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Wood is recruiting for a number of Piping / Mechanical Designer positions (Designer, Senior Designer and Principal Designer) based in in the UK for marine and shipbuilding contracts - remote working is available. It is essential that candidates have experience in either submarine, warship, commercial shipbuilding or other similar related sectors / industries.   Designers are responsible for the creation of CAD models and drawings along with other design deliverables to the required standards. They are required to contribute to, as well as, supporting the whole project and design cycle from concept through to construction and installation technical support.   The role requires; a good understanding of engineering and design practices as relevant to the discipline and the holder must be able to demonstrate excellent 2D & 3D CAD skills as well as good written and verbal communications.   - Primary responsibilities are the development and delivery of design drawings and documents relevant to meet customer requirements (P&IDs, schedules, isometrics, routing layouts, pipe supports, etc) - Detailed manufacturing data which may include fabrication and assembly drawings and files required to support CAD / CAM systems - Preparation / production of CAD 3D models and drawings in support of all Design Cycle phases (Concept, Basic, Functional, Detail and Production Designs in line with recognized ISO and industry standards and to the required; time, cost and quality requirements - Preparation / production of installation and fabrication drawings in line with recognized ISO and industry standards and to the required; time, cost and quality requirements - Liaise with profession engineering colleagues and various stakeholders during design lifecycle to ensure coordination and functionality of design, including contribution to design reviews - Develop innovative design solutions - Provide solutions to fabrication, manufacturing and installation issues by assisting in the resolution of Technical Queries - Reporting of technical progress and issues to line management - Be aware of and ensure that; safety, health and environmental requirements are implemented - Assist with the maintenance and improvement in quality standards of outputs
Requisition ID
2022-100033
Multi-Locations
No
Country
United Kingdom
State/Province
Yorkshire
City
Hull
Vacancy Type
Staff / Permanent
Wood is a major international engineering company that delivers high quality, technically advanced, reliable facilities on time, on budget and with a world class safety record. We provide for world - renowned clients in the upstream oil and gas, midstream, LNG, refining, petrochemicals, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, carbon capture, green hydrogen and power industries. We have proven expertise in managing large, complex projects, a global reach and long - standing international presence, strong relationships with our clients and cutting - edge processes and technologies The Senior Quality Assurance Engineer (contract) will be responsible for supporting the Manager of Quality Assurance by: - Acting as Project Quality Manager or Quality Engineer and implementing the Requirements of the Quality Management System on assigned Projects - Report to the Client Quality Manager for IPMT Projects where required - Providing advice and guidance on the application of the Quality Management System on projects to both assigned Quality Engineers and Project Management - Assisting with the roll out and implementation of Continual Improvement initiatives - Provide guidance and management of Quality Assurance and Quality Control activities where required For this role we will pay the current market rate for the right person   Work scope: - Responsible for implementation of Quality Management System requirements as directed by the Manager, Quality Assurance/Client Quality Manager - Ensure the requirements of ISO 9001:2015 are implemented across all activities of the various phases and types of Projects (Pre-FEED, FEED, EPC, PMC and IPMT) - Provide advice and guidance to Project Management personnel on the application of the Quality Management System in relation to Project Execution activities - Review QA and QC requirements during preparation of proposals, as directed by the Manager, Quality Assurance / Client Quality Manager (for IPMT roles) and assess resourcing / manpower budgets and scheduling of QA / QC activities - Fulfil the role of Project Quality Manager / Quality Engineer when so assigned - Preparation, implementation and maintenance of project quality plans, ensuring that all contractual quality requirements are effectively communicated and met - Reviewing, and where required, approval of project specific and supplier procedures and documents, to verify that they comply with the contractual requirements. Monitoring of the application of these procedures and documents to verify compliance with the contract - Monitoring and reporting on Supplier and Contractor deliverables and performance - Preparing a program of internal and external Quality audits, focusing on the effective application of the quality management system and compliance to the Project Quality Plan - Reviewing all audit reports to verify that the quality management systems are implemented and are compliant with the Contract
Requisition ID
2021-94497
Multi-Locations
No
Country
United Kingdom
State/Province
Berkshire
City
Reading
Vacancy Type
Agency / Contract
Wood Applied Intelligence (AI) is currently recruiting a Project Manager to support successful delivery of our projects in the UK.   Whilst this role can be based anywhere in the UK, mobility and travel to customer sites and face to face meetings with colleagues will be expected as required.   Must be able to pass HMG Baseline Personnel Security Standard (BPSS) check.   Given the range of current and potential projects, execution experience of Major FEED or EPCm for Petrochemical, Refining, Nuclear or Onshore Upstream greenfield projects within a Framework Agreement is important.   Responsibilities / Duties - Accountable for management of complex projects - Act as the primary contact with Wood’s Clients and maintain great relationships with them. Manage client expectations and balance them with Wood’s business objectives - Achieve schedule, performance, cost, quality, health, safety and environmental requirements of the project from contract award to Client’s acceptance - Achieve Wood’s expected project revenue and margin outcomes - Identify the objectives for the project in accordance with the contract terms, scope of work and Wood Policy. Communicate them clearly to the project team, department heads and Client - Responsible for the identification, mitigation and management of risk on the assigned project. Ensure that the risk management process is followed, and the risk register maintained as a live document throughout execution - Negotiate contract changes when required - Monitor and expedite account receivables for the project - Maintain cost awareness of all project personnel throughout the project execution - Positively encourage and support the project’s agreed workshare strategy, supporting other Wood execution centers and representing Wood as an integrated and collaborative business to our Clients - Responsible for timely issue of the project Monthly Progress Report. Critically review all inputs and ensure it meets contract requirements for timing and content
