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Graduate Programme - Mechanical Engineering 2020
As a Graduate Mechanical Engineer in J Murphy & Sons, you will be tasked with working on all aspects of mechanical engineering on oil, gas, power and marine projects. Your graduate programme will consist of three key areas:
* Site placements around the UK in JMS Energy business unit on construction projects with mechanical engineering requirements.
* Office based mechanical engineering design within our Murphy Applied Engineering team
* JMS Specialist Businesses (Pipeline Testing Services/Specialist Welding Services/Steel Fabrication)
* Learn from experts in these areas to perform assignments designed to develop professional work knowledge covering a range of mechanical engineering disciplines.
* Be mentored by our experienced engineers to develop the technical, commercial, interpersonal and management competencies for professional accreditation (IEng or CEng).
* Deliver construction projects providing site based engineering support (including new build projects and repair/maintenance to existing assets).
* Attending internal and external design reviews and where applicable, progress meetings.
* Apply industry standards and best practices in day to day mechanical engineering activities.
* Plan, schedule and coordinate mechanical engineering work, monitoring work in progress to ensure compliance to industry legislative and regulatory requirements and company standards.
* Assist with the preparation of technical and non-technical reports.
* Liaise with internal and external stakeholders at an appropriate level to ensure the mechanical engineering solutions are communicated effectively.
* Undertaking outline and detail design, both individually (under supervision) and as part of a wider team, providing outline and detailed engineering from inception to completion of schemes, utilising individual knowledge, site installation techniques and construction personnel.
* Assist with producing site plans, general arrangements and calculations, using approved engineering techniques, procedures and criteria.
* Develop understanding of industry codes of practice.
* Work alongside design managers to ensure designs are value engineered and adhere to client specifications.
* Ensure the mechanical design takes account of buildability and health and safety requirements.
* Develop knowledge of relevant software.
* Follow the company quality management system.
* Develop your technical knowledge to have sufficient awareness to recognise when technical problems are becoming apparent and be able to initiate corrective actions.
* Identify innovation and generate solutions to our engineering problems.
As a Construction and Civil Engineering company we have projects, big and small, based all over the UK. From Glasgow to Gosport we want you to experience as much as possible when you join our graduate programme, there are a whole host of skills and competencies we want you to experience and for that we need you to be fully flexible on location. As part of our graduate programme, we will be rotating you every 8months around our projects so that you can maximise your learning experience and exposure to your field of study.
How will I learn?
In short, by grabbing every chance you get. Alongside working on some fascinating, challenging and occasionally jaw-dropping projects, you’ll also be part of our Murphy Learning programme, where everyone has ownership of their own training. You decide what skills you want to gain, with support and guidance from your manager. We call it the 70:20:10 principle, and it goes like this:
70% learning on the job, challenging yourself with new projects and responsibilities
20% learning through others, training and networking with senior managers, colleagues and industry leaders
10% structured learning, choosing training courses that fit your needs and your team’s aims
MEng in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent
Due to the nature of the work and size of our sites we require you to have a full clean UK driving license.