and agree priorities for improvement as well as the active monitoring plan
  • Review, analyse, investigate and close accident, incident and near miss reports within agreed SLA’s to identify areas for improvement and communicate lessons learnt
  • Report on SHE performance for areas of responsibility for SHE team and internal stakeholder use
  • Lead the development and maintenance within the business of the SHE management systems. Ensure compliance and continued accreditation to ISO 14001, ISO 50001 and OHSAS 18001
  • Design and deliver an effective process for the identification and review of new or updated legislation or other industry requirements and specific responsibility for implementing requirement is given to the most appropriate SHE team member
  • Communicate policy changes to the business and develop and deliver the required training in a cost-effective way
  • Manage working groups to allocate responsibility for setting policy, improving processes, reviewing performance and communicate the output across the business

Experience/Qualifications Required:

  • Experience of managing and implementing physical security measures across a range of site types from manned to unmanned
  • Chartered member of IOSH is desirable
  • Good understanding and practical experience of applying SHE legislation
  • Excellent knowledge and practical experience of management systems
  • Ability to lead and manage a specialist team
  • Ability to present confidently and effectively to internal customers and large audiences
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Proficient in windows applications eg word, excel etc
  • Ability to influence senior management teams and other stakeholders within area of expertise
  • Driving licence – As travel to other sites may be required at points

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Finance Coordinator- Accounts Payable

Finance Coordinator – Accounts Payable

Location: Winchester (SO21)

Contract Duration: 2 Months (Until 02/3/20 – With opportunity for extension)

Rate: £13.07 per hour

Start Date: ASAP

Our client, a leader in Broadcast communications & Infrastructure are seeking a Finance Coordinator to join their team.

This role will be working within an existing team as the business goes through a system transformation project, and will be suited to someone with strong Accounts Payable experience alongside previous exposure to working within a deadline driven environment.

Role Responsibilities:

  • Process invoices from suppliers to agreed time scales
  • Process project adjustments
  • Process Expenses and Purchase card transactions
  • Check correct financial controls are in place
  • Handling legal/threats to sue
  • Action invoice email alert responses
  • Reviewing and clearing debit balances & prepayments
  • Reviewing, clearing and accounting for ‘held’ invoices
  • Mail sort and distribution
  • Handling and processing refunds
  • Liaison with Cashier & AR over refunds & returned payments
  • Reconciliation of supplier statements and payments to suppliers
  • Adhoc Finance and administrative tasks

Skills and Experience Required:

  • Previous experience within the Accounts Payable function of a business.
  • Experience in financial/administrative functions and understanding of business operation.
  • Procurement and/or financial system experience an asset
  • Well organised, self-motivated and persistent
  • Demonstrate strong proficiency and expertise in MS Office Suite of programs particularly Excel and Word.
  • Well-developed oral and written communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work well in a team environment
  • Ability to prioritise work with a minimum of supervision
  • Adept at problem solving
  • Knowledge of Oracle would be advantageous

Interested and want to know more? Click Apply today!

Field Engineer Farnborough/Basingstoke

Job Title – Field Engineer

Job Locations – Farnborough/Basingstoke

Job Description:

  • Carryout reactive and proactive maintenance on multi-customer, multi technology networks, achieving agreed performance targets
  • Carryout project based on site installation, commissioning and integration activities across multi-customer, multi technology networks achieving agreed performance targets.
  • Work individually, as part of the FSO and wider teams to achieve right first time resolution of work within customer SLA’s without compromising safe working practices
  • Carry out the field related installation, commissioning and integration activities associated with agreed FSO project work
  • Assist in the development and review of FSO processes and procedures with a view to maximise efficiency
  • Keep diligent records and accurately update both internal FSO and Customer systems where necessary.