Requisition ID
2022-100162
Multi-Locations
No
Country
United Kingdom
State/Province
Surrey
City
Woking
Vacancy Type
Staff / Permanent
Wood has an opportunity for a Project Manager in Singapore and/or China. There is an increased thrust to deliver our services for the growing Asian market. As a result of this, Project Management Department is expanding and evolving to manage the challenges of regional projects that continue to pose challenges in offering our services through a global talent pool.    Project Execution - P & L responsibility with associated commercial and financial accountability including revenue delivery, margin and overhead management, budget and forecast determination and attainment, risk and opportunity reviews, cost controls, accounts payable/billing and cash collection - Contributes to and reviews the project proposal and plan to determine timeframe, procedures for accomplishing the project, staffing requirements, and allotment of available resources to various phases of the project. Contributes to setting project evaluation - Negotiates changes to project scope or specification with the customer. Follows Change Management process to identify and approve modifications to scope, cost, schedule and - Pursue and develop opportunities for innovation, such as digitalisation and technology use, work share and high value engineering centres, to bring value to Wood and customer - Establishes project procedures and leads production of project execution plan including the scope of work, deliverables list, master schedule, budget, org charts, risk register etc - Regularly reports project progress to senior management and/or the - Reponsible for delivery of agreed schedule and financial performance, proactively intervening to avoid slippage - Ensures competence of project team members to carry out assigned work - Leads ongoing focus on risk identification and mitigation during project execution - Responsible for the project HSSE leadership, ensures a program of initiatives and auditing schedule are established and that HSSE and quality management issues are proactively addressed - Guides and directs a multidiscipline project team, which may include external specialists and involve staff from multiple offices and sites - Responsible for ensuring project team members are competent to carry out assigned duties - Promotes and sets up performance improvement culture and actions on complex projects and into their supply chains. - Facilitates the set up of information management systems / applications as applicable to suit various life phases of projects and manage information management project team - Participate in assurance activities and peer reviews Leadership - Is a champion and role model for ethical behaviour and compliance with applicable laws and policies. - Oversees proposals and call-offs (may be individual projects) within delegation of authority, ensuring compliance with contracting policy and standards of ethical - Coaches, mentors and empowers others to make decisions within established parameters Working Relationship   Internal: - Provides the interface and maintains effective relationships with other contributors to the project. - Guides and directs project team and functional support teams as required - Interfaces with high value engineering centres (HVEC) as required and manages scope across all offices involved - Interface and coordinate with Operational and/or Contract Management to ensure delivery of operational goal External: - Primary point of contact for customer on assigned scope. Establishes and maintains a positive and effective customer relationship, ensuring payment terms are met, and communicating any delays - Manage relationships with external suppliers and sub-contractors and resolves cost, schedule and quality issues - Seeks out new avenues for building internal and external relationships - Monitors existing relationships - May act as company representative and play a role in contract negotiations, - Influences relationships at higher customer level   Level of Influence & Decision Making Authority - Actions and decisions typically have a significant influence on the technical, operational and financial results of one or more small and medium-size projects - Works under limited supervision - Work is performed under general direction and is reviewed for conformance with policies and general efficiency - Keeps manager informed of progress, potentially controversial matters and far-reaching implications - Solves problems requiring an understanding of, financial and commercial implications - Solves problems requiring understanding of social and political implications and international issues
Requisition ID
2022-100201
Multi-Locations
No
Country
Malaysia
City
Kuala Lumpur
Vacancy Type
Staff / Permanent
Wood is currently recruiting for an Senior Electrical Designer for the Mining & Minerals office in Bryanston.   Job Objective: - Carry out electrical and instrumentation engineering functions on designated studies and projects in a timely and cost-effective manner and ensure technical quality of work produced is in accordance with safety and operational requirements and complies with the latest international and local standards, Regulations and Acts and meets project and Client standards. - To coordinate and supervise design functions within a project /study context. - To work in a safe manner, complying with and actively contributing to the company Health, Safety and Environmental HSE policies, manuals and procedures. At all times considering the health, safety and welfare of fellow workers, visitors, clients, community and the environment. - Accuracy, completeness of technical content of calculations, specifications and reports by Principal review. - Performance against schedules, i.e. ability to prioritise and produce own work in a timely manner to assist other roles to complete on time. - Thorough knowledge of company design procedures, the design process, design systems available, engineering standards and effect of design process on project process. - Plant constructability and commissioning ease. - Communication and delegation skills. - To actively pursue excellent Health, Safety and Environmental performance standards and to encourage all staff to achieve or outperform the indicated HSE KPI’s of the company Key Responsibilities: - Prepare technical specifications, contract specifications, design criterion and other documents required by the project / study. - Responsible for engineering content, discipline design drawings and technical documents within a project / study. - Review and comment on documents from electrical & instrumentation discipline and from other disciplines. - Produce designs in accordance with project, discipline, statutory regulations, good practice and company procedural