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Civil Engineer

  • Location: Capenhurst, Cheshire, England
  • Salary: Competitive
  • Job Type:Permanent

Posted about 1 month ago

  • Sector: Nuclear
  • Contact: Kayleigh Bentham
  • Contact Email: kbentham@nrl.co.uk
  • Contact Phone: 01942 323277
  • Start Date: To be agreed
  • Expiry Date: 22 July 2021
  • Job Ref: 1036462
NRL are recruiting for a Civil Engineer. Our client is a subsidiary of a major global player in the nuclear industry, specialising in radioactive waste management and decommissioning services on a nuclear licensed site. 

About the role
  • This role shall help ensure that both decommissioning projects and any new plant introduced to site meet their regulatory obligations. This shall be achieved via the means of the role holder being appointed a Design Authority Intelligent Customer (DAIC)
The role holder shall support the delivery of projects by: -
  • Ensuring that the correct standards are adhered to.
  • Producing high quality documentation such as specifications.
  • Undertaking activities such as requirements capture, optioneering, design reviews and management of construction/installation and commissioning.
  • Working with the supply chain to ensure the best outcome.
  • The role holder shall be required to provide technical guidance to other parts of the business with their area of expertise.
  • There is also an expectation that this role shall directly contribute to the continuous improvement of business processes related to Engineering, support the Engineering Manager as required, conduct new business activities and assist in the development of junior engineers.
What you will need 
  • Relevant experience in the nuclear industry is preferred but not required, and candidates with experience obtained in other heavy and regulated industries are welcome.
  • You must be able to obtain the required security clearances.
  • Candidates who hold Incorporated or Chartered Engineer status are preferred, although eligibility and having an action plan in place to achieve one of these would be acceptable.