Jacobs Principle E, C&I Engineer in Stockton On Tees, United Kingdom
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About the opportunity:
The BEP Joint Venture project will safely design and deliver a Plant and the works in accordance with the requirements of the contract to enable conditioning of wastes from the various donor plants, carried out in line with the Employer’s needs and to the satisfaction of stakeholders in the Box Encapsulation Project (BEP).
This role will be based at Phoenix House in Stockton and involves:
Supporting the CE&I Discipline Lead Engineer in adopting a pragmatic approach to the CE&I engineering design and the standardisation of designs across the plant.
Providing advice and guidance to the CE&I Area Lead Engineers on compliance with relevant legal requirements, Sellafield Ltd standards, European and British Standards, non-European standards and project procedures.
Coordinating the production of common CE&I Technical Specifications across all areas and to liaise with the Sellafield Ltd CE&I Intelligent Customer (IC) to ensure the CE&I design aligns with the projects ‘Fit for Purpose’ design philosophy and the IC’s expectations.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Here’s What You’ll Need
Hold a minimum H
ND or equivalent (Essential)
Degree Qualified, Chartered Engineer (Preferable)
Have 15yrs (preferable) demonstrable experience in delivering nuclear EC&I design in a similar role/environment, with recent relevant exposure to work in the nuclear industry
A self-starter with good communication, analytical and team working skills.
Demonstrable experience in the leadership and direction of others to deliver EC&I designs.
Experience of being an EC&I technical lead
Familiar with EC&I deliverables
Delivery of approved written work, i.e. technical specifications and reports
Familiar with a pragmatic approach to the application of applicable standards and practices.
Experience in interrogating design in the context of assuring its fitness for purpose with respect to design process, rigour and functionality.
Experience of working with a client organisation to ensure a collaborative approach to design assurance.
Ability to chair and control meetings.
The ability to obtain BPSS is essential for this role.
Experience in the use of Microsoft Office, MS Teams, SharePoint
Experience in the use of AVEVA and CAESAR (advantage)
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