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Assistant Safety Case Engineer

  • Job reference: EN-002835
  • Sector: Nuclear, Power
  • Location: Sheffield
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Job Title: Assistant Safety Case Engineer

We are seeking a Assistant Safety Case Engineer who thrives on making a strong personal contribution and who is enthusiastic to help make the organisation a little better every day. You will want to deliver – for the client, for the business and for yourself.

We are growing our capability to meet demand and are looking for an individual who is keen to play an effective role in the design of complex new schemes and integrity of existing infrastructure. In addition to this, you will be expected to develop into a role delivering innovative consultancy advice to core clients, critical to the success of the nuclear sector.

Working within our Nuclear business in Sheffield, you will be in a unique position of being able to support our team offering full concept through to detail design capability across some fantastic, inspirational projects. From our office we are involved in developing innovative, practical solutions for our clients across the UK and further afield. By joining the vibrant Nuclear Business, you will have the opportunity to work across the whole nuclear market from Decommissioning to Generation Assets to New Build.

The role will entail providing safety case advice during the design, operation and decommissioning of nuclear facilities and for the production of all nuclear safety documentation as part of the Site Licence Conditions. Typical documents you will be expected to produce will include the following:
Radiological Hazard Assessments;
EC production (Cat 1 and Cat 2)
Safety Case preparation (e.g. EC, PMP, PSR, PCSR, etc);
Support to Engineering Substantiation studies;
Safety management studies.
Nuclear technology technical reports.
Fault studies
AGR and PWR and BWR Station procedures and manuals.
Design Authority technical reports
Other key aspects of the role will include mentoring others in a technical capacity, assisting in the production of bids and proposals, and implementing and contributing to safety initiatives. You will also liaise with operators, designers and clients, building a strong relationship with them.

The Person:
You will enjoy approaching things in different ways to find the best possible fit – you like making improvements and consider different approaches, trying to find the best approach to fit whatever is the current context. As soon as you’re presented with a problem, you are focused on how to resolve it, whatever it might be.

You don’t just tackle these things alone. You like to engage with others, and especially enjoy watching people develop and grow in the team. You enjoy explaining complex ideas, helping people to ‘get it’, and then watch them go on and achieve more.

Building and developing relationships is a key part of this role. You enjoy getting to know people, and working out how you can have a positive impact on them – whether that’s delivering something that a client needs, or helping someone to progress within the organisation.

In addition to having excellent communication, presentation and problem-solving skills you will also be able to demonstrate the following:
Honours Degree (or equivalent) in physics or a closely related discipline (2:1 minimum).
Chartered Engineer/Chartered Physicist or in advanced stages of working towards chartership.
Technical practitioner able to demonstrate good engineering judgement and with extensive experience in using fundamental engineering skills.
Proven record of delivering technically challenging projects.
Strong background in safety case production and hazard analysis
Able to produce and review/correct high quality technical reports.
Motivated and driven to meet delivery/cost targets without compromising quality.
Awareness of their own technical limitations and using the help and support of others to deliver.
Sound commercial acumen.

This role may require security clearance and offers of employment will be dependent on obtaining the relevant level of clearance. If this is necessary it will be discussed with you at interview.

If applying to this role please do not make reference to (in conversation) or include in your application or CV, details of any current or previously held security clearance

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