J P Kenny is one of the world's largest pipeline, subsea engineering and management contractors, with 30 years’ experience and based in a global network of 10 offices on 4 continents. We employ approximately 1,300 professionals (mostly Engineers) and our services are used by some of the world’s foremost businesses. We are working on some of the largest, most innovative, subsea oil & gas projects in the world.
Currently one of the major projects we are working on is the BP Shah Deniz phase 2 project (located in Azerbaijan) as part of an integrated team with BP. This is a massive project currently employing ~140 (JPK) & ~90 (BP) Engineers in the London office and still expanding. It is a long term stable project with first gas planned for the end of 2017 and work planned far beyond.
The position which is for an experienced Lead Subsea Structural Engineer will be located in our head office in Staines, London which is 5 miles from Heathrow airport and within easy reach of the M25 and rail network. A lot of the team commutes weekly to Staines from around the UK, so there is a good supply of temporary accommodation in the local area
The Subsea Structural Engineer will be working within an active project team and would be required to take a senior role within the existing Structures Team on a range of the following scopes:
The candidate should preferably by a chartered structural or civil engineer and have a minimum of 10 years experience in the design, fabrication, installation and testing of subsea manifolds, PLET’s, FTA’s, foundations & anchor systems with previous experience in as many of the following as possible:
Please click the apply button, and upload your CV and including a letter explaining why you wish to join J P Kenny and how you will add value to the Company.
Your application must state clearly whether you already have the right to work in the UK.
Your CV will be reviewed and if appropriate circulated to Project Managers or Senior Managers who will review it further. They may then ask for more information, request an interview or return as unsuitable.
This process can take up to three weeks so do not expect a response sooner. If nothing is heard within four weeks it generally means that your application is not currently of interest.
However we will make efforts to reply to every application even if it is to say no.
Please note that your CV will be put onto our database and if a suitable vacancy arises in the future, we will be in contact.
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