Assystem Energy & Infrastructure Whitehaven, Royaume-Uni
août 17, 2019Freelance
Assystem Energy & Infrastructure are recruiting for an EC&I Engineer to provide a design service to our site in Albion Square, Whitehaven. This role will involve developing quick turnaround, pragmatic CE&I design solutions in response to problem definitions from the OU System Engineering community. Role Details: Job title: EC&I Engineer Hourly rate: Competitive Location: Albion Square, Whitehaven Hours: 37 hours + per week Duration: until 31/03/2020 What we are looking for in applications: Degree in relevant engineering discipline with at least 2 years design delivery experience OR other qualification such as BTEC, HNC, HND, with 5-8 years design delivery experience. A key aspect of this role is the ability to quickly self-deliver pragmatic CE&I design solutions from a brief problem statement with minimal supervision Competent and proven CE&I design engineer, capable of producing designs, schemes, drawings, supporting calculations and documents. Understanding of the roles and application of the CDM regulations, including production of designer’s risk assessments. Previous experience producing design packages, suitable for manufacture and installation, containing drawings, method statements, risk assessments etc. Familiarity and experience of working and complying with applicable SL Practices, standards, and engineering guides. Familiarity with safety case principles and capable of providing design substantiation for equipment with designated nuclear safety functions to demonstrate that design solutions can meet the required safety function placed on it to the appropriate level. Eager to find out more? For an informal, confidential conversation about this role or to discuss other opportunities at Assystem within the Energy & Nuclear market please get in touch with Kilian Underhill directly. **Security clearance is required** Whilst we encourage applications from all nationalities, Assystem within the UK are subject to security and export control restrictions due to the nature of work to be undertaken. These restrictions mean that factors including your nationality, any previous nationalities you have held, and/or your place of birth may limit those roles that you can perform for the organisation.