Experience

  • Must have VF,MBNL & Tef, base station corrective skills
  • Must be located in the appropriate areas/Willing to relocate
  • Must have all certs in date – Including Tower Rescue/Advance Climber (Or willing to complete prior to contract start)
  • Provide own Vehicle

Field Engineer – Crawley

Job Title – Field Engineer

Job Locations – Crawley

Job Description:

  • Carryout reactive and proactive maintenance on multi-customer, multi technology networks, achieving agreed performance targets
  • Carryout project based on site installation, commissioning and integration activities across multi-customer, multi technology networks achieving agreed performance targets.
  • Work individually, as part of the FSO and wider teams to achieve right first time resolution of work within customer SLA’s without compromising safe working practices
  • Carry out the field related installation, commissioning and integration activities associated with agreed FSO project work
  • Assist in the development and review of FSO processes and procedures with a view to maximise efficiency
  • Keep diligent records and accurately update both internal FSO and Customer systems where necessary.

Experience

  • Must have VF,MBNL & Tef, base station corrective skills
  • Must be located in the appropriate areas/Willing to relocate
  • Must have all certs in date – Including Tower Rescue/Advance Climber (Or willing to complete prior to contract start)
  • Provide own Vehicle

Field Engineer Leicester/Loughborough

Job Title – Field Engineer

Job Locations – Derby/Leicester/Loughborough

Job Description:

  • Carryout reactive and proactive maintenance on multi-customer, multi technology networks, achieving agreed performance targets
  • Carryout project based on site installation, commissioning and integration activities across multi-customer, multi technology networks achieving agreed performance targets.
  • Work individually, as part of the FSO and wider teams to achieve right first time resolution of work within customer SLA’s without compromising safe working practices
  • Carry out the field related installation, commissioning and integration activities associated with agreed FSO project work
  • Assist in the development and review of FSO processes and procedures with a view to maximise efficiency
  • Keep diligent records and accurately update both internal FSO and Customer systems where necessary.

Experience

  • Must have VF,MBNL & Tef, base station corrective skills
  • Must be located in the appropriate areas/Willing to relocate
  • Must have all certs in date – Including Tower Rescue/Advance Climber (Or willing to complete prior to contract start)
  • Provide own Vehicle

Senior Network Design Engineer

Senior Network Design Engineer

Location: Winchester (SO21)

Contract Duration: 5 Months

Day Rate: £500

Start Date: ASAP

Our client, a leader in Broadcast communications & Infrastructure are seeking a Senior Design Engineer to join their team.

You will join a team working across Media Networks and will be crucial to identifying and designing network solutions to allow customers to connect to the end clients network.

Other Resposibilities Include:

  • Provide technical expertise in the development and deployment of service infrastructure, driving improved technical and service performance
  • Design and drive processes to facilitate smooth and seamless deployment of new services
  • Supervise the delivery of 3rd party suppliers and contractors to ensure that delivery specifications and standards meet Arqiva requirements
  • Standardise equipment to minimise disruption and achieve straightforward integration with existing networks/infrastructure
  • Document engineering build procedures and contribute to the continuous improvement of policies, processes and procedures
  • Contribute to accurate forecasting and capacity management
  • Provide technical leadership within the team, sharing knowledge and skills and providing mentoring support to engineers and technicians
  • Adopt the role of Design Authority (DA) in area of expertise to ensure the delivery of the end to end customer solution and for less complex projects Lead Design Authority (LDA)
  • Define high and low-level IP network topology for customer services showing network topology, equipment, IP addressing, VLANs required to support connectivity for the customer and their service
  • Produce configuration to be loaded onto new and existing routers and switches
  • Support integration of new router/switch equipment into Client’s OSS systems and complete handover tests/documentation to Operations
  • Occasional travel to other Client sites to liaise with teams and customers when required.

Skills & Qualifications:

  • Through understanding of networking to include but not limited to:
    • Checkpoint including NGFW features
    • Cisco ASA and firepower
    • Cisco switching and routing
  • Experience with the following would also be beneficial:
    • Cisco ISE and ACS

    • Cisco ACI
    • F5 Load balancers
    • Nessus
  • Previous experience working within a broadcast/Telecommunications environment.

Interested and want to know more? Click Apply today!