Coastal Estates Engineer - West Kirby to Siloth and the Isle of Man
£35,993 - £42,345 (dependent on experience) + Vehicle
Our purpose is simple, to save lives at sea. Since the 19th century, our crews have been risking their lives to save those who are in danger of drowning. We’re looking for a Coastal Estates Engineer to join our Engineering and Supply Team.
To be considered as the Coastal Estates Engineer, you will need extensive practical experience of managing buildings and construction/ maintenance works at a professional level, ideally in a maritime environment.
To be considered as the Coastal Estates Engineer, you will need extensive practical experience of managing buildings, maintenance and construction works at a professional level, ideally in a maritime environment.
Educated to Degree level and/or proven building construction/civil engineering background, you will possess commercial and financial acumen, excellent IT and communication skills and the ability to work effectively at both strategic and operational levels. This will be matched with a highly motivated, organised approach, a thorough understanding of current maintenance procedures and an embedded attitude towards Health and Safety practices and regulations.
This vacancy covers West Kirby on the Wirral to Siloth near the Scottish border and including the Isle of Man.
So, as a Coastal Estates Engineer you will thrive in an environment where you are managing and delivering multiple concurrent projects over diverse geographical and technical areas, using skill and sound judgement to provide practical solutions to engineering problems safely and efficiently.
The role of Coastal Estates Engineer plays an integral part in supporting our lifesaving service through the safe, efficient and effective management of this unique and diverse infrastructure. You will have significant responsibility for an operational portfolio including the requirement to accurately assess condition, specify and procure planned and emergency works, and monitor contractor performance against safety, quality and cost criteria.
Some of the benefits
- Flexible working
- 26 days’ annual leave plus Bank Holidays
- Outstanding pension scheme (contributions of up to 16% of basic salary)
- Life assurance
- Health and dental cash plan
The RNLI provides a 24-hour lifeboat service from 238 stations and a seasonal lifeguard service on 240 beaches around the coast of the UK and ROI. The built facilities and structures upon which these essential services depend are often in challenging and exposed locations, requiring a continuous programme of inspection, maintenance, installation and development.
If you want to help support our organisation’s aim to reduce drowning, this could be the role for you. Please apply via the button shown.
Closing date: 9 May 2021.
Interview date: w/c 17 May 2021.