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Project Engineer

R-040518
  1. Oslo
  1. Consulting & advisory, Transportation

Project Engineer

Atkins, a member of the SNC-Lavalin, is one of the world’s leading multi-disciplinary consultancy firms offering unparalleled opportunities for talented individuals in search of a rewarding career.

Objectives

  • Supporting Project Managers and Engineering Managers to successfully deliver our projects
  • Facilitate the effective integration and co-ordination of our multi-disciplinary across Norway, Denmark, Sweden, the UK and our Global Design Centre in India
  • Utilise the latest BIM, CAD, GIS and EDMS systems across functions and geographies
  • Engage with our internal professional networks across Atkins and SNC-Lavalin to draw upon lessons learnt and ensure we utilise all of our existing capabilities
  • Undertake quality reviews of deliverables in line with company requirements
  • Contribute to recruitment activities as we grow a self-sustaining delivery team in Norway
  • Support to senior staff in co-ordination of tenders and projects for clients

Requirements

  • Relevant education from College or University to Masters level
  • Approximately 2-5 years experience, ideally within railway, metro or tram projects
  • A good working knowledge of CAD / BIM / GIS / EDMS systems and tools to support project delivery – ideally across disciplines based in multiple offices
  • A high level of familiarity with Norwegian technical standards, specifications, guidelines and ideally some knowledge of the specific requirements of railway, metro or tram projects
  • Demonstrable evidence of contributing to and supporting tenders
  • A highly collaborative individual with great communication skills and a willingness to work across geographically and organisationally separate delivery teams
  • Performance driven and customer focussed
  • A desire to drive the industry into the digital future

Responsibilities

  • Support the delivery of a wide range of infrastructure projects with support from teams based across Norway, Sweden, Denmark, the UK and India
  • Contribute to the management and leadership of multi-disciplinary project tenders
  • Preparation of reports such as project delivery plans, feasibility studies, method statements, specifications and approval documents
  • Focus upon technical best practice, knowledge sharing, and process optimisation
  • Win work through maximising additional / repeat / follow-on work from clients
  • Drive innovation and continuous improvement in all aspects of our business
  • Compliance to corporate governance and management systems

The Individual

  • A hard working and flexible individual, who is reliable, proactive and innovative
  • Able to demonstrate good management qualities
  • A self starter with a high expectation of performance for themselves and other members of the team, coupled with a drive for continuous improvement
  • Able to keep calm under pressure within demanding project environments
  • Collaborative, customer focused and an excellent team player
  • Excellent interpersonal, organisational and communication skills
  • Able to adapt to different cultures and working environments to build rapport with clients and delivery teams
  • Available to travel across Scandinavia and the UK if required (potential for short term overseas assignments also – typically to India)
  • Ideal candidate should be fluent in Norwegian language.
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