Electrical & Instrumentation Manager

March 12, 2024

The client are looking to recruit an experienced Electrical & Instrumentation (E&I) Manager to join our team based in Pembrokeshire. 

Here we specialize in complex project management work in the oil and gas industry, with expertise in fabrication, construction, and installation. The company operates as a fabricator, construction contractor, or installer throughout the UK and Europe. We are proud of our track record of delivering quality projects on time, to budget and with an unbeaten safety record. 


What your new job will involve: 

Ensuring that electrical, instrument and control schemes operate within the framework of national and company standards. Responsible for the design within safety, quality and environmental standards. Conducting audits. Complying with all HSE requirements including safety policies and procedures.

You will involved in projects from the concept and detail of the design, through to implementation, testing and handover. You may also work on maintenance programmes.

It’s likely you’ll work in multidisciplinary project teams, which can include engineers from other specialist areas as well as marketing and sales staff, manufacturers, technicians and customer service personnel.

Your responsibilities will be: 

Overall responsibility for the safe execution of project and site/construction implementation
Manage the construction implementation in full compliance with Safety, Cost and Schedule, QA & QC etc.
Manage the Pre-Construction Planning, Procurement and Execution strategy
Managing the manpower and resources planning and mobilisation allocation
Driving a Construction & Commissioning project strategy
Managing the Procurement, Tender Evaluation and Selection of sub-contractors and follow through the implementation, forecasting and contract closeout
Manage the QA Procedure and QC Compliance in implementation
Managing and tracking of procurement, especially long lead items as well as bulk materials procurement and timely delivery
Ensure the full implementation of Safety Procedures and Requirement

Ensure construction organisation is adequate, that staff at all levels understand their role and responsibilities and that effective delegation takes place.

Assist with and co-ordinate the project design and constructability.

Prepare technical and financial proposals with the Proposal Manager.

Work with field staff to resolve technical and constructability issues.

Prepare and administrate multiple subcontracts.

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Project Specifics

The position will be based onsite, starting ASAP through until end of 2024, with the potential to transfer.

This role will report into the Project Manager. 

Working Hours: Initially 44 hours per week Monday to Friday, with the potential to increase hours to suit the project requirements. 

Rate of Pay: Depending on experience, this will be discussed with each applicant, typically within the range of £55-60k with staff benefits.

At this time we are not able to pay any relocation fees. Preferably the candidate will be based in South Wales. 

Must be eligible to work in the U.K and subject to acceptance/ approval of the DBS Security Clearance (Disclosure & Barring Service Check). 

Contact Name
Daniel Hanafin
Employment Type
AM Recruitment
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Company size
50-100 employees
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