requirements. - Review equipments & installation contractors and produce technical adjudications / recommendations. - Produce project filing system which is maintained, kept up to date in a discipline or project system which all project design personnel utilise. - Review vendor documentation for compliance with project / study specifications. - Compare procurement costs against budget and provide feedback to estimating. - Estimate, control and review design scope changes. - Provide feedback on the quality, use and value of design systems used in design - Attend factory acceptance tests and provide input to vendor’s test documentation. - Produce site inspections, functionality testing and commissioning documentation. - Assist with plant installation and commissioning. - Prepare project close out reports with comparison of design and procurement budgets. - Liaise with client to ensure that agreed designs are in accordance with agreed requirements. - Respond to technical queries from projects, client and site. - Conduct regular design group meetings within a project / study context in the 3D environment. - Allocate work and provide assistance to discipline engineers and designers on projects / studies. - Provide input to proposals and manhour estimates  
Requisition ID
2022-100206
Multi-Locations
No
Country
South Africa
City
Bryanston
Vacancy Type
Agency / Contract
As the demand for our expertise continues to grow, an opportunity has arisen for a Consultant Electrical, Control and Instrumentation Engineer to join our Water Engineering teams located in Newcastle or Glasgow. Working within various multidisciplinary project design teams, you will contribute to the delivery of the electrical, control and instrumentation design content on a range of challenging projects across the Sustainable Infrastructure Business Unit. These projects would include water, waste, pharmaceutical, chemical and general industrial facilities throughout the UK and beyond. You will contribute to the project design from feasibility and optioneering through to the production of detailed designs for procurement and construction.  Wood will support your development enabling you to progress to chartered or incorporated status, gaining experience in a number of areas and developing you to your full potential. As a Consultant Electrical, Control and Instrumentation Engineer, you will work within project teams helping us deliver effective and professional services for a range of varied and high-profile clients.  Key responsibilities include: - Undertaking asset condition surveys and preparing reports and recommendations - assisting with the production of Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs) - Preparation of electrical design deliverables including calculations, reports, datasheets, drawings and schedules, detailed electrical installation designs and procurement documentation including User Requirement Specifications - Providing input to resolving issues during construction - Providing input to testing and commissioning of electrical equipment and installations including witnessing equipment acceptance tests - Working closely with other disciplines on multi-disciplinary projects - Providing input to proposals, work scope, work schedule and budgets - Liaison with the Client (internal or external) ensuring that their needs are met - Providing support to allow the project team to comply with the duties of Designer under CDM including the production of design risk assessments Ensuring Quality Assurance systems and procedures are followed  
Requisition ID
2022-100120
Multi-Locations
Yes
Country
United Kingdom
State/Province
Lanarkshire
City
Glasgow
Vacancy Type
Staff / Permanent
Wood is seeking practical, engaged engineers, architects and surveyors to join our busy Built Environment team in hands-on technical management roles.  We have a growing order book of both public and private funded projects from an established and growing client base and need committed and experienced professionals to help deliver it.   With extensive experience and a recognised professional qualification (eg CEng, CIOB), you will be the lynchpin between understanding our clients’ needs and delivering our technical solution. You will lead project teams of in-house and supply chain specialists and be responsible for all aspects of delivery including managing scope, risks, schedule, health and safety, and financial performance and may also act in a technical assurance role.We are regularly involved from project inception through to development, from site finding, due diligence and site appraisal, design and assessment, consenting and delivery for our diverse portfolio of national and local government, utilities owners/operators and house builder clients.   Working with a team of designers, engineers, planners and environmental experts you will have a varied workload which would include taking ownership of client relationships, interrogating requirements, applying technical standards and assurance, report writing, presenting and growing the team. This is a hands-on role, you will be expected to undertake many elements of the work yourself, as well as managing others’ contributions.   We are particularly keen to hear from you if you have experience in education, defence or residential development. This role can be based in any of our UK office locations (Leamington Spa, Reading, London, Bristol, Birmingham, Glasgow, Newcastle upon Tyne, Knutsford, Shrewsbury or Leeds).   Key Responsibilities - Developing and maintaining excellent relationships with clients - Coordinating input from multiple technical disciplines - Identifying opportunities to add value to client projects and programmes - Management of project budgets and schedules - Ensuring work is delivered in accordance with Wood policies and procedures: health and safety, security, environment and quality - Coaching junior members of the team - Supporting or leading preparation of bids for new work
Requisition ID
2022-100122
Multi-Locations
Yes
Country
United Kingdom
City
London
Vacancy Type
Staff / Permanent
Wood is currently recruiting for a Senior Electrical Engineer with experience in the Oil & Gas, Petrochemical or similar sectors of the industry to provide support to our Client in the execution of projects based in Secunda  Key Accountabilities & Responsibilities; - Power systems design to client specifications and local/international standards and legal requirements - Load schedule and equipment sizing calculations - Integrate electrical design with other disciplines - Electrical system studies using specialized software - Protection grading studies using specialized software - Equipment data sheets and material requisitions - Assist designers with design drawings and cable schedule - Contract requisitions works information and BOQ - Technical bid evaluations - Manage suppliers by reviewing documentation and attending factory acceptance test - Support site team during construction and site acceptance testing of substation equipment - Assist with commissioning and handover - Perform such duties as may reasonably be assigned by the Chief Electrical Engineer.  
