People tell me the problem with some projects is that, as a Project Engineer, you often only see a part of the whole job.
Very rarely do you get the opportunity to run a project from the initial customer visit right the way through to final installation and handover.
If this is sounding familiar then guess what? I have an opportunity that could well be of interest.
My client is a provider of steel fabrications (mainly structural) into all industries. One day you could be meeting with a major automotive manufacturer looking at work holding jigs and fixtures for their internal production use or another day you could be looking at a platform or walkway for emergency exits.
Whatever the requirement, you will be in charge of the whole project so there are a number of skills you'll need to demonstrate.
Firstly you'll need to be comfortable in visiting customers to discuss their requirements and construct a general arrangement drawing in Autocad along with a fully costed proposal to accompany it. From the order being place you'll then manage the production of detail drawings, BOMs and routings for issuing to the manufacturing team. You'll also need to liaise with sub-contractors for any bought out parts along with materials suppliers. Finally you'll oversee the site teams carrying out the installation and handover to the customer so there could be the occasional weekend work required for which you'll be well compensated.
My client is looking to build a team to carry on the business into the future so is offering a share ownership scheme, bonus scheme and a company car on top of the base salary.
So, if you fancy taking full charge of projects as well as your career then give me call to discuss further.