A Senior Process Engineer is sought to join and support the Arup Belfast Water team which is part of the Arup North sub-region. We have an opportunity for an individual to join our team and take a leading role in the delivery of technical design for our water sector clients with a primary focus on Northern Ireland Water.
Arup are framework technical consultants for Northern Ireland Water, Welsh Water, Severn Trent, United Utilities and Yorkshire Water. We have global reach in the water business providing technical support to internal and external clients around the world.
The successful candidate will also have the opportunity to support advisory services such as strategic planning, regulatory advice, asset optimisation, advising on delivery of efficient capital programmes and developing/applying transformational digital solutions.
The successful applicant will connect into the process engineering teams including those based in Leeds and Cardiff which are centres of expertise in Arup, supporting local clients and offices throughout the UK and globally.
Though the role is primarily focussed on drinking water, Arup are involved in a wide range of water related projects providing opportunity for diversity and broadening of knowledge and experience and this is encouraged.
Reporting to the Belfast Water Team Leader, you will be part of a multidisciplinary water group covering civil, structural, MEICA and process skills. The team operates within the North Infrastructure team which includes Belfast, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Newcastle offices and works closely with other UK and Ireland offices.
You will support the growth of our water business in executing projects with internal and external clients in the UK, but also globally as part of the wider Arup Water business. You will be required to adopt the lead process engineer role in the execution of: process audits, investigations, feasibility studies, outline and detailed design of drinking water treatment works and associated systems.
You will be responsible for developing client briefs into executable projects, and to deliver costed proposals. Presenting ideas and concepts to clients, demonstrating technical ability and competence are essential skills for the role. Taking an active role in client meetings, facilitate and taking part in HAZOP studies and presenting project outputs and proposals to clients are also key parts of the role.
Although the role is technical, an awareness of operating under NEC3 and NEC4 Professional Services Contracts and Engineering and Construction Contracts would be desirable.
Project tasks will include being responsible for planning work activities and resource requirements and ensuring technical quality is maintained through management of the review process and production.
A key part of the role will be to develop client relationships and to deliver treatability and other projects with Northern Ireland Water and to be a local coordinator and point of contact.
To achieve in this role, you will have…
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Rewards and Benefits
We offer a competitive salary at all levels, and one of the best benefits packages in our sector.
Core benefits include cover under the UK Healthcare Plan (private medical insurance), Life Assurance, Accident Insurance, and Income Protection (long term disability) cover. Core benefits are funded by us and made available to all permanent staff in order to support and safeguard your financial, physical, and mental wellbeing. You will also have access to Choice Benefits to help with your work/life balance and financial security.
In addition, all permanent employees are eligible for the Global Profit Share scheme. Subject to scheme rules employees can receive two Profit Share payments per year, which are dependent on the firm’s financial performance.
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