Requisition ID
2022-100134
Multi-Locations
No
Country
South Africa
City
Secunda
Vacancy Type
Agency / Contract
Wood is currently recruiting for a Senior Piping Engineer with extensive experience in the Oil & Gas, Petrochemical or similar sector of the industry to provide support to our Client in the execution of projects.    Key Accountabilites & Responsibilities: - Deputies for the Chief Piping Engineer when requested. - Responsible for the design and approval of all piping work on assigned projects. - Responsible for preparation and approval of project related standards and job notes. - Ensure that engineering activities on assigned projects are executed within budgeted manhours and approved schedules in compliance with project procedures, standards and specifications and in accordance with procedures and the requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Act of South Africa. - Review and approve project schedules with the Project Engineer to see that all dates, rates of progress and design periods are realistic. - Prepare and approve project specific standards and job notes. - Prepare pipe material specifications. - Prepare requisition index for special piping items, indicating planned issue date for each requisition. Update and reissue monthly. - Prepare pipe stress index. Update and reissue monthly. - Check piping drawing index for piping work. - Prepare and approve general notes requisitions for piping work. - Design and requisition special piping items. - Prepare support sketches for the drawing office. - Check and approve piping bulk requisitions from MTO. - Prepare piping BOQ. - Review and approve all piping drawings and ensure that the quality of design and drawings produced for enquiry and fabrication purposes is of satisfactory standard. - Prepare technical bid analysis for special piping items. - Check and approve piping bulk technical evaluations from MTO. - Attend coordination meetings and engineering review meetings with supplier as required. - Review document requirements and issue dates for major equipment with suppliers and assist Procurement Department in compiling a Supplier’s Document Index. - Assist Procurement Department with the expediting of supplier documents. - Review and approve supplier documents for piping and distribute. - Review in conjunction with Procurement Department all claims by supplier for an increase in the engineering scope of work. - Give guidance to client, project engineers, other specialist engineers and inspectors on piping engineering matters. Review piping aspects of package unit supplier’s drawings as requested by the engineer responsible for the equipment. - Ensure that piping engineering operations are complete in accordance with the approved project schedule and within allocated manhours. - Advise the Chief Piping Engineer of any slippages and their causes and proposed corrective action. - Advise the Chief Piping Engineer of any technical problems and unresolved differences with other groups. - Co-ordinate with Procurement Department and ensure certified drawings are available in time to meet the engineering schedules. - Notify the Project Engineer or all deficiencies in the flow of data or other basic information required for execution of work. - Provide progress report information, at the required frequency and with the required content, to the Project Engineer. - Provide information where necessary to estimating the cost of contract changes, Alert the Project Engineer / Project Manager to circumstances considered to be subject to contract change. - Follow up piping construction work on project sites to ensure correct interpretation of designs regarding installation. Resolve any piping problems arising during commissioning. - Keep abreast of development in the piping engineering field. - Suggest ways to improve efficiency, costs and service in the execution of projects. - Assist where necessary in the compilation of operating manuals and mechanical catalogues. - Perform such duties as may reasonably be assigned by the Chief Piping Engineer.
