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NGMS Manufacturing Engineer (Associate)

  • Torfaen
  • Contract
  • £21.08 - £26.08 per annum

Job Description

Responsible to the NGMS Lead Plant & Equipment Engineer for the management & organisation of the site manufacturing plant and equipment investment for the NGMS Project requirements, including the development, maintenance and delivery of legally compliant business cases pertaining to site plant and equipment. Including but not limited to the preparation and control/issue of technical requirements specifications, scopes of work, evaluation of tender returns and contract placements for outsourced works. Generation and evaluation of work packet related Risk Assessments, Method Statements, Permits to Work, Contractor Competency Assessment and Work Control, Competency skill matrix maintenance and personnel development, COSHH Hazard & Risk Assessments.

The Maintenance, improvement and replacement of site plant and equipment through the engagement of in-house teams and third party contractors, inclusive of investment case preparations, justifications, contract placement, execution action planning and physical works execution.

The role has direct impact on the success of the site: –

– Manufacturing operations and schedule adherence.

– Ensure operational capability.

– Long term reliability of supporting plant and equipment for the site.

– Compliance to national and international standards and legislation.


Minimum HNC / HND in Mechanical/Manufacturing Engineering or equivalent.

Good background in process engineering and process optimisation with knowledge of Lean and Six Sigma tools and techniques.

A good understanding of project/risk management and the ability to use associated tools and techniques.

Significant experience in carrying out Risk Assessments of manufacturing processes and equipment.

Proven track record of leading and/or managing process development projects.


Membership of Professional Engineering Institution.

Experience an demonstrated knowledge in manufacturing in a high hazard environment.

Experience of high hazard environments; familiar with HAZOP (Hazard And Operability Study), COMAH, DSEAR (Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations), PUWER, SIL (Safety Integrity Levels), MSER and other regulations and standards.

IOSH Managing Safety / NEBOSH Certificate.

Experience of Contactor Management.

Familiarity with the Life Cycle Management (LCM) process.

AAP3 is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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