Closing Date: Wednesday 15 February 2023
Interview Date: Thursday 16 March 2023
King and Moffatt Building Services and The School of Engineering and the Built Environment at Birmingham City University (BCU) are looking to appoint a Data Analytics Engineer Knowledge Transfer Partnership Associate to work on on a 24-month project.
King and Moffatt Building Services is an award-winning Mechanical & Electrical Contractors (www.kingmoffatt.com). Recently, the company is planning to apply the latest digital technology to transform the business, and improve productivity and performance.
The graduate known as the Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) Associate role presents a unique and exciting opportunity to work in collaboration with leading academics at BCU to apply knowledge and technical innovation, delivered on site at the company. The KTP Associate should have a minimum 2.1 University qualification, and graduated within the last five years and hold at least an undergraduate degree in a relevant subject area.
This position forms part of the Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) programme co-funding by a grant through Innovate UK. It is essential you understand how KTP works with business and the University, and the vital role you will play if you successfully secure this position. KTPs offer a wide range of benefits including access to a £4,000 Personal Development budget to upskill during the project. For more information on KTP please go to https://bcuadvantage.co.uk/innovate/ktp/
When invited for interview, candidates should be prepared to explicitly and effectively explain how their skill-set and goals meet with the requirements described for the position.
Location and Reporting
This Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) Associate position will be based at Courtyard One, Coleshill Manor, Birmingham, B46 1DL (or 2 Venture Court, Broadlands, Wolverhampton, WV10 6TB). The Associate will lead on the technical development of the project, supported by academics from BCU’s Faculty of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment.
The 24 month project is expected to start within May 2023.
Goal and Objectives
The goal of the successful candidate is to develop a web-based innovative project analytics tool, called DATA-KAM (Data Analytics Tool for King and Moffatt) to building data analytics to improve estimating, and supervision of progress. The KTP will transform the management of operations, improving productivity, performance, margins, and increasing growth through winning more contracts.
Key objectives include:
The skills developed in this project will support K&M to monitor progress on site using data analytics and visualisation. The recruited data analytics engineer is expected to develop their discipline-specific knowledge of information management for building services works. This role is a steppingstone for an enthusiastic candidate to develop a leading role in information management for K&M.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
You should have a good first degree and post-graduate degree in computing, software engineering, or computer science, or a related discipline, excellent programming skills, and great communication skills and experience of successfully working as part of a team. We expect the post holder to have the following technical knowledge and personal skills:
Located in a modern £300m city centre campus in the heart of Birmingham, the School of Engineering and the Built Environment at Birmingham City University is a thriving, vibrant, and inspiring learning community committed to excellence in research, high quality teaching and impactful industrial engagement.
King & Moffatt is a growing M&E Contractors who have been in business for over 40 years, operating throughout Ireland, the United Kingdom and Mainland Europe, with an annual turnover in the region of €120 million. K&M aims to provide clients with a complete electrical and mechanical service, from design stage to the installation and the ongoing maintenance of their facilities. The company has expertise to aid clients in reducing their energy consumption, carbon footprint and overall operating costs.
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|Salary:||£32,000 to £34,000 per annum|
|Placed On:||16th January 2023|
|Closes:||15th February 2023|
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