Requisition ID
2022-100082
Multi-Locations
No
Country
South Africa
City
Sasolburg
Vacancy Type
Agency / Contract
Wood is recruiting for a Senior Construction Engineer to be based in the Home Office in Staines to support the upstream Oil and Gas work. The ideal candidate will have particularly offshore knowledge working on FEED and EPC project phases.   This role is suitable for a Senior Construction Engineer who is looking to further develop their career into Construction Management.   Willingness to undertake business trips and potential assignments (including the nearby Reading office) is a necessary part of construction execution and the role requires candidates to be supportive of this.   Responsibilities will vary dependent on project scope but would typically be working on existing and new offshore facilities including jackets, topsides, bridges, pipelines, and umbilical and onshore support facilities and include: - Carry out construction feasibility and method studies whilst establishing, in conjunction with planning group realistic schedules for construction activities - Support the Construction Manager in the development of the contracting philosophy for the project - Identify construction deliverables to suit the project requirements and control and schedule them using the Wood Document Management System - Ensure contract deliverables, documents and specifications are produced to meet the needs of the project schedule - Be the point of contact and coordinator for all construction related issues working closely with project discipline engineers and home office construction and commissioning support - Consider and develop how work packaging will be used liaising with discipline and project control engineers - Produce and develop plans and specifications, requisitions and bid summaries for all temporary facilities and construction equipment required within the scope of services - For offshore work provide input into the marine spread, types and availability of Heavy Lift vessels - Provide input into the EPC contractors ITB packages - Review the project estimate to ensure the completeness of scope and correctness of construction input - Review the project requirements, and the constructability checklist to identify critical execution issues - Input to the overall schedule and the construction execution plan - Review the model Safety Plan and Instructions to Contractors, incorporate project specific requirements as required - Where applicable, liaise with field staff on construction engineering matters
Requisition ID
2022-99991
Multi-Locations
No
Country
United Kingdom
State/Province
Surrey
City
Staines
Vacancy Type
Staff / Permanent
Wood is recruiting for a Senior Pipeline Construction Engineer with extensive experience of pipeline operations with prior experience in the execution of major pipeline projects, ideally in the UK or in a similar environment. To be based in the Wood Home Office in Staines to support UK based project. The ideal candidate will have particularly knowledge working on FEED and EPC project phases   Extensive knowledge of onshore pipeline construction practices, welding qualifications and materials and the fabrication process of specialist steels and pipes together with a broad understanding of execution challenges as well as applicable design codes and standards   Willingness to undertake business trips and potential assignments (including the nearby Reading office) is a necessary part of construction execution and the role requires candidates to be supportive of this   Duties to include: - Carry out construction feasibility and method studies whilst establishing, in conjunction with planning group realistic schedules for construction activities - Identify construction deliverables to suit the project requirements and control and schedule them appropriately - Ensure contract deliverables, documents and specifications are produced to meet the needs of the project schedule - Be the point of contact and coordinator for all construction related issues working closely with project discipline engineers and home office construction and commissioning support - Produce and develop plans and specifications, requisitions and bid summaries for all temporary facilities and construction equipment required within the scope of services - Provide input into the EPC contractors ITB packages - Review the project estimate to ensure the completeness of scope and correctness of construction input - Lead constructability reviews and generate / follow up actions - Review the project requirements, and the constructability checklist to identify critical execution issues - Develop the overall schedule and the pipeline construction execution plan - Review the model Safety Plan and Instructions to Contractors, incorporate project specific requirements as required - Where applicable, liaise with engineering on construction engineering matters - Oversee the organization and execution of all Pipeline Construction activities - Proven technical track record in the construction of pipelines - Input into Project Risk management reviews - Oversee the development of construction plans for equipment installation and testing, pipeline installation and testing etc
Requisition ID
2022-99994
Multi-Locations
No
Country
United Kingdom
State/Province
Surrey
City
Staines
Vacancy Type
Fixed Term
Environmental Regulation Consultants – Senior/Principal though applicants across all grades will be considered   This role can be based in any of our UK Offices (Newcastle, Leeds, Manchester, Leamington Spa, Birmingham, Glasgow, Bristol, London, Reading or Shrewsbury) and we can also offer flexible/hybrid working options.   We are expanding our Regulation and Compliance team and seek high calibre consultants to support our clients to deliver excellent standards of compliance and drive sustainability.   Our UK Regulation and Compliance team typically: - Lead and author Environmental Permit applications, Best Available Techniques (BAT) assessments and environmental risk assessments, together with deliverables to comply with Permit conditions - Undertakes compliance audits and assessments  - Develop Environmental Management Systems and tools to support compliance - Supports broader Wood strategies in support of Net Zero and the Energy Transition including major infrastructure, hydrogen and carbon capture and storage projects as well as the construction, operation and decommissioning of nuclear facilities We work individually and within multi-disciplinary teams.  Our UK in-house environmental expertise includes 270 technical specialists in planning, environmental impact assessment, ecology, air and water quality, hydrogeology, contaminated land, waste management, carbon management, sustainability, circular economy and environmental policy.  