Mechanical Compliance Engineer - #976375
As a Mechanical Compliance Engineer, you'll play a critical
role in ensuring the safety and reliability of mechanical installations within
client's vast manufacturing facility. Your work will contribute to the safety
and security of the facility, helping to protect both employees and assets in
the event of an emergency. With your technical knowledge and communication
skills, you'll be reporting to the Compliance Manager to ensure that all
mechanical installations meet regulatory requirements.
To ensure statutory compliance to all relevant
British and European Standards, regulations, legislation, Codes of Practice,
etc., as well as client standards and specifications, which surround mechanical
Co-ordinate and control those activities
associated with the mechanical systems to ensure production facilities for
designated sites are maintained to their optimum availability and reliability
within the current Health & Safety, Environmental and statutory
legislation, thus enabling the company to utilise the production facilities to
their full potential.
To develop, implement and maintain adequate
maintenance schedules and to monitor the work of employees and sub-contractors
that carry out these maintenance activities to ensure that output, quality,
costs, and customer service satisfaction targets & standards are achieved.
Oversee and audit mechanical work within
commercial and industrial buildings, including small project works, upgrades,
minor works, repairs, and fault finding, always ensuring compliance with the
appropriate legislation and that the appropriate materials are used.
To liaise with other staff and sub-contractors
as necessary to ensure the timely completion of works within agreed operational
Assist with larger multi-disciplinary projects
from concept to completion, involving site surveys, meeting with contractors
and client, requesting work to be quoted, reviewing and auditing completed
Facilitate client insurance inspections and
ensure the correct procedures are adhered to.
Supervise all required nominated person PPMs,
compile associated reports, and generate action plans to close out any remedial
Develop, implement, and maintain Standard
Operating Procedures to ensure client compliance with relevant statutory
Participate in reviewing technical projects /
modification documents / O&M Manuals and raise concerns as appropriate.
Review and update relevant sections within the
client risk register.
Experience & Skills:
Level 4 qualification in a relevant engineering
NEBOSH National General Certificate in
Occupational Health & Safety.
Experienced and skilled with mechanical steam
Proficient in the use of CAFM Systems.
Understands the principles of engineering
compliance and knowledge of HASAW, PSSR, LOLER, PUWER and CoSHH.
In-depth knowledge of mechanical systems,
regulations, and safety standards.
Excellent communication skills, both written
Strong attention to detail and the ability to
follow safety protocols.
Excellent problem-solving skills and the
ability to work independently.
Ability to work effectively within a team and
collaborate with other departments.
Strong attention to detail to identify and
document mechanical faults accurately.
Clean UK Driving Licence.
Training and certification opportunities.
Career advancement potential.
A supportive and safety-focused work
Company phone and tablet device.
Company social events.