We also have back-reach to our compliment of engineering specialists representing all disciplines.   Role overview   The role involves: - Working with our clients and colleagues across the environmental and engineering disciplines to develop creative solutions to compliance issues - Leading and authoring Environmental Permit applications and coordinating inputs - Defining legal and regulatory obligations to enhance compliance performance and create favourable outcomes for our clients - Supporting business development across a number of sectors - Scoping and preparing project proposals and deliverables Depending on grade, you will have the opportunity to excel in the following areas: - Delivery of technically excellent projects - Development and leading client relationships - Preparing proposals and negotiating commissions with clients - Managing successful projects and importantly, achieving customer delight      
Requisition ID
2022-99969
Multi-Locations
Yes
Country
United Kingdom
State/Province
Tyne and Wear
City
Newcastle upon Tyne
Vacancy Type
Staff / Permanent
Wood is seeking to expand and develop its existing successful Transport and Highways team within its Built Environment business. We are looking for a dynamic team player to lead transport planning and modelling projects and to support the development of the business and the team.  Our workload is extremely varied covering a broad range of projects including large mixed-use developments, transport infrastructure schemes, wind farms, Electric Vehicles (EV) and Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects.  Key private and public sector clients include organisations such as The Crown Estate, Defence Infrastructure Organisation, Homes England, National Grid, Department for Education, and a wide range of local planning and highway authorities and private developers. The workload of the team is diverse, at international, national, regional and local levels, including: - Preparation of Transport Assessments, Travel Plans, Local Plans, Transport Strategies, Traffic Management Plans and Access Studies for a wide range of development and regeneration projects from small residential sites and onshore wind farms to large scale mixed use strategic development sites and Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects (NSIPs) - Highway design, including public realm schemes, bus priority, sustainable transport, junction and road designs, cycle infrastructure and input to masterplanning of development sites - Transport modelling including junction models and developing strategic multi-modal, traffic and micro-simulation models - Real-time traffic management by PTV Optima - Contribution to Environmental Statements Key Responsibilities Your role will involve the development of highway and transport design projects within the Transport & Highways team, often as part of large multi-disciplinary project teams. You will have the opportunity to be part of the continued growth of the team, identifying resource requirements and the pursuit of business opportunities with both existing and new clients.  Your role will also be to support senior staff members in bid preparation and to develop and mentor junior staff. Your key responsibilities include: - Preparing and/or overseeing technical reports and design drawings and liaison with the client - Involvement in the management of internal and external client relationships - Collaborative working with team members and other business disciplines - Technical guidance of less experienced staff, and supporting their career development - Leading or supporting the preparation of bids and fee proposals within the Transport & Highways team and as part of multi-disciplinary bid teams - Ensuring technical content and deliverables are in line with project briefs and Wood’s Quality Management System
Requisition ID
2022-99976
Multi-Locations
Yes
Country
United Kingdom
City
London
Vacancy Type
Staff / Permanent
Overview   WOOD Environment & Infrastructure is currently seeking a Quality Control Inspector – Mechanical to support a large international design / build construction project on behalf of the US Government in Redzikowo, Poland. Candidate will maintain quality standards by approving incoming materials, in-process production and finished products as well as recording quality results.   Key Responsibilities   - Approves incoming materials by confirming specifications, conducting visual and measurement tests. Rejects and returns unacceptable materials - Generates daily inspection report for construction activities - Ensures compliance with the specifications, drawings and standards - Act as the primary source of field Quality Assurance, and monitor the Contractors Quality Control processes and QC Inspection reporting and corrective actions - Assures that the Work conforms to Construction Documents, and initiates action to prevent, stop or correct any quality control deficiencies, defective work, or deficient QC reports - Conducts spot surveillance of all craft disciplines to assure high quality standards of workmanship are maintained - Interacts closely with the Contractors field personnel to resolve field issues - Ensures the development and maintenance of the As-Built drawing records - Generates Safe Plans of Action and Safety Observation Reports - Provides input for contract change orders, submittal responses, and RFI responses - Maintains a record of construction deficiencies and punch list items - Takes photographs of major construction activities - Review all material test results - Verify that the contractor's record drawings are current - Attend progress meetings - Reviews submittals and RFIs from suppliers for compliance with specifications and drawings - Works with Document Management/Document Control Team to process responses to RFIs and submittals within the SharePoint environment
Requisition ID
2022-100039
Multi-Locations
No
Country
Poland
City
Redzikowo
Vacancy Type
Fixed Term
Overview   WOOD Environment & Infrastructure is currently seeking a Quality Control Inspector – Electrical/Instrumentation to support a large international design / build construction project on behalf of the US Government in Redzikowo, Poland. Candidate will maintain quality standards by approving incoming materials, in-process production and finished products as well as recording quality results.   Key Responsibilities   - Approves incoming materials by confirming specifications, conducting visual and measurement tests. Rejects and returns unacceptable materials - Generates daily inspection report for construction activities - Ensures compliance with the specifications, drawings and standards - Act as the primary source of field Quality Assurance, and monitor the Contractors Quality Control processes and QC Inspection reporting and corrective actions - Assures that the Work conforms to Construction Documents, and initiates action to prevent, stop or correct any quality control deficiencies, defective work, or deficient QC reports - Conducts spot surveillance of all craft disciplines to assure high quality standards of workmanship are maintained - Interacts closely with the Contractors field personnel to resolve field issues - Ensures the development and maintenance of the As-Built drawing records - Generates Safe Plans of Action and Safety Observation Reports - Provides input for contract change orders, submittal responses, and RFI responses - Maintains a record of construction deficiencies and punch list items - Takes photographs of major construction activities - Review all material test results - Verify that the contractor's record drawings are current - Attend progress meetings - Reviews submittals and RFIs from suppliers for compliance with specifications and drawings - Works with Document Management/Document Control Team to process responses to RFIs and submittals within the SharePoint environment
Requisition ID
2022-100044
Multi-Locations
No
Country
Poland
City
Redzikowo
Vacancy Type
Fixed Term
Wood is currently recruiting for a Studies Manager for our Mining & Minerals office in Bryanston.   Main Purpose of the Role: - Responsible for the study life cycle of process mining projects, including concept origination, pre-feasibility and bankable feasibility - Assist in tender and proposal preparation, as required  Key Responsibilities & Accountabilities: - Ensure that the capital estimate portion of studies, are completed to the required standard and proposed timeframes. - Ensure studies, as assigned , are completed on time and within budget. - As requited undertake site visits to the project location and areas for project sourcing. - Identify local and foreign suppliers and vendors. - Identify applicable local laws and rules. - Co-ordinates the generation of specifications for enquiries on mechanical equipment from the Process Department’s equipment lists. - Co-ordinates the compilation of bills of quantities and the issue of tender documents to prospective suppliers. - Responsible for study report deliverable structure and content. - Liaison and communication with the client, as required. - Conduct infrastructure assessments and co-ordinates the costing thereof - includes tailing dams, power plants, accommodation, roads, water supply etc. - Appoint consultants in areas where specific expertise is required. - Responsible for risk management; co-ordinates risk analyses and HAZOP’s, as required - Co-ordinates compilation of capital cost estimate; reviews and validates operating cost, co-ordinates input to financial model. - Responsible for hand-over of a study to the Projects Department once awarded the execution phase of the project.
Requisition ID
2022-99774
Multi-Locations
No
Country
South Africa
City
Bryanston
Vacancy Type
Staff / Permanent
Wood is seeking enthusiastic and dedicated individuals to join our highly experienced and friendly ecology team to support in the delivery of some exciting and varied projects across the UK. These roles can be based in either Bristol, Reading, Leamington, Birmingham, Shrewsbury or Gosforth.   These full-time roles will provide an excellent step on the consultancy ladder for the perfect candidate who wishes to progress their career in ecology.   Why work for Wood? The Wood ecology team is comprised of around 70 specialists, providing high quality ecological services on complex projects in a variety of sectors including transport, renewables, nuclear, power, waste, minerals, and property.  Working at Wood offers unique opportunities to develop both personally and professionally, with a strong focus on work-life balance and support for all colleagues within a friendly, close-knit team. Early career ecologists are fully supported through line management, a mentoring and buddy system, with opportunities to join a variety of working groups within the business. This allows our ecologists to shape a flexible and tailored career path within the business, with support from colleagues with a wide range of technical and non-technical expertise.  - Competitive salary - Annual professional membership subscription - Funding to attend internal and external technical training courses to develop technical knowledge and skills - Company car or cash alternative - Competitive 25 days holiday with options to buy / sell up additional days leave - Flexible benefits scheme including health insurance, life assurance, flexible working, cycle to work scheme and contributory pension scheme - TOIL / overtime system   Key Responsibilities   You will work closely with other ecology team members and with colleagues in other technical disciplines to help deliver surveys to a high standard for clients. You will undertake a broad range of ecological survey work across our diverse project portfolio, with opportunities to act as lead surveyor and assist with technical report writing. The role will include: - Assisting with ecological surveys including protected species (bats, reptiles, badgers, great crested newts) and habitat surveys - Collating and reviewing ecological information for desk studies - Potential to assist with data management, the production of reports and mapping
Requisition ID
2022-99887
Multi-Locations
Yes
Country
United Kingdom
State/Province
Warwickshire
City
Leamington Spa
Vacancy Type
Staff / Permanent
Wood is seeking enthusiastic and dedicated individuals to join our highly experienced and friendly ecology team to support in the delivery of some exciting and varied projects across the UK. These roles can be based in either Shrewsbury or Knutsford.   This is a fixed term role for 6 months initially.   Why work for Wood? The Wood ecology team is comprised of around 70 specialists, providing high quality ecological services on complex projects in a variety of sectors including transport, renewables, nuclear, power, waste, minerals, and property.    Working at Wood offers unique opportunities to develop both personally and professionally, with a strong focus on work-life balance and support for all colleagues within a friendly, close-knit team. Early career ecologists are fully supported through line management, a mentoring and buddy system, with opportunities to join a variety of working groups within the business. This allows our ecologists to shape a flexible and tailored career path within the business, with support from colleagues with a wide range of technical and non-technical expertise.  - Competitive salary - Annual professional membership subscription - Funding to attend internal and external technical training courses to develop technical knowledge and skills - Company car or cash alternative - Competitive 25 days holiday with options to buy / sell up additional days leave - Flexible benefits scheme including health insurance, life assurance, flexible working, cycle to work scheme and contributory pension scheme - TOIL / overtime system   Key Responsibilities   You will work closely with other ecology team members and with colleagues in other technical disciplines to help deliver surveys to a high standard for clients. You will undertake a broad range of ecological survey work across our diverse project portfolio, with opportunities to act as lead surveyor and assist with technical report writing. The role will include: - Assisting with ecological surveys including protected species (bats, reptiles, badgers, great crested newts) and habitat surveys - Collating and reviewing ecological information for desk studies - Potential to assist with data management, the production of reports and mapping
Requisition ID
2022-99888
Multi-Locations
Yes
Country
United Kingdom
State/Province
Cheshire
City
Knutsford
Vacancy Type
Fixed Term
Overview:   Wood is a multidisciplinary environmental and engineering company and includes one of the UK’s largest planning and EIA practices.  We provide a range of planning and environmental assessment services to public and private sector clients and have a proven track record in securing consents for some of the largest and most complex major development projects in the UK.      We have an exciting opportunity for a Consultant/Senior Consultant to join our successful and growing Environment and Consents nationwide team.   This post represents a challenging and exciting opportunity to manage and deliver planning and environmental inputs to a range of projects for a wide client base.  This includes projects to be consented under the Planning Act 2008 in low carbon and hydrogen, energy generation and transmission, minerals, waste and transport.  Our projects are varied in nature and at the leading edge of professional practice, so this is a great opportunity to use your experience to develop your career and help guide and shape our continued growth.    We’re looking for individuals who are passionate about delivering effective planning and environmental advice and positively influencing the performance of major infrastructure projects.  We can be flexible on location for the right candidate and could consider a base in any of the following locations: Glasgow, Bristol, Shrewsbury, London, Manchester, Newcastle (hybrid working is available).   Key Responsibilities  The role will involve:   - Working as part of multidisciplinary teams to deliver inputs across all project lifecycles from early strategy development, through feasibility/optioneering to detailed design and assessment - Interface with the wider project stakeholders including the client’s engineering team, consultation leads, lawyers etc - Authoring supporting documents for pre-application discussions, planning applications and EIA deliverables - Representing Wood and its clients to key stakeholders, local authorities, regulators and industry as required - Providing clients with the appropriate technical and consenting advice for their projects
Requisition ID
2022-99914
Multi-Locations
Yes
Country
United Kingdom
State/Province
Lanarkshire
City
Glasgow
Vacancy Type
Staff / Permanent
What if you could create solutions to deliver on the UN Sustainable Development Goals and help our clients towards a future of more responsible consumption?  You could join our talented team of waste management and circular economy professionals working in different projects across the world unlocking sustainability solutions and making a practical difference for our clients.   Creating a better tomorrow Do you have a keen interest in waste management, circular economy and sustainability and an enthusiasm for developing solutions to complex and challenging problems? Are you looking for the ideal opportunity to take your career in environmental consultancy to the next level? If so, we are recruiting for a high-calibre Consultant to join our Sustainability Advisory team at Wood with a particular focus on waste management and recycling.   Join our quest to unlock solutions to the world's most critical challenges Wood has a long established and evolving business delivering environmental consultancy and advice to clients within the UK and worldwide. This role will sit within our Advisory Services team, which focuses on sustainability projects, working in partnership with our clients to deliver the UN Sustainable Development Goals.  Our work covers a broad range of services incorporating environmental policy, climate action, circular economy, waste management and decarbonisation, supporting Wood’s purpose to unlock solutions to deliver a net-zero future and enable a more sustainable, resilient and liveable world.   Your typical working week with us A typical working week for this role will consist of delivering solutions for our clients in the field of waste management, circular economy, responsible consumption and sustainability, whilst furthering your knowledge and professional development.  You will be involved in a range of projects that could include:  - Leading and providing support to clients across a wide range of waste management themes, including municipal waste collection and treatment - Analysing the effectiveness and efficiency of waste management services to identify improvements and savings for clients - Development of business cases to support the improved delivery of waste management services, whether that be through changes to collection methods or service management models - Supporting procurement exercises, including assessing contract extension proposals, developing tender specifications and evaluating bidder submissions  Join #TeamWood, you belong here   You will join an enthusiastic and supportive team and will experience a challenging and fulfilling working environment. There are significant opportunities for ongoing and structured career development within the field of waste management and across Wood’s wider environmental consultancy business.
Requisition ID
2022-99919
Multi-Locations
Yes
Country
United Kingdom
City
London
Vacancy Type
Staff / Permanent

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